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BRIO is best known for their wooden toy trains, sold in Europe since 1958. Most are non-motorized and suitable for younger children. The cars connect with magnets and are easy to manipulate; in recent years, the range has been extended with battery powered, remote control, and ‘intelligent track’-driven engines.

BRIO licenses Thomas the Tank Engine wooden trains in some parts of Europe, but Mattel holds the Thomas license in the United States. Many competitors, such as Whittle Shortline, make products that are compatible with BRIO. The high quality woods used and the Swedish manufacture make BRIO toys more expensive than many other brands.

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BRIO is best known for their wooden toy trains, sold in Europe since 1958. Most are non-motorized and suitable for younger children. The cars connect with magnets and are easy to manipulate; in recent years, the range has been extended with battery powered, remote control, and ‘intelligent track’-driven engines.

BRIO licenses Thomas the Tank Engine wooden trains in some parts of Europe, but Mattel holds the Thomas license in the United States. Many competitors, such as Whittle Shortline, make products that are compatible with BRIO. The high quality woods used and the Swedish manufacture make BRIO toys more expensive than many other brands.

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    Brio Magnetic Stacking Truck

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    The Brio Magnetic Stacking Truck is a fun pedagogic stacking truck can be built and rebuilt over and over. The magnetic blocks make the pieces stick and stay together, which can be very helpful for young builders. Specifications Pack width (mm) 140 Pack height (mm) 140 Pack depth (mm) 140 Pieces 4 Depth (mm) 82 Height (mm) 73 Width (mm) 130 Battery needed no CE yes Grüner Punkt yes Magnet yes