Naef Ringli Ring
Naef Ringli Ring Wooden Baby Toy
Precision engineered from sustainably sourced European wood, the Ringli Ring from Naef is a perfect plastic-free baby teething toy. The main natural wooden ring features 4 small coloured rings attached to provide great visual and audio stimulation, allowing babies to explore grasping and chewing.
The premium manufacturing of Naef toys ensures a perfectly smooth and non-toxic surface that is perfectly safe for small hands and mouths to explore the senses. The Ringli Ring is the prime chance to help develop fine motor skills and grip, all in a small pocket sized toy that you can take everywhere with your baby.
Naef have finished the sustainable wood to be saliva resistant so this baby toy will be very durable and can stand the test of time.
- Quality sustainable wooden construction
- Helps ease baby teething problems
- Provides audio and visual stimulation
- Diameter 8cm
- Suitable for children from birth
Size: 8cm Diameter
Sensory Play: Improves clutching and grasping, cognitive development
With over 60 years of manufacturing experience, Naef is a family-run Swiss wooden toy manufacturer, recognised for their precision engineering, impeccable craftsmanship and high quality products. Created by Kurt Naef in the 1950's, Naef has pushed toy innovation with unique wooden designs often inspired by shapes, patterns and other popular design movements.
Their full range of wooden toys are manufactured using sustainable European wood, paints and varnishes. Each toy's components are meticulously sanded and tested to within one tenth of a millimetre of its specified tolerance, ensuring the upmost quality and durability. These products are built to last. The emphasis on precision with the Naef brand reflects in their products. Perfect surfaces and joins allow for full freedom and creativity during play - an engaging and enjoyable experience for people of all ages. All of their toys have a distinct aesthetic and are very decorative pieces that appeal to everyone.
As part of their work, Naef have developed strong ties with the charity 'Enfants du Monde' (Children of the World) who are a Swiss organisation, working on improving children's education and health care in less economically developed countries. They help to fund for child learning through education programs, teacher and health care staff training, as well as supporting locals with on-site medical care. Naef contribute to Enfants du Monde, donating 10% of all proceeds from baby products from their online store.