Loch Ness Toys - Timothy the Elephant

$34.95

My name is Timothy. This classic wooden elephant – one of the founding toys of the Loch Ness range – will keep your little ones entertained for hours.

Each product is made from FSC® Certified beech wood that has been hand sanded so that it’s smooth to the touch.

Please note: Wood has different hues so the shades may differ from shown. Each toy is unique with beautiful individual colours and differing wood grains.

Product eco, free of any harmful substances.

Fair Trade.

Age: 18 months +

Unit Product Size

15 x 5 x 9.5cm

Are Tools Required?

Nimble Kids products are either fully assembled or semi assembled straight out of the box.

Our semi assembled small pikler triangles come with a screw driver and the 6 screws required to complete the assembly.  

Lock your foldable large pikler triangles with supplied locks. Each product is easily handled by one person while in use and during shipping. 

Materials & Sustainability

100% Hoop Pine. 

Plywood
Sourced from sustainable and renewable plantations in Southeast Queensland. RW/PEFC Certified.

Fixings
All mechanical fixings and components are made from high quality steel. 

Polish product
Our finish is a plant-based hard wax oil wood finish that is 0% VOC. Its unique technology forms a molecular bond with the topmost fibres of the wood. Surfaces are easy to maintain, and isolated scratches or damaged areas are very easy to repair. 

Sustainability
Our supplier is Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC-C113479) Chain of Custody certified for its range of imported timbers from Scientific Certification Systems - one of the world’s leading FSC® certifiers.

Sustainability is also achieved through compliance with the provisions of the Forest Practices Code and the Tasmanian Forests Agreement (TFA).

Care & Maintenance

Environment
All products are intended for indoor use

General Cleaning

General cleaning should be performed on an as needed basis. Dry dusting or vacuuming is enough in most cases or if needed a clean, damp cloth will suffice.