Monzana Puzzle Play Mat - Heat Insulating Floor Mat (86pcs) £22.95 Delivered @ deubaxxl

Monzana Puzzle Play Mat - Heat Insulating Floor Mat (86pcs) £22.95 Delivered @ deubaxxl

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Expires on 09/07/2020Posted 9th Jun
Fun play mat for the kids, and a decent price considering 86pc set.


Turn your childs room into a large play area with this floor alphabet & number puzzle mat! The non-toxic EVA foam mat features 36 colorful 12 ?? x 12 ?? foam tiles, including 26 pop-out letters and 10 pop-out numbers. The versatile tiles interlock, allowing flat or three-dimensional building fun .

The multicolored play mats are made from especially durable EVA foam , which is cushioning and heat-insulating - and protects your child from the cold ground.

The puzzle mat consists of 86 single parts. The "C" for example consists of 2 parts. The actual "C" and the frame of the mat.

Product advantages:

- Brand quality
- Interlocking single mats with pop-out letters and numbers
- Versatile use as an indoor play area, cushioning or floor protector
- Suitable for garden or patio
- Durable, easy to clean surface
- Made from soft EVA foam
- Heat-insulating (protects from the cold ground)
- Easy assembly / disassembly
- Encourages creativity and imagination
- Lets your children learn numbers and letters through play
- Keeps kids safe and prevents injuries by cushioning them from falls

Technical data:

- Material: EVA foam (Ethyl-Vinylacetate-Foam)
- Dimensions per tile (LxW): 32cm x 32cm
- Color: Multicoloured
- Model: DBPM36
- You can get information about the audit scope and the audit depth in the certificate database of the Tà¼V Sà¼d (German Association for Technical Inspection) under the certificate number Z2 15 11 77845 015

Scope of delivery:

- 1 x Puzzle mat set 86-pieces
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Good price and just what I was looking for to deck the patio out. Heat!
Not as big as it looks
Have anyone tried these are they any good? Is this website trustworthy?
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