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This tin keepsake box measures 7” x 6”. The entire box is decorated with colorful Uglydoll art, and a metal latch at the top holds contents in place for transportation.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29416 (added 7/9/2010)
This 7" digital clock is powered by food, combining micro-electronic technology with the natural electrical potential of a fresh fruit. The kit includes an instruction booklet.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29347 (added 7/6/2010)
This classic Jack in the Box features hook and loop closure hands that allow him to play "Peek-A-Boo." He also plays "Pop Goes the Weasel."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29346 (added 7/6/2010)
Inspired by turn-of-the-century parlor games, this classic game brings charming bunnies to life. The bunnies fall and tumble about when bowled over with the soft green cabbage ball. The set features one soft king pin and five soft 9" bunny pins, plus two soft, safe "cabbage" bowling balls.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29345 (added 7/6/2010)
Made from recycled Sprigwood, this eco-friendly playset features an adventure truck, a mother and baby dinosaur, an adventure guide, and hat and backpack accessories.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29344 (added 7/6/2010)
With more than 600 pieces, the 50 Model Set from Erector offers kid builders a multitude of creative options. The kit is packed with detailed instructions for 50 complete models, 38 of which are taken from favorites in the 10 to 40 model kits, plus 12 new designs. From that springboard of projects, children can leap into inventing their own creations with the tools and parts provided in the box. This kit also includes a small, hand-held power tool to make assembly easy and fast.
— Melodie Ingwersen, owner of Creative Kids Inc. in Columbia, Ill. said Erector sets were one of her best-selling construction toys in late Spring 2011.
― “Erector sets do really well for us,” Chris Cahalane, owner of Cape Cod Toys in Mashpee, Mass., told TDmonthly when asked about top-selling construction toys in spring 2010.
― “Erector sets have made a comeback,” said Lance Ghulam, manager of Handlebar Toys in Lafayette, Calif., during an April 2010 survey.
— Want this? As of 05/10/2011, this product was available for purchase at Creative Kids Inc.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28450 (added 5/6/2010)
Schylling's ABC Nesting Cubes are designed with vivid illustrations to teach young children their A-B-Cs. The cubes can be arranged in a stack, or nest within one another. Launch date: June 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28144 (added 4/21/2010)
Ambi Toys Lock A Block is a developmental toy for toddlers that includes a lockable box with key and two full sets of 3-dimensional, color coded sorting blocks. The box is approximately 13 cm x 13 cm x 13 cm. Launch date: June 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28143 (added 4/21/2010)
UglyDoll tin trucks come in an assortment of six: three styles of banks and three styles of pencil holders featuring artwork and characters from the UglyDoll line of plush toys. Each truck measures 7.5" long. Launch date: 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28142 (added 4/21/2010)
Complete with wheels and flexible parts, this set allows children to build a fire truck and five other models.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28133 (added 4/20/2010)
Classic ducks with a collectible twist, these phthalate-free bath floats come in six bright colors. The ducks are sold separately, ready to populate a host of toys for bath, pool or hot tub.
— “We do a lot of rubber duckies,” said Wendy Bricht, owner of Chatterpillar Toys, Gifts and Balloons in Frazier Park, Calif., when asked about her best-selling bath toys in a March 2010 survey.
— Four of 39 retailers said in spring 2010 that rubber ducks are the best seller in their bath department.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28096 (added 4/16/2010)
This retro classic measures 14.5".
— Michael McCollum, owner of Learning Express in Hoover, Ala., brought in Schylling's lava lamps on a whim and has sold 28 since January, he told TDmonthly in April 2010. "They've been a pretty good hit," he said.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28030 (added 4/15/2010)
A 12 1/2” soprano recorder, this simple instrument from Schylling makes a good companion to school music classes teaching the recorder to children. In clear, durable plastic and an assortment of bright colors, the recorder comes with a cleaning rod as well as instructions printed on the box.
— “We go through a lot,” remarked Priscilla Moore, owner of Mr. Fub’s Party in Yellow Springs, Ohio, of her recorders and other instruments from Schylling in early 2010.
— Four of 48 retailers told TDmonthly during a January 2010 survey that recorders are their most-wanted musical item.
— "We sell a lot of them in September or October. After that, it's hit or miss," said Lou Metri, owner of Joggen Your Noggin in Monroe, Conn. He sells about about 40 or 50 per year.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26818 (added 1/28/2010)
A well-recognized throwback to yesteryear, Schylling's Mood Rings combine glossy, color-changing cabochons with silver-toned settings styled with the 1960s in mind. The “stones” in the rings sense the mood of the wearer and change accordingly from anxious orange-black to content jewel-tone blue-violet. Styles are assorted, and the metal rings are made in the USA.
― “We sell dozens of mood ring pick-ups at the counter,” said Joe Berardoni Sr., owner of Pun's Toy Shop in Bryn Mawr, Pa., during an October 2009 survey.
— In a September 2010 TDmonthly survey, seven of 44 retailers named mood rings a best-selling jewelry and accessory item, with one claiming sales of 43 a month.
— In an October 2011 survey about best selling jewelry and accessories, 4 out of 12 retailers told TDmonthly that mood rings were their best sellers. They sold an average of 2 dozen each month.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25757 (added 10/27/2009)
Age Range: Adult
This pure 1950s Revival Tinplate Toy comes in an illustrated box with 3 wind-up cars. The cars race around the oval track, going form pitstop to pitstop, seeming to change colors as each emerges from the garage. The track is 10" wide. Two wind-up keys are included. This collector's item cannot be sold as a child's toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25674 (added 10/20/2009)
Suitable for children ages 18 months and up, the Color Roller spins to display the colors of the rainbow when pushed along the floor.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25322 (added 9/10/2009)
In eye-catching black and white, Schylling’s die-cast model of a police car is ready to respond to any emergency. Zipping along on working wheels and a pull-back motor, the cruiser has 9-1-1 printed on the side.
— “They're wonderful sellers,” Michelle Sahr, owner of My Little Red Wagon in Stow, Ohio, said of her Schylling die-cast vehicles in July 2009. Sahr said the police car is a favorite in the line.
— In an August 2013 survey, two out of nine retailers told TDmonthly that police cars were their best-selling type of die-cast toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25177 (added 8/28/2009)
With swing-open doors, a working stop sign and details in crisp black, Schylling’s Die Cast Bus is an effective miniaturization of one of childhood’s most beloved and familiar vehicles. A pull-back motor sends the bus zooming across floors or tables, and the interior is detailed with rows of seats visible through clear windows.
— “The School Bus is always our best seller,” said Kim Emigh, VP of e-commerce at Growing Tree Toys in State College, Pa., who told TDmonthly during a July 2009 survey that Schylling provides her top-selling die-cast vehicles.
— “The best seller in die-cast would be [the] school bus,” said Michelle Smith, owner of Piccolo Mondo Toys in Portland, Ore.
— Seven of 49 retailers told TDmonthly in summer 2009 that school buses are their best selling die-cast vehicles.
— “Oddly enough, school buses are our best-seller,” said Terri Bracken, owner of Earth Explorers Toys in Zionsville, Ind., when asked about her best-selling die-cast items in July, 2010.
— Four out of 38 retailers specified the Schylling Die-Cast Bus as their top-selling die-cast toy in July 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 25173 (added 8/28/2009)
The right size for a school lunch or a few essential treasures, this tin keepsake box features Curious George, the charmingly precocious monkey, flying along on a blue bicycle complete with the wide grin to tell what a good time he's having. The bright yellow box has a plastic handle and a metal latch to hold it closed in transit.
— Two of 49 retailers surveyed in April 2009 said Curious George is their top-selling licensed toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23881 (added 5/26/2009)
When rolled gently, this colorful tin wheel returns to the user. It is available in a variety of designs.
— Schylling products were listed as top sellers at Melody’s Choices in Fayetteville, Ark., by Owner Steve Melody in spring 2009. He likes that the vendor has small toys that sell consistently.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23607 (added 5/8/2009)
These trendy cowboys (and cowgirl) add a little twist to the classic rubber duck. Four designs are available.
— “We have Cowboy Rubber Ducks from Schylling. People like the cowboy theme in Wyoming,” Dalene Lockhart, owner of Toy Town in Casper, Wyo., told TDmonthly in March 2006. She said she sells about six per month of this particular line of rubber duckies.
— Four of 64 specialty retailers told TDmonthly in spring 2009 that rubber ducks are a best-selling bath toy in their stores.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23238 (added 4/9/2009)
This 15-piece set includes a serving tray, teapot, four plates, four saucers and four cups.
— "They offer good dating and reasonable amounts," Owner Katie Frederick of The Wooden Rainbow in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, said of Schylling in fall 2008. Thirteen percent of 52 retailers named Schylling as a preferred supplier.
— The Schylling Children’s Tea Set was listed as a best seller by Candace Gooch, owner of At Once All Agog in Limerick, Maine, in spring 2009. “I love the fact that it looks like Fiesta Ware (for girls or boys),” she said. “It is a nice size, and easy to handle … even dads or grandfathers can pick up a tea cup with their big hands, but they need to learn to sip and not gulp.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21684 (added 12/10/2008)
Complete with a bright construction vest and hard hat, this dress-up set also includes a screwdriver, hammer and construction flag.
— Nearly 10 percent of 52 specialty retailers named Small Miracles when asked in fall 2008 about brands that sell well for them in terms of Halloween merchandise.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21658 (added 12/10/2008)
The rungs of this colorful ladder seem to all fall down when the top is tilted from side to side, but they remain attached, offering an intriguing visual time and time again.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21167 (added 10/30/2008)
Realistic pearl-finished beads adorn this set of a matching necklace, bracelet and pair of earrings for small princesses, movie stars or other characters dreamed-up by a child’s imagination. The set is part of Schylling’s Small Miracles dress-up line.
- Linda Graham, owner of Scheffel’s Toys in Jacksonville, Ore., told TDmonthly in early fall 2008 that Schylling supplies most of her dress-up jewelry.
- Four percent of 51 retailers named Schylling when asked about their top-selling jewelry items.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20628 (added 9/19/2008)
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