Ravensburger Review

banner-ravensburgerThere is less than a week before our Mid-Year Sale finishes for another year. Just a reminder that we have 25% off Sylvanian Families, Schleich, Melissa & Doug, Playmobil, Ravensburger and Siku! It’s unlikely that you will see a sale this big from us before Christmas so make the most of it.

We hope you have enjoyed learning more about a few of the brands that feature in our Mid-Year Sale. The elves have certainly been surprised by some of the facts that were uncovered. We hope this week is no different as we shine the spotlight on Ravensburger.

Ravensburger is an internationally renowned brand that makes puzzles, games, arts and craft, science activity kits and photo puzzles. The company was founded in 1883 by bookseller Otto Maier in a town named Ravensburg; in Germany. Ravensburger’s first publications included guides and instruction manuals for the building and craft trades. In 1884, the first game appeared under the title “Voyage round the World“ – carefully handcrafted, beautifully finished and modelled on Jules Verne’s bestseller ”Around the World in 80 Days“. This was quickly followed by learning and children’s games, card games, strategy games, books and children’s art and craft kits.

Ravensburger Games is the leading producer of puzzles and handicraft products in Europe and is the market leader of games in Germany. The company makes over half of its sales outside Europe.
Ravensburger products are made for families everywhere. Since inception, the brand has abided by their guiding principle to deliver “only the best”.  Every product that Ravensburger creates and sells is made with enjoyment, education and “togetherness” in mind. Ravensburger is one of few companies with its own production facility in Europe. In fact, 85% of all Ravensburger products are made at two production sites one at Ravensburg, and the other at Poliçka (Czech Republic).

The high-quality products that Ravensburger produce are split up into age groups. This feature makes it easy for parents to select items that suit their children’s current skill levels. This is reflected in Ravensburger’s puzzles where the number and size of each puzzle piece change with the recommended age of play.

Ravensburger-halfRavensburger have always been proud of their puzzles. Each puzzle piece is made with such precision that it fits perfectly with its surrounding pieces. Unlike other puzzles, there are no gaps between any pieces (thanks to Ravensburger’s soft click technology), and when the puzzle is completed, it looks like a piece artwork.

Ravensburger’s products have loads of educational benefits. It is not hard to believe that their products are loved by so many – including the elves here at Entropy. The elves hope this blog has provided you with more information about Ravensburger and their products. The mid-year catalogue sale ends on the 31st of July; if you would like to buy your child, or yourself, a puzzle we recommend you do so now!