(PRWEB) December 18, 2012
An Oregonian garage-based entrepreneur has decided to buck the trend of modern plastic computer-oriented toys and has developed a new toy, Slotto; something similar to (but more fun than) the Lincoln Logs of their grandparents, kids flip for them and child development experts are cheering it on. The toy first took shape in the inventor’s backyard shed just a couple years ago and now thousands are being sold through Bed, Bath and Beyond, J.C Penney’s and other retailers.
Slotto doesn't need batteries or a computer and children will never get tired of playing with Slotto like the plastic toys that end up broken and in the trash after a few months. A nationally known conservative talk show host said that Slotto is like the Lincoln Logs or Tinker Toys of today.
Think of Slotto as these two well known, successful products, on steroids. Slotto combines the best features of both and is better, stronger and more versatile. Slotto is a fun, educational toy that helps children develop their creative imagination and manual dexterity. Slotto is the only wooden toy with interlocking pieces that can be used to create anything that can be imagined. Other toys, wood or plastic, limit a child's ability to create different structures and most do not look natural. For under $30, Slotto is an inexpensive investment in the development of a child.
Even adults like to play with Slotto, in fact, one of the first sets Robert sold was to an older man. Robert asked him if he bought it for his grandchildren and the man sheepishly admitted he bought it for himself. Think of Slotto as a 3D Puzzle with the final picture coming from the mind.
The 266 interlocking wood pieces can be combined in various ways to build whatever a child imagines, At the official Slotto Website are pictures of things that have been constructed with Slotto. This thought provoking, innovative, wood toy is available at the official website, and as mentioned previously, the nearest Bed Bath & Beyond or online from J. C. Penny, International shipping is available at J. C. Penny.