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The Playmobil airplane sets inspire your child’s imagination for fun and adventure above the clouds. Playmobil has several models and accessories available. In your selection is, among other things, but also the age of your child of importance.
What else you should pay attention to, you will learn in our checklist. Then we recommend you take a look at the product recommendations where we have compiled the best Playmobil airplane sets for you.
- When comparing different Playmobil airplanes, check if they are really suitable for your child. The age information of the manufacturer is crucial. You can find it among other things on the front, commonly printed small in a corner.
- Examples:”4+” means that kids 4 years and older can play with the plane; “4-10” means that Playmobil recommends the model for kids between 4 and 10 years old.
- Most of Playmobil’s airplanes are intended for children ages 4 and up; some models are only considered for ages 5 or even 6.
- The Playmobil 1-2-3 series, which includes playsets for toddlers ages 1.5 and up, also includes several airplanes. In these models, the individual parts are larger and more rounded, which minimizes the risk of swallowing and choking. The aircraft in the 1-2-3 series are also age-appropriate in terms of motor skills.
- Playmobil has many different airplanes on offer.
- In addition, Playmobil offers specific models, which are also completely geared to differentiated areas or occupational groups.
- The Playmobil airplanes are rich in detail and versatile playable built. Often, for example, the aircraft roof can be removed and the interior can be converted.
- The size of the aircraft is also an important purchase criterion.
- If the Playmobil airplane is to be used on the road from time to time, it must be transportable. So choose a model that is as small as possible with few large individual parts. The latter reduces the risk of something getting lost.
- If your child only wants to play with his new Playmobil air plane at home or at another fixed location, you can of course choose any model.
- Usually, the airplane already comes with some accessories – that is, several passengers or some cargo.
- However, you can expand the Playmobil air plane with various complementary items. Especially popular and appropriate is the large airport with tower, after all, the planes have to take off and arrive somewhere. Also available as accessories are, for example, aircraft tractors with air traffic controllers and other figures.
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FAQ About Playmobil Airplane Sets
If you want to buy Playmobil sets, you should calculate between 20 and 160 euros, depending on the size of the set. Playmobil accessories you get for 10 to 20 euros.
Many Playmobil products can be used from one year. There are also sets that are recommended from 4 to 10 years.
The first Playmobil figures came on the market in 1974.
On average, a figure is 7.5 cm tall.
Playmobil is a toy manufacturer that produces figures and play sets.
Hans Beck is the inventor of Playmobil.
The hometown of the Playmobil figure is Zirndorf near Nuremberg.
The Brandstätter Group owns Playmobil.
Playmobil is made of ABS and is manufactured with injection molding machines.
There are many places where you can store your Playmobil figures and sets. The easiest option is to store your figures directly in the product’s packaging, but they can also be stored in toy boxes, crates or chests without any problems.
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