Piracy has grown more and more in Brazil due to consumers’ access to cheaper priced products. The lower price causes people to put aside the requirements of minimum standards of quality. Therefore, the price stimulates the search for pirate toys. But what most people do not know is that “cheap can be expensive.” Learn more about the risks of buying pirate toys.
The purchase of pirate toys, whether by price, ease or variety of products available is increasing.Generally, these products are of low quality, sometimes smuggled and sold illegally in the country.Because they are products of compromised quality, they may endanger the health of children.
When choosing toys should take into account the health and safety risks, and the educational stimulus it can provide. The guarantee seal of Inmetro (National Institute of Metrology, Quality and Technology) is indispensable in all toys.However, the use of the toy must be done correctly, as misuse can cause accidents.
Risks of buying pirate toys
Pirate toys are usually made from poor quality products that can be hazardous to children who use them.They usually drop parts, paint, not to mention the components used in manufacturing that are totally unknown.
As the composition of the paints and parts is not known, the use of toxins that put the child’s health at risk is totally possible.In addition, the pieces are more fragile and can loosen, causing children to often cut themselves or even swallow smaller pieces.
One must be aware of the quality of the toys, as it has been said, “cheap can be expensive” and still harm the child’s health. More serious problems can be caused by the use of these unknown products.
Pirate toys can endanger the safety and health of children. When it comes to buying toys for the little ones, it is necessary to evaluate the safety conditions and quality of the materials used in their manufacture. Be sure to buy a slightly more expensive and quality toy to buy one that can put your child at risk.