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Baby Thunder Bumble by Hoptimist

Measurements H 9 cm / L 5 cm / D 5 cm

H 9 cm / L 5 cm / D 5 cm


Materials Plastic

Plastic

Baby Thunder Bumble: something to lift your mood come Christmas! This character from the Hoptimist collection is irresistible, from the mind of Hans Gustav Ehrenreich. Baby Thunder Bumble. A surefire way to lighten the holiday mood, this figurine resembles part Santa Claus's reindeer and part snowman; it's simply adorable! Baby Thunder Bumble is a small figurine of roughly 10 cm, made of glossy all white plastic. White is, along with red, one of the colours most associated with Christmas, snow, and winter festivities in general. The upper and lower part of the body are tied together by a cute spring that allows for the body of the figurine to bounce back and forth. The Baby Thunder Bumble head has the shape of an all white semi-circle, with black eyes and a nose featuring a small red plastic ball, as if to bring to mind the nose of your typical snowman. The lower part of the body, just under the spring, is a small semi-circle where two solid white plastic cylinders with two white discs are connected, which form the legs and feet. Baby Thunder Bumble has, connected to the head, two brown antlers, which show off their beloved Santa Claus's reindeer aspect. The all white version of Baby Thunder Bumble brings to mind a snowman, too. This piece is perfect for your kids' bedrooms, but can also be placed on the ground next to the Christmas tree, as if to help Santa Clause in placing his presents! The special features that this object holds come from the perfect mix between Santa Claus's reindeer and snowman: two holiday symbols that will restore your holiday spirit and desire to celebrate with loved ones!
If your order comes to over €200, shipping is free*. If your order is below €200 shipping costs €9. An extra delivery fee applies to bulky items based on what's in your basket and where it will be shipped. Estimated delivery times for your order will be visible before payment, and LOVEThESIGN will alert you of impending shipments. You can return articles once purchased by expressing this intention within 14 working days from the order's delivery. For any questions or special requests please contact Customer Care at customercare@lovethesign.com.
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MEASUREMENTS
Measurements H 9 cm / L 5 cm / D 5 cm
Materials Plastic
Product characteristics
Delivery and return info
If your order comes to over €200, shipping is free*. If your order is below €200 shipping costs €9. An extra delivery fee applies to bulky items based on what's in your basket and where it will be shipped. Estimated delivery times for your order will be visible before payment, and LOVEThESIGN will alert you of impending shipments. You can return articles once purchased by expressing this intention within 14 working days from the order's delivery. For any questions or special requests please contact Customer Care at customercare@lovethesign.com.
*Conditions may apply. For further information, please visit our FAQ section.
Gustav Ehrenreich
Gustav Ehrenreich

Hans Gustav Ehrenreich trained as a cabinetmaker. In 1950 he opened his own workshop Ehrenreichs Traekunst and in 1968 he designed his first famous spring figure - the Birdie, in 1969 followed by Bimble Bumble and in 1971 by Kvak - the Frog. The figures were a huge success in the 1970s. Since 2009, Lotte and Bo Steffenson have started production of the popular classic again. They were immediately a success.

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Hoptimist
Hoptimist

The Hoptimists do something quite special. They bring smiles to people's faces, joy and optimism. All they want is a smile, perhaps a slight tap to get the figure moving. The Hoptimist repays you by bouncing up and down, powered by surplus energy. Just as you knew it would – just as it does every time.

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Gustav Ehrenreich
DESIGNER
Gustav Ehrenreich

Hans Gustav Ehrenreich trained as a cabinetmaker. In 1950 he opened his own workshop Ehrenreichs Traekunst and in 1968 he designed his first famous spring figure - the Birdie, in 1969 followed by Bimble Bumble and in 1971 by Kvak - the Frog. The figures were a huge success in the 1970s. Since 2009, Lotte and Bo Steffenson have started production...

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Hoptimist
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Hoptimist

The Hoptimists do something quite special. They bring smiles to people's faces, joy and optimism. All they want is a smile, perhaps a slight tap to get the figure moving. The Hoptimist repays you by bouncing up and down, powered by surplus energy. Just as you knew it would – just as it does every time.

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We select the best design brands and work together with them. Why? In order to grant you 100% original products, with two times the certified quality, by both them and us.

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