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Also known as urban vinyl, Gonks have a high bounce-ball head and poseable arms. Standing 3" tall, each has its own name and personality. The collection of art toys includes Flipps, Slick, Binko, Be-Bop, Bernie and Bonko. Gonks combine "super-unique urban vinyl and distinct artwork," Kate O'Donnell, sales and marketing assistant for Schylling Toys, told TDmonthly. Launch date: April 1, 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20610 (added 9/19/2008)
This bright set features 30 multi-colored balloons plus a pump.
— Randy Austin reported that Rocket Balloons were popular sellers during the summer of 2008 at her store, The Gifted Child, in Lenox, Mass.
— “Rocket Balloons were fabulous [last year] and we have people waiting for them now,” said Eric Masoncup, owner of Geppettos Toy Box in Oak Park, Ill., of his top-selling outdoor item during a March 2010 survey of best sellers.
— Two of 37 retailers named Rocket Balloons are a best-selling outdoor toy in spring 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20435 (added 9/9/2008)
The die-cast fire engine is modeled on a 1:43 scale. It comes in assorted styles and features pull-back motor action.
— “We sell a lot of … the little die-cast fire engines,” Bob and Mary Sisson, owners of Kazoodles in Vancouver, Wash., told TDmonthly in May 2008.
— “We sell a ton [of die-cast vehicles] — mostly Schylling,” Tyson Varney, manager of Playthings in Madison, Wis., told TDmonthly in May 2008.
— Teresa Derry, owner of Annie's Toy Chest in Cocoa, Fl., told TDmonthly in a Summer 2011 survey that fire engines from Schylling, Toysmith, and EJ's are among her best-selling die-cast toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19284 (added 6/9/2008)
The die-cast jet features pull-back motor action and a button that activates “take-off” sounds.
— “What does really well in die-cast are the Supersonic Jet Flyers from Schylling — they fly out the door,” Fran Anaya, owner of Golden Aspen Toys in Flagstaff, Ariz., told TDmonthly in spring 2008. “About a month ago, I ordered four boxes (six in each box) and I [already] have to reorder.”
— “My jet planes are my best ones,” echoed Janet Gregory, owner of Over the Rainbow Toy Store in Anchorage, Alaska. “[We sell] probably a dozen or so per month.”
— More than 9 percent of retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in May 2008 named die-cast vehicles by Schylling as their best-selling die-cast. Two of 49 retailers said in July 2009 that Supersonic Jets are their top-selling die-cast.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19283 (added 6/9/2008)
This game includes an 8”-tall rotary cage with a random ball selector, plastic numbered balls, 18 reusable Bingo cards, about 150 colored chip markers and a call sheet. It comes in a box.
— Classic toys are popular at the Lollipop Shop in Jonesborough, Tenn., and Kiawah Island, S.C., and this game is no exception, said Co-owner Jeff Gurley in spring 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19261 (added 6/4/2008)
Kids simply blow through the pipe and the ball begins to float. The game comes with two balls.
— This game was listed as a top-10 best seller by Co-owner Jeff Gurley of the Lollipop Shop, in Jonesborough, Tenn., and Kiawah Island, S.C., in the spring of 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19260 (added 6/4/2008)
The kit lets kids build and erupt their own volcano using Paper Mache. All necessary materials are included inside the kit, including an educational booklet filled with information about real volcanoes. Launch date: July 2004.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18864 (added 5/19/2008)
The simple and fun kit contains 20 balloons, a balloon pump and an 80-page instruction book. Step-by-step photos and instructions help users create a variety of balloon shapes, including a dinosaur, teddy bear with a tulip, rabbit, elephant, ram, octopus, mouse, giraffe, dog and lovebirds. Additional balloons and pump refills are available separately. Launch date: October 2004.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18863 (added 5/19/2008)
The kit contains skeleton pieces that allow kids to create their very own dinosaur. Six different dinosaurs are available in the line: Mammoth, Pteranodon, Triceratops, Stegasaurus, Velciraptor and Tyrannosaurus. Six boxes come in each display case. Launch date: January 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18862 (added 5/19/2008)
This item is part of Schylling’s Professional Bull Riding line. The playset comes with a 3-1/2” rider, a 6” bull and accessories. Assorted varieties are available. Launch date: December 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18861 (added 5/19/2008)
The 31-piece set contains full service for four. The set includes cups, saucers, a teapot, a sugar bowl, creamer, utensils, a tablecloth and napkins, all packed inside a convenient cardboard carry case for travel. Each piece was uniquely designed with Madeline in mind. Launch date: December 2001.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18860 (added 5/19/2008)
The playset includes a construction track, a wind-up Thomas train, a bell, horses, a bridge and trees. The track folds into a convenient 6-1/2” x 6” carrying case for Thomas and his accessories. Launch date: May 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18859 (added 5/19/2008)
When kids use the handle to roll the push chime along floor, musical chimes sound. The chime measures 23” x 5-1/4” and is decorated with Thomas and Friends images. This item is intended for children over the age of 18 months. Launch date: December 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18858 (added 5/19/2008)
Wind the crank and a plush Curious George pops out of the 5” tin box. The song “Pop Goes the Weasel” plays as the crank is activated. This item is intended for children over the age of 18 months. Launch date: December 2000.
— “I sell quite a bit of [Schylling’s] Jack-in-the-boxes,” Jeanne McCullough, owner of Children's Store Inc. in Boise, Idaho, told TDmonthly, when asked to name her store’s best-selling novelties.
— Three retailers singled out Schylling products as best sellers in the novelty category.
— Over a dozen other jack-in-the-box varieties are available in the Schylling line.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18857 (added 5/19/2008)
The 12-piece wooden puzzle comes in a tray, with the pieces inlaid. When assembled, the puzzle depicts a fire engine.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18607 (added 4/28/2008)
The 12-piece wooden puzzle depicts a school bus filled with students on their way to learn. A puppy is chasing the bus and a family is waving. All pieces come inlaid in a tray.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18606 (added 4/28/2008)
The 12-piece wooden puzzle depicts a black and white cow carrying a bucket. All pieces come inlaid in a tray.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18605 (added 4/28/2008)
The 12-piece wooden puzzle comes in a tray, with the pieces inlaid. When assembled, the puzzle depicts a blue train with coming down the track.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18604 (added 4/28/2008)
Sock monkeys made their debut over 100 years ago when mothers began to sew them for their children. This new, 22” version is a character from the movie “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.”
— “Sock monkeys are making a comeback,” reported Melodie Ingwersen, owner of Creative Kids Toy Shop in Columbia, S.C., in March 2008. “Those by Schylling have gotten a nice response.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18277 (added 4/7/2008)
The ride-on toy features a colored steel body, detailed chrome accents, a working horn, a working steering column, plastic fenders and rubber tires.
— Nadine Walsh, manager of Yikes Toys in Tucson, Ariz., told TDmonthly that “push cars by Schylling” are the most popular ride-on toys in the store.
— For Susan Pruett, manager of Kilmarnock Toy Store in Kilmarnock, Va., Schylling’s ride-ons are her stores’ best-selling ride-ons. They sell on “average about three a month,” Pruett told TDmonthly.
— Two of 45 retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in early 2008 singled out the Schyllilng when asked which manufacturer’s ride-ons were most popular. In March 2009, Jessica Jeffrey, manager of Red Balloon Toy Shop in Orleans, Mass., told TDmonthly this is her best-selling ride-on, reporting sales of one to two per month.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18092 (added 3/24/2008)
The game includes 18 wooden puzzle pieces that can be used to create six different bears, each wearing different clothes and a different expression on his face. All pieces are stored inside a 6” wooden box that features a convenient slide-off lid.
— Kim Saltzstein, owner of Silly Goose Toys in Gilbert, Ariz., told TDmonthly that Schylling’s puzzles are one of her stores’ best-selling puzzles.
— Over one-fourth of 45 retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in early 2008 named wooden puzzles as their best-selling puzzles.
— An Emma Moody bear puzzle version is also available.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18091 (added 3/24/2008)
The set includes 102 pieces, including pieces designed especially for building a personal frontier. Pieces include vehicles, western characters and roofing and logs so kids can build a real wood cabin.
– “The Wild West wooden set by Schylling — we sell at least one of all of those every day,” Manager Jessie Ryals and Owner Michelle Wood of Whippersnappers in St. Simon’s Island, Ga., told TDmonthly in early 2008.
– Schylling offers “lots of nice incentives for retailers, such as with shipping,” Donna Sedgwick of Toy Mill in Tiverton, R.I., told TDmonthly.
– “I’ve noticed a trend back to [wooden toys],” Ray Willis, owner of Toys & Bicycles in Westerly, R.I., told TDmonthly. “Grandparents and parents who had them … are bringing kids today into their past.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 17657 (added 2/21/2008)
A remake of the original 60’s doll, Flatsy is flat, yet bendable and poseable. The Flatsy collection includes six 4-3/4” dolls, each equipped with their own assortment of hair accessories. The trendy doll fits perfectly in pockets.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16903 (added 1/3/2008)
Simply turn the handle on the box and a plush Peter Pirate jumps out of the tin box. The Peter Pirate line also includes a domed keepsake box and an alarm clock. Items in the Peter Pirate collection, which also includes a domed keepsake box and an alarm clock, have a suggested retail price of $9.99 to $19.99.
— “Products by Schylling, such as Jack-in-the-Box” are best sellers at Clever Kids in Rochester, Minn., according to Owner Michelle Beyer.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16654 (added 12/19/2007)
The colorful treasure-chest-shaped keepsake box is made of tin and comes with plastic edges and a plastic handle. A sturdy metal clasp keeps the contents of the treasure chest safe. Items in the Peter Pirate collection, which also includes a jack-in-the-box and an alarm clock, have a suggested retail price of $9.99 to $19.99.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16653 (added 12/19/2007)
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