Safety marks

Lion mark

The lion mark shows that a toy meets British safety standards and adheres to strict advertising and counterfeiting ethics.


Leap frog and fisher tank

CE mark

Manufacturer's self declaration that its product meets basic EU legal requirements.


Electrical toys. Tomas tank.

Kite mark

The kite mark confirms that the British Standards Institution has tested a product and found it meets a particular standard.


Train, blocks and plane

Age lable

It is used to show that the toy is unsuitable for children that are younger than three years old.


The hungry hypos game

Fire safety

Will not easily catch light from cigarettes or matches. Does not mean fireproof.


House cleaning toys, toy rings.