If you want bed time to be an adventure filled with wonderful dreams of the medieval age where dragons, icy seas and stories of wonder set the senses for a silent night in a land beyond the day time then look no further. Go into battle with our fun and playful Pillowfight Warriors® King’s Sword bringing out your inner medieval Warrior as you challenge your friends and family. Only the bravest and spirited of all can handle the play fight as your King’s Sword collides with our super soft play Pillowfight Warriors® shields.
Perfect for indoor or outdoor fun and are designed with historical accuracy to take you back to the Medieval Age. Let your imagination run wild as you sail your galley far and wide, invading your brother or sisters’ bedroom to raid and fill your hoard with treasures from far lands. Play and explore with our super soft play medieval themed Pillowfight Warriors® Weapons and Shields.
- Size*: H50 x W15cm
- Weight*: 95g
- Sales Unit: 1 piece
- EAN: 0705632133545
- Tarif No: 9503008190
- Certification: EN71 | UKCA | ASTM-F963 | AUS/NZ 8124 | REACH | CPSIA
- Origin: China
- Material: Polyester
- Labelling: Hang tag
- Packaging: Individually in poly bag
- Recommended for 3+/ tested from birth
*weights and measures are approximate
What the Experts Think
These are the views of the independent Good Toy Guide experts on the play value of our cushions:
“The soft play Pillowfight Warriors® Weapons and Shields are perfect for imaginative play and designed with historical accuracy to take you back to the Medieval Age.
This really encourages children to immerse themselves in role-play and is great for their creativity and storytelling skills. Our testers had so much fun playing with these and even the adults joined in!
The soft material prevents anyone from getting hurt if they do get hit which is a bonus. The label provides a picture of a figure with different points, with minus points for the head and groin area, which we thought is a great idea as it helps the children to understand boundaries and the sensible places to hit.
Play fighting with the different swords and shields also encouraged sharing as the children swapped over so everybody got a turn, which is ideal for helping their social and emotional development.”