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Diecast International Construction Playset

Availability: In stock

Price : £29.99
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These play sets are very popular from many years among kids. They have lots of items that give the child hours upon ours of fun. Just add imaginations and they are off playing. The sets contain diecast and metal parts and suitable for three years and over.

 

Features:

  • Gift Box
  • Length - 58cm, Height - 45cm, Width - 5cm
  • Age 3+
  • Around 50 Parts
  • Barnd New
  • 1:87 Scale

Additional Information

Manufacturer No
is it Gun? No

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FAQs: Safety Standard for Children's Toys

The following FAQs are in addition to the FAQs about toy safety available here.

What are the effective dates for the toy safety standard?

Children's toys manufactured after June 12, 2012 must comply with all mandatory sections of the recently revised ASTM F963-11. Therefore, if you are a manufacturer or importer of toys, you must test your children's toys for compliance with the toy safety standard and the required testing must be conducted by a CPSC-accepted laboratory. See footnotes 1,2,3

Third party testing is required for the specific sections of the toy safety standard outlined in the "notice of requirements" and only for those toys designed or intended primarily for children 12 years of age and younger.4 There are other sections of the toy safety standard that do not require third party testing. Nevertheless, for those sections of the toy standard, the manufacturer still must: (i) ensure that the toy is compliant with those sections, and also (ii) certify compliance with those sections.


Is the requirement to test and certify children's toys retroactive?

No. The requirement to test and certify all covered toys to ASTM F963-11 only applies to those toys manufactured on or after June 12, 2012. Toys manufactured between January 1, 2012 through June 12, 2012 must have been tested and certified to ASTM F963-08.