"Come meet the Shpielmans – a Jewish family of toy figures combining extra quality with extra fun – perfect for children and appreciated by adults.
Beautiful Details that Promote Jewish Values
Each Shpielman figure, from the Zeidy and Bubby, down to the youngest brother Shmulik, glows with beautifully crafted facial features, lifelike expressions, and incredibly detailed clothing and accessories. The Shpielmans’ design enables motion of their limbs, with the ability to grasp the Jewish themed accessories such as wine, challah, candles, washing cup, and more. The Shpielmans bring the warmth of a Jewish family into your home.
By promoting Jewish values and depicting various traditions within our religion, the Shpielmans encourage acceptance and tolerance. The Shpielmans are created by GlattPlay, a NJ-based startup toy innovator. GlattPlay quickly recognized the beauty and vision for a new type of Jewish toy, based on the design of veteran toymaker Eytan Saboni. GlattPlay’s mission is to produce high quality, educational toys starting within the Jewish world, with the goal to adopt its socially conscious toys for various cultures throughout the world. The Shpielmans are the first of several families that will show aspects of typical Jewish family life and holidays..
"The set comes complete with a tiny, furry Hasidic Jew hat, too.In the world of Judaism, the guac is always extra, except the guac isn’t actually guac — it’s the various religious accessories and toppings, like striemels, the furry black Hasidic Jew hats you’ve seen around Brooklyn, and it’s hard to find a fun toy version realistic enough to make your kids lose their latkes with happiness. Get ready, because what you’re about to read is even more exciting than the prospect of Jewish rompers for men.
Someone recently sent me this Meet The Shpielmans Family Pack (Deluxe Edition, if you’re wondering) for my 5 year old daughter, and I’ve been dying of laughter and intrigue for the five or so days it has been in my home. Let’s dissect the entire set, which my little Modern Orthodox kid is now obsessed with by the way, because life is short and talking about Playbomil-compatible Hasidim on the Internet is sparking joy in me today.