Pirate Adventure Island

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Pirate Adventure Island


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Everyone who is looking for a building set We've come up with information. Pirate Adventure Island manufactured by Playmobil is a super fun building set. The manufacturer's number for this item is 5134. It's dimensions are 11.02"H x 27.56"L x 21.65"W. It has a weight of 8.16 lbs. To get the same low price I ran across, visit our partners via the link.

Avast ye, matey; there's hidden treasure in this Playmobil Pirate Adventure Island. Find the 5 magic coins and use them to unlock a secret cave exactly where the treasure lies hidden. The island also has hidden stairs and falling rocks. 7 x 11 inches Weight: 8 lbs When upon a time in 1876, there was a locksmith named Andreas Brandstatter. Sound and light effects activate when the cave is opened. There's even a colorful poster for your little buccaneers to put on their wall. Playmobil was introduced at the 1974 International Toy Fair in Nuremberg and by utilizing an innovative marketing strategy, parents and youngsters responded uniformly with fascination and enthusiasm, to Playmobil. Set contains 210 pieces, which includes 3 figures, exotic creatures, rowboat, operating cannon, and several other accessories. 6 x 21. From that point on, the company expanded quickly with goods in toys. The Playmobil Pirate Adventure Island features:An exciting pretend pirate adventure to find hidden treasure An island full of danger and adventure that you build and explore Find 5 magic coins and use them to unlock the secret cave Open the cave to activate sound and light effects Contains 210 pieces, including 3 figures, exotic creatures, rowboat, working cannon and numerous other accessories Dimensions: 27. Mr. Brandstatter created the first prototype Playmobil pretend play item, a closed racing vehicle manufactured in a single production step. Mr. Brandstatter planted a magical seed that would eventually blossom into Playmobil by founding an eponymous lock and metal fitting company in Furth, Germany. At the beginning of the 1950s, Horst Brandstatter, the Playmobil's current owner, came on board and started a new era in the company history. He updated Playmobil pretend play products, searched out new markets and focused production on his favorite material, plastic. But beware of danger!


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