Wooden Trains comply with high safety standards, are appropriate for children of various ages, have high quality construction, and are fun for children and parents.
BRIO Wooden Trains – Quality since 1884
The reputation of the BRIO name is well founded, and since 1884 they have set the highest quality bar, towards which all other wooden train manufacturers strive. In this vein, they warranty against all manufacturing defects for as long as you own the toy, which, we know from experience can be a very, very long time.
With BRIO woodentrains and toys you will be buying a lifetime of joy that will grow with your child, and will be durable enough to be played with by their children. We are the stuff family tradition is made of.
BRIO Wooden Train Child Safety Standards
Your child’s safety is your first priority. BRIO products because they regulate and adhere to the most stringent international toy manufacturing standards (ASTM-963 and CPSC Directives), and then go a step beyond these in their private testing facilities. In a world rampant with low manufacturing standards we are proud of BRIO’s safe global performance standards, and are confident in their oversight policies (certified ISO 14001 EMS).
Toxin Free Toy Wooden Trains
For additional safety and durability, BRIO products are made exclusively from clear-grained, kiln dried, insecticide and toxin free, Beechwood and Birch. Parents can rest assured of the tough, natural and sliver-free finish of every BRIO piece. And, since we’ve all seen children put a thing or two in their mouths, it is especially comforting to know that BRIO never uses stick on decals. They instead use up to sixty hard-dried layers of strictly non-toxic paint for the gloss and endurance of every vibrant color.
As your child grows, their skill levels change and expand, and every parent is excited to respond and adapt to the changing needs of their child. BRIO is there with you every step of the way. BRIO toy wooden trains challenge your child’s interests and abilities, allowing them to creatively progress from early motor skills, to crisp co-ordination and tracking, to building, construction and imaginative interactive play.