LOVI SEA TURTLE

Lovi Sea Turtle dives into the depths of the sea with slow, measured movements of its fins. It explores the surroundings, carefully considers its next move, and lets the ocean current carry it to its next destination.

Beneath the hard shell of the turtle lives a delicate, wise, and friendly softy that doesn’t rush, loves peace and enjoys life.

Lovi Sea Turtle crawls onto the beach in its warm yellow or mint green shell. There are two sizes, 8cm and 12cm, measured from the end of the beak to the back fin. Grab a natural wood product for yourself and create your own unique sea turtle. Paint the parts with your favorite colors and assemble, or write your friend’s address on the package and send as a nautical greeting.

Collect the entire Lovi Sealife series. See other products in the series here.

 

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Amount

From 6,90

DETAILS

Package size / weight:

  • 17 x 10 x 0.3cm / 20g (6¾ x 4 x ⅛in / 0.7oz)
  • 24 x 15 x 0.3cm / 55g (9½ x 6 x  ⅛in / 2oz)

Colors: mint green, natural wood, warm yellow

Material: Eco-friendly Finnish birch plywood

Hand painted with water based, non-toxic toy paint. Natural wood material is seen through the thin paint layer.

Made in Finland. Plastic free. Easy to send postcard-like package. Illustrated instructions inside the package. Patented. Design: Anne Paso

Shipping costs

Finland and Europe:

  • From 6,90€
  • Free Shipping for orders over 50€

Deliveries to the UK temporarily not possible.

Rest of the World

  • 19,90€ or 24,90€
  • Free Shipping for orders over 100€ and 150€

Please note that shipping fees do not cover your customs importing costs for orders outside the EU.

See detailed information here.

DID YOU KNOW

The Sea turtle is an exception among turtles, it cannot properly hide in its shell.

Sea turtles are estimated to have existed for up to 110 million years and can live up to 100 years.

Female turtles return to lay their eggs on the same beaches where they themselves hatched. Males spend almost their entire lives at sea.