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Asobi brings Quercetti marble runs to the UK

Each run features interlocking chutes, bridges, pillars, and spinning wheels.
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Asobi has signed a distribution deal to bring Quercetti marble runs to the UK.

There are eight different marble run sets in the Quercetti collection, and once children have assembled the marble run pictured on the box, they can then also create their own unique designs.

Each run features interlocking chutes, bridges, pillars, and spinning wheels, all of which can be combined in countless configurations.

“I am excited to launch the Quercetti marble runs in the UK," said Thierry Bourret, managing director of Asobi Toys.

"These wonderful toys have been hugely successful across the world and it is no surprise why. Not only do children have the enjoyment of building endless structures, they then have hours of play time too.

"I am sure that Quercetti marble runs will be an instant hit in the UK, like they have been across the world.”

Quercetti's marble runs promote creativity and logical reasoning and all pieces in these kits are made with high-quality materials that are unbreakable and durable.

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