Casagami are a series of houses that together form a village, made of cardboard/cardboard and made for children and adults. They are easy to assemble by pressing the parts out of the dies, folding the folding lines and possibly fixing them with glue.
It is also a nice educational product because the houses are illuminated by a light that is powered by a built-in solar panel.
The whole is provided with a clear manual in the form of a construction drawing in various languages. The LED light offers the possibility to experiment with solar energy and to ensure that the light in the house is switched on. There is a solar panel on the roof so that energy for the light can be generated via the sun.
Casagami is a super fun way to introduce children to sustainability and green and/or alternative ways of generating energy.
Warranty 1 year
Pre-punched sheet of cardboard approx. (330x 215 mm) including a patented “Solar Module”, made of a mini-solar panel and an orange LED, an on/off button and a Lithium-Ion battery.