Frequently asked questions

Questions about our toys? The answers are here!

Safety

At Quut, we realize that the safety of your children is of the utmost importance. We want to assure every parent that all Quut products comply with rigorous safety standards. Our toys meet our own stringent in-house standards and fulfill or exceed international safety requirements. Quut toys are subjected to various testing procedures and norms worldwide:

  • Europe, South-America, Middle-East & Israel: EN71
  • USA & South-America: ASTM F963
  • South-America: CE
  • Australia/ New Zealand: AS/NZS ISO8124
  • Canada: SOR-2011-17
  • Japan: FSL (this applies to Quut products, but not Quutopia)
  • Russia: EAC
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No, at Quut we do not use bisphenol A in our toys. Our toys are mainly made from polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP).

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EN71 is a European standard specifying requirements and test methods for the mechanical/physical properties of toys as well as chemical tests, such as migration tests. With the implementation of the new EU directive, migration testing will comprise 17 metals instead of the eight considered until now.

This European standard applies to children’s toys as any article or material which is fully or partially designed or intended for use in play by children up to the age of 14 is considered as a toy. All Quut toys have passed this test with flying colors.

As Quut toys are being sold worldwide, our toys have to comply with more than just the EU norms. So we subject our toys to several international safety standards:

  • Europe, South-America, Middle-East & Israel: EN71
  • USA & South-America: ASTM F963
  • South-America: CE
  • Australia/ New Zealand: AS/NZS ISO8124
  • Canada: SOR-2011-17
  • Japan: FSL (this applies to Quut products, but not Quutopia)
  • Russia: EAC
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All toys must be CE marked to show consumers that they meet certain safety, health and environmental requirements. These requirements are common to all members of the EU. The CE mark is the manufacturer’s declaration that the toy meets statutory requirements.

The CE mark is common to all members of the European Economic Area and must be affixed to selected product groups, i.a. toys, electrical appliances and personal protective equipment.

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