NYIGF Inside Scoop: Manny & Simon Animal Push Toys

August 21, 2012    |    By +
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We’re posting about the most unique, exciting and sure-to-be-popular gift ideas that we’re seeing while walking the New York International Gift Fair. It is one of the biggest events of its kind in the world and it’s right here in our own back yard. It’s also only open to media and buyers so read-on for our exclusive inside scoop. Check back daily to see all of our fab finds.

Gift Product Review.

GIFT NAME: Manny & Simon Animal Push Toys

WHAT IS IT? Non-toxic zero VOC recycled wood residual push toy for baby and toddlers.

WHY DO I LOVE IT? All of Manny and Simon products are made in the USA and are eco- friendly. There are 14 different animals to choose from such as elephant, monkey, snail and much more. What I mostly love about these push toys is the classic wooden design that is safe for baby to play with.

WHEN CAN WE BUY IT? Manny and Simon push toys are available now; also check out their vehicle push toy collection that is super adorable.

WHAT IS THE RETAIL PRICE? Manny and Simon animal push toys retail for about $32

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See our favorites from previous NYGIFs on the blog.

 



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