Introducing Sprig Toys’ New Adventure Series, the
eco-friendly line of battery and paint free vehicles and characters
Batteries not included? - Batteries not required as
children are powering a new line of toy vehicles with lights and sounds
Made from Sprigwood™,
a child-safe, bio-composite material derived from recycled wood and
reclaimed plastic, the Sprig Adventure Series harnesses the natural
energy of push-and-pump-action play to power lights and other
electronics – all without batteries. Fun Adventure Guide characters
wearing LED-lit hats plug into durable, attractively designed vehicles
and engage preschoolers with audio that guides them through exciting
adventures as they play.
The rugged, kid-powered and totally green adventure
vehicles are the first products from Sprig Toys, Inc, a new,
environmentally responsible toy company created by award winning
The Sprig Adventure Series is built around The Discover
Rig – a sturdy, battery free vehicle with a removable push bar.
The Discover Rig is powered by preschoolers’ natural kinetic energy.
When a child rolls the toy forward, it triggers the generator that
powers both the vehicle lights and plug-in characters, taking the child
on a self-powered safari of the imagination.
Standing nearly a foot high and wide without the push bar, the Discover
Rig is the perfect size for indoor or outdoor adventures. Adventure
Guide Cap Faraday is included and tells a Secret Safari tale from the
driver’s seat. The Discover Rig is priced RRP at £49.99 and is
recommended for ages 3 and up.
A companion to Discover Rig is the Sidekick line of smaller, pump-action
powered vehicles, including the Rally Racer car and the Baja Scout dune
buggy. Instead of pushing these vehicles, the preschooler pumps them to
ignite the Adventure Guide headlamps. Each sidekick will retail for
around £19.99 and is sold with a different Adventure Guide. Two guides
can plug into the Sidekick seats, while the larger Discover Rig can hold
up to three guides.
Sprigtoys can be purchased through
Tesco Direct and
smyths of Ireland.