Nerf and Tonka are probably the brand names most closely associated with toys that are nearly impossible for kids to break. But Studio Paulsberg might be looking to steal a little of their marketshare with this pair of construction toys made from wood and actual concrete, instead of foam or die-cast metal.

You'll just want to make sure that when a temper tantrum is brewing both the Petite Bétonneuse (cement truck) and Petite Rouleau Compresseur (steam roller) are well out of reach of your kids because they can do some real damage if thrown. Not to the toys themselves, though, but to all the walls and furniture in your home. The vehicles can probably survive a whole lot of abuse, and at just shy of $110 each they better last for decades. [Studio Paulsberg via Notcot]


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