The FridgePlay FridgeDomino is a cool game that can be attached to the fridge. Domino games have been played by kings and presidents. The oldest known domino set was found in Tutankhamen's tomb, amongst the ruins of Thebes. Nowadays you can have a lot of fun and play this game in your own kitchen.
The FridgeFour is the classic game with a magnet that allows you to place it on your fridge. Known as the 'Captain's Mistress' by the crew of Captain James Cook, the ancient game of 'four-in-a-row' traces its roots to China and Japan. Fridgefour adds a cool blue element to the original Fridgeplay series. Fridge games are great for breaking the ice between colleagues in the office or new flatmates, as they promote interaction. Try it yourself and see how much fun it is!
The FridgeFootie can turn your fridge into a football pitch and let you become a kitchen football hero! Based on the rules and inherent strategy of the real thing, FridgeFootie has been designed to thrill players and fans alike. No nasty tackles, please - red cards are also shown in this version. With the FridgeFootie you will find it easier than ever to have fun with your family, flat mates or colleagues, as it promotes interaction and provides lots of fun for everyone.
TheFridgeLudo is a childhood classic now available even when you're in the kitchen. Place the magnetic game on the fridge, spin the dial and race your counters home! Fridgeplay games promote interaction between housemates, family members and colleagues, as they help break down the barriers of communication.
The FridgePlay FridgeSnakes game can be a great gift that provides a light-hearted view of the ups and downs of life. Adapted from a Hindu teaching game, the squares of virtue and evil attempted to teach kids how to live life. Simply put it on the fridge, play and have fun!
The Pedal Racer is a strange, but providing a great fun four wheeler that looks like a hybrid of a skateboard and a bicycle's bottom. The racer enables you to pedal forwards and backwards with varying degrees of speed and control. It's not only a great fun, but also an excellent exercise that requires improving your footwork, arm movements and swerving hips to get yourself masterfully aligned. After having learned to skilfully balance yourself atop you will be able to race with other fans of this non-standard vehicle or simply challenge yourself to check how far you can roll on.
The DKN door gym offers 12 different bases and is suitable for various hanging positions, pumps and abdominals. This compact solution for shoulder, back, chest and abs-training is designed for doors and frames which are 61cm (24'') to 81cm (31.9'') wide and 6cm (2.3'') to 15cm (5.9'') deep. It features a double reinforced bar for added stability and durability and can be attached on the wall above the door. This easy to install door gym comes with metal brackets and has a maximum user weight of 120kg (264.5lbs).
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