Kaiku Products are Beautifully Designed and Eco Friendly

Kaiku (Japanese for ‘to grow’), is a product line from the California based design studio of Scot and Amy Herbst. The collection is inspired by their “love of modern design and dedication to keeping kids active, healthy and hip.”

Kaiku products are designed to be timelessly beautiful with meticulous attention to detail. Cherish them for decades or pass them on, these products are meant to stand up to years of use.

Super Wagon Zen by Kaiku

We love that everything in the collection is made with health and eco consciousness in mind. All of their push/pull toys are constructed from formaldehyde free Baltic birch, steel and natural rubber. All their finishes are safe and non-toxic.

Good design is the hallmark of the whole collection. The Zen super wagon(pictured above) is made to be comfortable for both the child riding in it and the adult pulling it along. The ergonomic handle features a soft EVA foam grip and a patented QuicKlik magnetic handle catch. The air-filled tires make for a smooth ride. Weather and corrosion resistant hardware means the wagon should last for years.

StrollKart by Kaiku

The PushPull and StrollKart rolling toys both feature the same quality construction and good design. Their non-marking, soft-urethane wheels mean that kids can play to their heart’s content, without ruining the floor.

pushpull by Kaiku

The Herbst family uses Kaiku products themselves every day and the whole line meets or exceed applicable ASTM and CPSC requirements. Only water based solvents, paints and lacquers are used in order to guarantee that little ones aren’t exposed to anything dangerous while playing.

Kaiku products are a smart, responsible choice for good health, active living and a healthy environment. – Jen R, Staff Writer

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Jen R

Jen R should have been a spy; she would have been really great at it. Instead, she has found limitless happiness raising a future international man of mystery. She is a writer, a maker of suppers, a kisser of boo boos and a finder of lost things. She would always prefer to watch politics than sports and will never watch a soap opera...ever.

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