Swivel Bug - Teal/Blue

Regular price$ 15.00

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Twist, turn and click the magnets in place with our Wooden Magnetic Swivel Bug from Tegu!

Little hands will love this early lesson in tension as they turn the wings and flip them around. The internal magnet makes a satisfying "click" once they wing snap back into their rightful place. 

Crafted from magnets, sustainably-sourced wood and a sturdy internal elastic cord.

All toys from Tegu are made from sustainably sourced FSC-certified hardwood, designed in the USA and ethically made in Honduras. 

  • SIZE : 4.5 inches in diameter
  • MATERIALS : FSC-certified Honduran hardwood, magnets, elastic cord. Finished with non-toxic, child-safe lacquer.
  • ORIGIN : Honduras
  • FSC CERTIFIED : Made with Forest Steward Council certified wood

Special shipping information about this product:

  • Ships from our warehouse in New York within 2-3 business days. Estimated delivery times for your shipping address will be calculated at checkout.
  • Free shipping on orders over $99 shipping within the contiguous 48 USA or to Armed Forces addresses. Order sub-total must be $99 or more after discounts or Play Points have been applied.
  • See our Shipping Policy for more details.

We want you to be entirely delighted with your purchase from Bella Luna Toys! If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason, you may return it within 30 days for a full refund (less promotional discounts and shipping charges). Read More: RETURN POLICY

About Tegu

Founded by brothers Chris and Will Haughey, Tegu produces beautiful, high quality wooden magnetic blocks that are innovative and aesthetic. The company is deeply committed to positively impacting the families of workers in Tegucigalpa, Honduras that make their products by offering employees a true living wage, maintaining exceptional working conditions, and giving back to local schools. Tegu also supports sustainable forestry and are working to actively replant trees to help Honduras regain forest cover lost from the past decades.

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