About Us

The Manhattan Toy Company Manifesto

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 truck that turns into a wristwatch, but because it endeavors to make a difference. 

The little company called Manhattan Toy recognizes that we are profoundly influenced by the toys we play with.

That in every little pair of hands lays 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 play with, in this life, is our imagination.


Quality & Safety


For more than 30 years The Manhattan Toy Company has made a commitment to providing our customers with safe, high-quality toys that enrich young lives and developing minds.

Our toys are designed, developed, and manufactured with every child's safety in mind. Testing is done by a third party, accredited laboratory, and our toys must comply with the most rigorous national and international standards for children's products put forth by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), European Union (EN71) and Health Canada.

Our products are manufactured to meet or exceed all applicable regulatory standards as well as voluntary safety standards.  Manhattan Toy stands by our products and strict testing regiment. We set the bar extremely high for quality and safety standards so you can feel exceptionally confident giving our toys to the ones you love.

Please call us with any questions or concerns.  For more information, please visit the Toy Industry Association, Inc. website or the American Society for Testing and Materials at www.ASTM.org.

 

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