|Content: 318 parts
Made in Austria
Build your own Matador Harley and cruise through the countryside, hammer on your crane and load the lorry you constructed yourself, or just build according to your imagination! Nothing is as beneficial for a child’s healthy development as being able to play freely and animatedly. The Matador Explorer E200 with its 318 parts incl. tools and building manual inspire our children’s imagination and to think in three dimensions.
- Made from high-quality Austrian wood
- Compliant with CE and CPSC safety toys standards
- Included tools: hammer
- Template book: Building instructions with 71 building ideas
Box dimensions: 16 x 16 x 3 inches
- Box weight: 2.38 lbs
- Designed and manufactured in Europe (Austria)
- Encourages motor skills, creativity, planning, problem-solving, and critical thinking
Click here for downloadable PDF Instructions.
About Matador EXPLORER series:
MATADOR Explorer wood construction sets are unique worldwide in allowing children to develop and implement their imagination and ideas. Thanks to the wood’s singular accuracy of fit, these sets fulfill the requirement for both simple and complex models. Blocks drilled to precision, perfectly fitting linking pins, axles, and wheels – a variety of construction options that have fascinated young and old for generations. Using the Matador hammer, not only simple models such as airplanes, cars, figurines, but also more complicated and technically advanced and entire Matador landscapes can be built.
Thanks to the tried and tested expansion sets such as cogs and motors, MATADOR Explorer construction sets are sophisticated ‘toys’ with which children can learn to combine theory and practice throughout their development phase.
Six different main sets in various sizes (ranging from 99 to 902 parts) and smart extension sets offer endless construction possibilities.
Matador is made of untreated wood from copper beech trees, grown in Austria in environmentally sustainable forests. All Matador parts are made from non-toxic materials and comply with the standards, which specify safety requirements for toys.