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Sigikid | Organic Musical Dog Toy

  • $44.95
  • $38.00
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Product Description: 

The music box can be removed with a safety pin (so that little hands cannot open it themselves) in order to: 
 Machine wash it
 Use it as a cuddle toy
 Replace the music box with one of the other lullabies available
Each musical toy comes pre-assorted with one of five lullabies.
Why babies love it: It is soothing and comforting. The beautiful lullaby helps them fall asleep (even the fussiest ones).
Why parents love it: They love the unique esthetic of this classic toy. It is not battery operated. All features are hand stitched and the organic materials ensure that this toy will be handed down to the next generation. It is a multi purpose toy: when the music function is not needed any longer, the music box can be removed, to turn it into a very soft cuddle toy.
 Size: 11.8"
 Age: 0-3 Years
 Material: 100%-certified organically cultivated cotton. Wadding: lambswool.
 Care: Machine wash in cold cycle.

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Natural Love: Cuddly by Nature
For today’s parents ecological awareness and sustainability in toys are not just buzzwords, but important matters of their heart. After all, textiles are among the first things a newborn comes in contact with. Sigikid has long since paid tribute to this demand with the organic collection made of all natural materials. Their organic line brings a new and healthy take on the design of “green” children’s toys by using cotton cultivated in biologically controlled environments and pure organic materials that follow the highest safety standards in the world. Sigikid is proud to offer an encompassing line of carefully crafted natural and organic products for infants. Sigikid’s organic line presents pure and safe products that give peace of mind to parents and comfort to children.

Organic all the way
This means that organic cotton is cultivated free from pesticides, fertilizers or any other toxins that are potentially harmful.

Certification is the key
The key element is that a manufacturer can only label his products as organic in marketing and advertising materials, if the product has obtained proper certification. Sigikid’s organic line is certified by LGA and TUV, independent German labs for testing and product certifications. 

Green products
Sigikid’s organic line is manufactured in their own company in Romania. Their organic cotton is imported from Turkey and the pure lambswool comes from Australia. Even though organic materials are more readily available these days, organic toys tend to come at a higher price tag due to the more demanding production and certification process. It is also important to note that a product can rarely be labeled 100% organic in the strictest sense, due to toy safety regulations that can override the use of certain materials. 

Sustainability
Sigikid’s products are made to last. All of their products are machine washable in the delicate cycle, with the idea in mind that Sigikid toys are companions for generations to come. They want you to enjoy their products and that also means that they place a big focus on sustainable parts. They prefer a BPA-free plastic rattle to a wooden one inside a toy if it means that the life of the toy as a whole will be longer. They oppose disposing things after only a few uses or replacing it by a new toy if something wears out or gets dirty.
One of the most important aspects in the safety of children's products is the choice of materials used to make the products. All of Sigikid products must comply with international toy standards and are certified on a regular basis:  
  EN71, CE (incl. the REACH regulation) 
  ASTM and CPSIA   
  Öko-Tex  
  GOTS

Story: 

For more than 45 years, Sigikid is known for its baby toys, super soft plush animals and educational toys. sigikid is a family owned company whose roots go way back – Sigikid’s German parent company “H. Scharrer & Koch GmbH” was founded in 1856 in Bavaria, initially manufacturing glass beads for export. In 1910, Theo Köhler, the great-grandfather of sigikid’s current owner, took over, and slowly introduced toys made out of glass beads to the product line. When the next generation took over in 1968, the trademark Sigikid was born. The name is a combination of the founder’s first name “Sigi” (short for Sigrid) and “kid”.  Sigikid’s products are made to last. All are machine washable in the delicate cycle, with the idea in mind that sigikid toys are companions for generations to come. The company not only want you to enjoy their products but also they place a big focus on sustainable parts. They prefer a BPA-free plastic rattle to a wooden one inside a toy if it means that the life of the toy as a whole will be longer. We oppose disposing things after only a few uses or replacing it by a new toy if something wears out or gets dirty.