Redmond, WA (Vocus) November 2, 2010
Eitech, the leading German metal construction set company today announces the arrival of Teifoc Brick and Mortar Construction Sets, a new construction set that redefines consumer building systems in the American toy and hobby market of 2010.
This groundbreaking, innovative building system incorporates real, reusable miniature clay bricks and is 100% eco-friendly. Each set includes a trowel to help lay safe and soluble sand and corn-extract based mortar on brick, making the art of laying brick realistic and easy. Made for all ages.
Teifoc Brick and Mortar Construction Sets are now available in the US, and were shown first at NY Toy Fair 2010.
Most architects-in-training can build an average-size house in a few hours. Once the brick is layered, allow for overnight drying. Sets are available in schools, houses, castles and watermills, with hundreds of pieces in each set, builders can give each building design your own personal touch. Sets have between one and five building plans.
The best feature? It’s reusable. To build a new model, simply soak the model in water, dry the bricks, and start again. Because Teifoc uses an assortment of eco-friendly reusable pieces, you’ll be building and rebuilding for years!
Built on the success of Eitech’s Metal Construction Sets and created with education and learning in mind, these sets have been proven wonderful assets to expanding children’s creativity.
Teifoc product is manufactured and engineered in Germany. Teifoc is made exclusively by Eitech, the leading German metal construction kit building company.
Teifoc highlights include:
- Building kits designed to teach children the basics of brick and mortar building.
- Bricks are baked at high temperatures, just like bricks used on real houses.
- Mortar dissolves in water, so kids can build and rebuild.
- Multiple building plans allow for a variety of models.
- 100% eco-friendly
Teifoc Brick and Mortar Construction Sets will be available at most toy and merchandise retailers, select toy specialty shops or online at http://www.eitechamerica.com in November 2010.