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About Papafoxtrot

Papafoxtrot's handcrafted wooden boats made their debut in August 2011, and are so well designed that they look more like accent pieces than toys. Painted in modern, cheerful colors, they have easy-to-assemble parts that will keep kids captivated for hours. The company models their boats after three real seafaring marvels: the Emma Maersk, the TI Asia, and the Arctic Princess. The Emma Maersk is the longest container ship in the world (400 meters!), and carries more than 11,000 containers from China to Europe every seven weeks. The TI Asia carries more than 3 million barrels of oil, and the Arctic Princess travels with enough liquefied natural gas to power 45,000 homes for a year. Clearly, Papafoxtrot isn't playing around when it comes to making unsinkable ships.

Past Sales Featuring Papafoxtrot & more

Sale Ended March 08, 2013

Steals on Wheels: Ride-On Cars & More

Talk about a sweet ride! The cars here let kids cruise the sidewalks in style (little ones can even take the wheel of a mini Audi or fire truck!). Toy cars, planes, and trains also transport tots into a world of imaginative play.

Sale Ended December 05, 2012

Best Gifts Under $50

Do you have big gift dreams, but a small gift budget? Don't fear: These options, all under $50, are excellent presents for a range of people and occasions.

Sale Ended January 28, 2013

Playforever & Playsam Toys

This unique line of toy cars and planes is meant to entertain kids of all ages. Featuring elegant design and a retro feel, these sleek modes of transportation are perfect for the young and the young at heart. We can only sell these items at full-price, but we love the products and wanted to offer them to our customers.

Sale Ended March 02, 2013

Cuddly Easter Toys

Your little one's Easter basket won't be complete without a stuffed animal, so we rounded up a snuggly selection of our favorites. Bunnies are just the beginning — bears, monkeys, and even Elmo are up for grabs. Watching kids cuddling up to these creatures = priceless.