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Christmas 1995. Marie is 5 years old and sits surrounded by marbles, building blocks, curves and straight tracks. She looks wide-eyed at the pieces of her very first ball track. A little later, she writes the first pages of her own HABA ball track story. 


Write HABA ball track stories and win!

There are many ball track stories just waiting to be told!

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Let us be a part of your HABA ball track story and win a large ball track package consisting of:

Your path to the prize: Follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Share your most beautiful ball track moment with us there before November 30th, 2020 by marking your photo(s) or video(s) with the hashtag #MeineHABAKugelbahnGeschichte. Don't forget to subscribe and stay up to date! 

Participation is only possible from Germany or Austria.

 


HABA ball track stories

What if HABA ball tracks had never existed? Life would look completely different! In these three clips, people tell their very own HABA ball track story. Regularly discover a new connection between the past and present.

Enter!

Enter!

Without the HABA ball track, there would be no connection here.

HABA writes ball track history

HABA writes ball track history

Oh, is that how it works?! Trainee Emma gets to the bottom of the HABA ball track.

The full video is available here.

Looking ahead

Looking ahead

Pointing marbles in the right direction - the lead HABA ball track designer explains why ball tracks and computers are quite similar.  

The full interview is available here.

Full throttle!

Full throttle!

Without the HABA ball track, all the stones would remain in a pile.

Meeting in the present

Meeting in the present

When the past and the future meet. Listen in as two HABA ball track designers chat.

The full interview is available here.

Kick-off!

Kick-off!

Without the HABA ball track, things would only run half as smoothly.

A look back

A look back

Origin of the ball track? Interview with the inventor of the HABA ball track.

The full interview is available here.

Incidentally, Marie now works as an architect. Would she have chosen this profession without the HABA ball track? Probably. But playing with the ball track supports development of a variety of skills, such as understanding of basic static principles and three-dimensional thinking. Marie remembers her childhood, surrounded by marbles, building blocks and other toys, fondly. This year she is giving her son his first HABA ball track for Christmas.


A true HABA classic

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It's been clear since the HABA ball track was invented that, just like children tinkering and adjusting components until they have created a small or very large track, HABA designers also work hard to optimize their products until they are sure that they have created the perfect ball track. Then it's time - on your marbles, get set, go!

There are many variants and effects available, from ringing and jingling to rattles and spins. Swinging and sounds, floating and lights. And if only a few pieces are changed, the laws of physics are put to the test all over again. The various ball track sets can naturally also be combined – for endless playing fun. Small, colorful marbles run along tracks made of high-quality beech wood, with the majority of components "Made in Germany."


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Quality and safety are paramount. We pay attention to sustainability and resource-efficient production even in the selection of materials. This quality guarantees that a big brother can safely pass his beloved ball track on to his little sister. And this is exactly what makes HABA ball tracks the perfect toy for people of all ages.


Cleverly combined = lots of playing fun!

Ball track and building blocks

HABA building blocks are based on the same basic dimensions as the ball track. This makes them wonderfully durable play companions that can be easily integrated into the HABA ball track or handed down to siblings. All HABA building block sets can be combined with each other and suit the needs of various age groups. Made of high-quality beech wood, they also surprise children with various exciting effects to listen to, feel and marvel at. Stacking, building and experimenting playfully encourages fine motor skills, concentration and three-dimensional thinking.

Discover the world of HABA building blocks


Ball track and Kullerbü

Attention ball track fans!

Kullerbü is the younger sibling of the HABA ball track and is primarily aimed at the littlest ones aged 2 to 8 years. The robust click system and child-friendly design can serve as an introduction to the HABA ball track world for little explorers. Some Kullerbü elements can also be combined with the ball track.

In the large Kullerbü play world, a variety of cars, balls and vehicles roll along various play and ball tracks. The sets can be flexibly combined with each other - just one click maximizes playing fun so that the complexity of combinations can grow with the child. The combination of durable wooden and plastic components guarantees optimal use of the respective materials.

Kullerbü also impresses with exciting accessories such as sound tracks, theme sets and great visual effects. Action, long-lasting rolling fun and the development of fine motor skills, creativity and logic are all part of the package.

Discover Kullerbü

All Kullerbü products can be found in the Kullerbü category.