Little Wiwa® DORA YAKI GENERÖS PLAY MAT

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Little Wiwa® DORA YAKI GENERÖS PLAY MAT dives into Japandi aesthetics with an exclusive collection that boasts Japan’s beloved icon.

Every Little Wiwa® Play Mat is a premium eco-friendly luxury, sourced and created from 100% sustainable and biodegradable non-toxic TPU foam. Most importantly, it is non-toxic; free from PVC, BPA, and toxic chemicals (plasticisers, phthalates, cadmium, lead and many more relating to the use of additives in toxic plastic) to provide a product that is safe for babies, adults, and the environment.

Designed and tailored with the entire family in mind, the thick shock-absorbent cushioning provides a safety guard and comfort for tummy time support of our little adventurers even as they learn to crawl, walk and play – all without an intrusion to the aesthetics of your existing home décor.

While Little Wiwa® Play Mats are minimalist in style, there isn’t anything minimalist on the positive impact they bring to the environment! Our choice to move away from toxic plastics by utilizing a safe alternative with minimal carbon footprint will benefit the earth we leave behind for the following generations to come.

The Doraemon Collection in Generös size comes in 3 different designs; Dora Yaki, Dora Gure & Dora Sora.

 

  • Dimensions: 200cm L x 140cm W x 15mm thick
  • Non-toxic
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Flexible
  • Waterproof
  • Shock absorbent
  • Multifunctional – it transforms to suit your needs – from a nappy-change station for bubs, it can also double as a lounging or exercise mat for adults.
  • Biodegradable
  • Easy to maintain and clean with a daily wipe.
  • Does not off-gas volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Free from PVC, BPA, toxic chemicals (VOCs, plasticisers, phthalates, cadmium, lead and many more relating to the use of additives in toxic plastic)
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