Say Goodbye To Toy Clutter This Holiday Season With New Toy From ReadySetz

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Say goodbye to toy clutter with this 3D photorealistic playset. No assembly required, folds away in seconds, and powered by imagination.

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"My kids LOVE this! They opened it this morning, set it up themselves, and created a Pokémon/octonauts/dinosaur/dump truck scene which was attacked by a Godzilla-like kangaroo. Lots of laughter and creativity. Thanks, ReadySetz!" Meg, Parent.

Parents– your prayers have been answered with a recently released ingenious new toy that offers countless hours of imaginative, open-ended play, but easily folds away in seconds for storage or transport.

ReadySetz™, the creators of photorealistic 3D play scenes, recently released The Urban Playset just in time for the holidays when your living room will soon be full of discarded wrapping paper, crumpled bows, and mounds of bulky toys. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

With The Urban Playset, gone are the days of oversized toys taking up valuable real estate within your home. Kids enjoy a large play environment where the only limitation is their imagination, and parents enjoy effortlessly folding away toy for a clutter-free living space.

The Urban Playset requires no assembly meaning no complicated directions, no tiny pieces, and best of all, no headaches. Kids can take their set out of the box, open it, and start playing!

The playset weighs approximately 4lbs and can easily be carried to grandma’s house or taken on family trips and excursions. Each playset is individually printed and assembled in the United States for true American craftsmanship.

"My kids LOVE this! They opened it this morning, set it up themselves, and created a Pokémon/octonauts/dinosaur/dump truck scene which was attacked by a Godzilla-like kangaroo. Lots of laughter and creativity. Thanks, ReadySetz!" Meg, Parent.

Unfold the fun and visit https://readysetz.com! For ages 3 to infinity!

For media inquiries or to request product sample, contact: marketing(at)readysetz(dot)com.

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