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OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat

OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat
OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat

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OS Go Explore PACMAT Picnic Game Mat

£54.99
£54.99

A huge waterproof picnic mat game, ideal for family holidays or days out. Run, roll, capture, jump, collect, calculate, learn and discover.

This extra-large picnic rug has a huge map of Britain printed on it, along with a variety of games suitable for younger children to adults. It's compact and lightweight, and can be folded into the included stuff sack, along with the included counters and extra-large six-sided dice. Five different game ideas are printed on the rug. 

 Super large: 240cm x 140cm - big enough for the whole family to sit and still have space for food
 Printed full colour with a specially designed map of Great Britain, highlighted road network and game ideas
 Made from technical microfibre polyester 
 Waterproof base made from super light water-proof rip stop nylon
 Packs away into its own stuff sack
 Includes 120 plastic counters and one extra large six-sided dice
 Includes four reinforced 'button holes' to peg it down (pegs not included)

Not suitable for children under 36 months

Specifications

 Includes 1 x rug, 1 x die, 120 x counters, 1 x counter storage bag, 1 x rug stuff sack
 Size - open: 240cm x 140cm
 Size - packed: 38cm x 9cm x 9cm
• Weight: 640g, including bag and counters

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