Tomtect190 is a revolutionary building set designed to ignite the creativity and engineering genius within every child. This dynamic construction kit allows young architects to unleash their imaginations, design incredible structures, and embark on endless building adventures.
Why we love it:
STEM Learning: Beyond the joy of building, the TomTect 190 set encourages STEM learning as children develop essential skills in spatial reasoning, problem-solving, and fine motor coordination.
Let your child's imagination run wild with Tomtect190! Whether constructing towering skyscrapers, futuristic space stations, or imaginative fantasy worlds, this remarkable building set provides hours of engrossing entertainment while nurturing essential developmental skills. Join the ranks of creative architects and engineers today - unleash the building adventure with Tomtect190!
Suitable for 5 years+
Free shipping on orders over $80 (excluding bulky items).
We are a small family run business. We like to get your order out to you as soon as possible.
NSW & ACT
Regular - 1-2 Days
Express - 1 Day
QLD & VIC
Regular - 3 Days
Express - 2 Days
NT, WA, TAS & SA
Regular - 4-7 Days
Express: 2 Days
Shipping prices are as follows:
|Free Local Pick-Up - Newcastle Only||FREE|
|Flat Rate Shipping - orders <$60||$14.95|
|Orders over $100||FREE|
|Express (Up to 10kg)||$19.95|
|Express (10kg to 20kg)||$39.95|
|Express 20kg+ & International||Price on request|
Custom handmade items can not be exchanged or refunded with change of mind or wrong sizing.
All other products can be returned within 30 days of the original purchase of the product if they are found to be faulty or damaged. A new product may be returned and exchanged for another product, returned for a refund or returned for a credit note.
To be eligible for a return, please make sure that:
Your request for a return is made within 30 days of purchasing the productYou provide proof of purchaseThe damage or fault did not occur due to misuse of the product or service in any way that contributed to the problem