Radosza Rings, a series of 3D logic games designed for children, is looking for a distributor to launch the product across the UK.
The product features two rings crossing each other in one point perpendicularly, with one of the rings containing sliding tiles featuring various letters, digits or images.
There are three types of Rings (nursery, counting and writing) and all of them help develop and improve thinking, memory, concentration, dexterity and fine motor skills aimed at children.
The toy has enjoyed success in Hungary and Slovakia and next in its sights is the UK market.
“The fact is that every single country should be very excited about this invention, since it will revolutionise the teaching of writing, reading and calculating,” Zoltan Hojsza, UK and Ireland agent for Radosza Rings explained to ToyNews.
“30,000 units have been sold during six active sales months in Hungary and Slovakia, because even without any strong marketing campaign, it makes perfect sense for schools to have them.”
Having been recommended by Hungary’s Secretary of State for Public Education, Dr Rosza Hoffman (picutred top left), Hojsza believes the Rings are a perfect fit for schools, educational focused toy stores and even some of the more mainstream retailers.
“[I’ve had] some seriously positive feedback on these rings from teachers and nursery teachers. We are looking to work with distributors that have an established sales network, nonprofit organisations or potential support from a higher level government or educational ministry,” continued Hojsza.
“Alongside educational-focused independents, we are looing to make them available eventually at larger retailers such as Toys R Us, Smyths and Argos.”