Collectobil - FAQ part 1 - Glossary



Collectobil Collectors Guide - Hans Beck, the Father of Playmobil


FAQ PART 1 : GLOSSARY


What's a "Klicky"?

The word "Klicky" was some sort of nickname given to the first PLAYMOBIL® figures. The term was only used in the seventies and referred to the typical clicking sound a figure makes when it is handled during play. On the older boxes, there was a typical label that mentioned how many "klicky" were included in the particular set.

The term "Klicky" has not been used by PLAYMOBIL® marketing wise since the early eighties, but it remains a popular word among collectors and fans of the older PLAYMOBIL® sets...





 


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