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Weerol is the Toy that Grows with Your Child

by Hazel Chua
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Raising kids these days is expensive. Aside from the basics, like food and clothing, there’s also the “extra” expenses like toys. Based on what you’ve probably heard from you friends, kids outgrow toys almost as fast as they outgrow their clothes. So how about a ‘toy’ of sorts that grows with your child? Something like the Weerol.

WeerolThe Weerol is a modern, re-configurable, customizable, natural, active toy platform that you can disassemble and put back together into something your child would need (or be able to use), according to his or her age.

Weerol

Constructed from renewable birch laminate and BPA free thermoplastic rubber treads, the Weerol has been designed to convert easily between different configurations while still remaining safe and sturdy.

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It’s available in three lively prints, and also comes in a plain version, in case you want to customize, decorate, or paint over it yourself.

Weerol is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $79(USD) will get you one of your very own Weerol kit.

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