The Winkel rattle and teether, by Manhattan Toy, is an award winning classic, a true “must have” for parents and infants. Its maze of soft, continuous tubes and its stunning colors instantly capture and hold baby’s attention. The mesmerizing loop design and lightweight construction make it very easy for little hands to grab, hold and rattle – a perfect clutching toy to engage baby’s gross motor skills. The center cube features a quiet rattle so baby can explore sound and cause and effect. The soft, pliable loops are BPA-free for teething or gumming babies. Winkel can also be refrigerated to provide a more soothing experience for particularly sore baby gums and teeth. Winkel’s patented design and developmental features have made it a baby favorite, parent “go to” for over 25 years.
For over 30 years, Manhattan Toy has been making award-winning, high quality, visually appealing toys for babies, toddlers and kids. Our Winkel rattles and teethers have long been recognized for their unique developmental features and continue to receive accolades after 25 years of play. The Winkel's most recent honors include the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award and the Special Needs Adaptable Product Award in 2013. All of our products, from the newest concepts to our time-tested classics, are innovatively designed to inspire imaginative play and delight our customers.
Once upon a time, back when “text” was still a noun, and not every toy had batteries, there was a little toy company that set out to become the best toy company ever. Not because it endeavored to make a more loveable teddy bear or a truck that turns into a wristwatch, but because it endeavors to make a difference. This little company called Manhattan Toy recognizes that we are profoundly influenced by what we play with. That in every little pair of hands lies not a marketing opportunity, but a chance to positively affect the future. That having a sense of humor means the difference between enduring life, and enjoying it. If it doesn’t contain a wink and smile, it isn’t worth making. We remember every day that every invention on this earth, be it as complex as a Hadron collider, or as humble as Tupperware, as life-saving as penicillin or as life-altering as the Cronut, was dreamed into existence. We remember that the most powerful thing any of us within this life, is our imagination.