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Mader Tree Spinning Top to Pull Off


The Mader Pull Off Tree Spinning Top is a spinning top made of maple wood. It comes with a string and holder that can be wound around the shaft and then be pulled of.

Difficulty Level: 5 of 6 (difficult) when using the top without the string

Dimensions: Height 7 cm; Diameter 3,8 cm.

Materials: Maple wood - painted and varnished.

Warning! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts. Supervision required at all times, rope is a strangulation hazard to children under 3.

Made in Austria.

To see an overview of the different spinning tops and difficulty levels click here.

Mader Kreiselmanufaktur was founded in 1991 by Klaus Mader, a very skilled carpenter with a love for handcrafted wooden toys. He has a small but mighty workshop found in the foothills of the Austrian Alps which hand makes not only traditional spinning tops but also skipping ropes, kaleidoscopes and yo-yos. Each spinning top is painstakingly made by hand, often by Klaus himself, out of locally sourced wood with some tops requiring up to 20 different stages such as wood turning, burning, embossing, carving, brushing, painting and varnishing. One can’t help but admire the attention to detail in every creation.

His toys are easily recognised as they all have a burned in stripe in the middle, beautifully chosen colours and unparalleled attention to detail. You can’t help but pick one up and give it a twirl then watch mesmerised as it spins and falls.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
The favourite among the children

This spinning too is so much fun. We have a reasonable collection of spinning tops and this is always the first to be spun. We love it!

Ziyu L
Cute and so much fun

My kid loves it and so do I ! The tree is beautifully crafted so I put on the book shelf as decoration

Fantastic spinning top

This is a fantastic spinning top. It's a lot larger than I imagined and makes a fantastic display and play piece as well as a great top to spin on the floor. It travels nicely and spins well with the string. We actually found it easy enough for a 6 year old to use without the starter and string. Lots of potential play option!