Mattel Fisher-Price Bing Bath Squirters - Sula
- Size: 9.0 x 8.0 x 5.0 cm
- MPN: CJW08
- Batteries: N/A
- Weight: 30 g
- EAN: 887961106947
Bing bath squirters are the most lovely bathtime companions for your child's bathroom. When you fill Sula with water, she may be squeezed, making bath time even more enjoyable for everyone.
A company based in the United States that creates educational toys for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers is known as Fisher-Price (styled as fisher-price since 2019). The company's headquarters are located in East Aurora, New York, and it is headquartered in the United States of America. The company was founded in 1930, during the Great Depression, by Herman Fisher, Irving Price, Helen Schelle, and Margaret Evans-Price, with the assistance of a number of additional investors.
Since its founding in the early 1930s, Fisher-Price has produced nearly 5,000 distinct toys. A popular brand of Fisher-Price toys is the Little People line, which contains figurines of people and animals, as well as play sets that include a home, farm, school, garage and automobiles. Little People toys are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. The figurines, which were initially made of wooden pegs and had intricate features, are now made of plastic and have a more realistic appearance.
Power Wheels, View-Master, Rescue Heroes, the Chatter Telephone, and the Rock-a-Stack are just a few of the toys and toy brands that have been popular for many years, in addition to Little People. Disney, Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer, and See 'n Say are some of the other brands that have been promoted under the Fisher-Price label throughout the years.
The company also manufactures and distributes newborn care goods, and it has started producing electronic toys for children as young as three years old.
Fisher-Price acquired all toy rights to Thomas and Friends in 2009, with the exception of the Wooden Railway line. After purchasing HIT Entertainment, which later became a part of Fisher-Price, in 2012, Mattel now owns the IP completely, as opposed to a joint venture with Fisher-Price. As a result, toys based on Mike the Knight and Bob the Builder have been produced throughout the following decades.