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Parus major origami

€18
€18

by Plego

3 unidades Ahorra X%
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EKO label
Eco-effectiveness and sustainability degree of the product

Reused / Recycled raw materials i 0%

Recyclable raw materials i 100%

Renewable raw materials i 100%

Toxic free i 100%

Non petroleum plastics i 100%

Emissions generated during transport to the factory 0.042kg CO2

i Type of energy used No renewable

i Emissions generated by energy consumption No data

Place of origin of the product Spain

Weight of product 0.08kg

Transport kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.017 kg CO2 eq
500 km 0.084 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 1.128 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 3.384 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 6.768 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 11.28 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 16.92 kg CO2 eq

Useful Life Cycle 0años

Aesthetic Life Cycle 0años

Emissions generated by the Material 1 0.28 kg CO2 eq

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Parus major origami designed by Joan Corominas & David Corominas

The Great tit is characterised by the black tie on the yellow chest, being the most coloured figure in the collection. The paper used for its production is the paper Mi- teintes, art paper pulp dyed with FSC certificate with 50% cotton, which offers a perfect fold and is resistant to light. Its textured surface and wide range of colours offers excellent final finishes. It is recommended that children under the age of 12 ride the bird with the help of an adult.

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Characteristics of Parus major origami

Main Raw Material Mi-teintes paper Secondary raw Material Yellow
Main Color Black Width (cm) 21
Depth (cm) 1 Height (cm) 21
Dimensions (Packed) 21x2x21 Weight Packed (Kg.) 0.1000
Weight (Kg.) 0.08

General description of Parus major origami

The Great tit, like the rest of the birds in the collection, is a bird found in different European regions and is characterized by the black tie on the yellow chest, being the most colorful figure in the collection. The kit contains all the pieces necessary to assemble the bird, already pre-cut and marked to facilitate the folding (5 pieces of dyed pulp art paper), a didactic card with the main characteristics of the Great tit and assembly instructions. The pepel used for its production is the paper Mi- teintes, art paper pulp dyed with FSC certificate with 50% cotton, which offers a perfect fold and is resistant to light. Its textured surface and the wide range of colours offer excellent final finishes. The kingfisher, like the robin and the kingfisher, is an easy figure to assemble.