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The end of this classic kaleidoscope rotates to create color explosions.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 15091 (added 9/7/2007)
Get set to sail on the high seas with this boxed set of pirate fun! This complete set of fun comes with three pirate figurines, a boat and two chests of booty. Sturdy plastic figurines are brightly painted so that young collectors can act out their favorite pirate scenes. Sturdy construction means hours of fun, and these figures can be used with other Schylling pirates and accessories. Young collectors can set up the pirates in dioramas or still poses, or use them as play figures. Schylling offers “lots of nice incentives for retailers, such as with shipping,” Donna Sedgwick of Toy Mill in Tiverton, R.I., told TDmonthly.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14756 (added 8/20/2007)
The Blue Jewel from Schylling is an iridescent jewelry box with an elegant sparkly blue scene. Just wind up the key and the box plays Swan Lake when opened, while the ballerina spins in front of the mirror. What more could a young lady ask for when storing her precious jewelry for safe keeping?
— Tom England, owner of Dancing Bear Toys & Gifts in Frederick, Md., mentioned Schylling jewelry boxes when TDmonthly asked him about great gift item sellers for girls in his store.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14510 (added 8/7/2007)
The World Famous Schylling Kazoo is made of tin, comes in a variety of colors and designs, and is packaged in Schylling's distinctive boxes. It's a colorful and affordable way to keep kids humming to their favorite tunes.
— "Given that we're called Kazoodles, we do sell a lot of kazoos," said Mary Sisson, owner of Kazoodles in Vancouver, Wash., about the Schylling Kazoos being bought up by her customers.
― About 10 kazoos get to go home with children each month, said Karen Park, owner of Zaks Gifts in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14500 (added 8/7/2007)
This 10.5"-long xylophone comes in a tray box with brightly colored metal plates that create soft and melodic tones when struck by the two included sticks. Notes are printed on the plates for easy play.
— "The small Wooden Xylophone from Schylling," said Tom England, owner of Dancing Bear Toys & Gifts in Frederick, Md., when asked about musical toys that sell well in his store.
— Two of 45 retailers cited the Schylling Xylophone as a customer-favorite musical toy, with average sales of about a dozen units a month.
— "Little musicians just love it," said Stephen Medina of Schylling Toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14257 (added 7/23/2007)
These 3.5" wooden robots interlock in many different positions to create remarkable shapes.
— These robots are a best-selling gift item, according to Tom England, owner of Dancing Bear Toys and Gifts in Frederick, Md.
— England told TDmonthly he sells about 15 units a month of the Stacking Robots.
— "They're a great remake of a classic toy. Kids love robots, but many of them are too young for our tin wind-up reproduction robots that are age-graded 8 and up," said Stephen Medina of Schylling Toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14251 (added 7/23/2007)
This combo set includes two colorful pop-up tents that pop up and down in seconds, plus a sturdy polyester tunnel that connects them. It includes hold-down pegs and a “Go Anywhere Bag.”
— Joe Berardoni Jr, owner of Pun's Toys in Bryn Mawr, Pa., told TDmonthly in a June 2013 survey that they don't sell traditional playhouses, but they do sell these nylon play tents from Schylling.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13988 (added 7/6/2007)
Designed by real-life rodeo professionals, these action figures are true to life. The riders, bulls and horses all have articulated joints that allow them to stay posed in any position for maximum play value. They stand 4” tall. Launch date: September 2005.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13371 (added 6/12/2007)
Designed by real-life rodeo professionals, these action figures are true to life. The riders, bulls and horses all have articulated joints that allow them to stay posed in any position for maximum play value. They stand 4” tall.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13370 (added 6/12/2007)
An LED light rotates inside to create many patterns. The 7”-tall novelty features an on/off button, and three AAA batteries are included. “Meteor Storms are a visual delight. By holding the button you can create several different patterns,” Sales & Marketing Coordinator Jaime Edry of Schylling told TDmonthly. And they’re “always great for summer night and outdoor festivals,” she added. Launch date: June 2004.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13148 (added 5/25/2007)
As music plays, ladybugs spin on this 4”-wide hand-painted music box. “It’s the simple things in life that put smiles on our faces. It’s something as elementary as dancing ladybugs that make us laugh,” Sales & Marketing Coordinator Jaime Edry of Schylling told TDmonthly. “This product is made from quality wood and has the potential to last from generation to generation.” Launch date: January 2004.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13147 (added 5/25/2007)
You don't have to roll the Electronic Light Up Dice from Schylling. Simply tap them on a table or surface and they'll start flashing a random number. They put a new and "flashy" twist on an old concept in games of chance. Batteries are included.
— "Light-ups do fairly well from Schylling," said Anna Barr, owner of Anna's Toy Depot in Austin, Texas, when she talked to TDmonthly about popular novelty toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13110 (added 5/24/2007)
Be the first on the scene with the Die-Cast Ambulance from Schylling. It features a pull-back motor, has a length of 4-3/4", and comes in assorted styles.
— "Ambulances" from "Schylling" were among the hot-selling die-cast items in the store of Anna Barr, owner of Anna's Toy Depot in Austin, Texas.
— “Die-cast ambulance,” James Burdette told TDmonthly, when asked to name the best-selling die-cast vehicles in his store, LB Toys in Media, Pa. His store sells “five to six” each month.
— In May 2008, two of 55 retailers singled out emergency vehicles as their best-selling die-cast.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13103 (added 5/24/2007)
The Die-Cast Farm Tractor comes with a friction power motor and is part of Schylling's line of die-cast vehicles, which includes the school bus and the mini-train.
— "Tractors" from "Schylling" were among the hot-selling die-cast items in the store of Anna Barr, owner of Anna's Toy Depot in Austin, Texas.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13102 (added 5/24/2007)
The 10"-tall Elephant on Bike tin wind-up toy is a reproduction of classic tin toys made in the 1940s and 1950s. Kids can wind the key and watch the ball spin on the elephant's trunk while he rides his bike in a circle. Schylling carries approximately 50 tin toy reproductions in its line, including many exclusives.
— Kara Fichtner, owner of Out of the Blue in Albuquerque, N.M., told TDmonthly that she sells up to 100 Schylling animal wind-ups to customers per month.
— "Collecting actual antique tin toys is extremely costly, but the Schylling Reproductions are very affordable and display just as nice," said Stephen Medina, public relations and marketing, Schylling Toys.
— Over 10 percent of 58 retailers who spoke with TDmonthly cited Schylling as a company whose products will make popular stocking stuffers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13034 (added 5/22/2007)
These die-cast trains measure 3” long and are powered by pull-back motors. The trains come in assorted styles and colors. "The Mini Trains are a perfect item to keep by the cash register for that impulse purchase for the antsy child," said Stephen Medina of Schylling Toys.
— "I do new die-cast, [including] Schylling," said Anna Barr, owner of Anna's Toy Depot in Austin, Texas.
— Among Schylling die-cast items mentioned to TDmonthly by retailers in spring 2007 were classics, pull backs, tractors, school buses, jumbo jets, ambulances and lawn mowers.
— In summer 2010, two of 38 retailers told TDmonthly that toy trains are a best-selling collectible, with one specifically naming Schylling’s Die-Cast Pull-Back Mini Train.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13027 (added 5/22/2007)
Children love the idea of having their own 8-1/2” school bus. This die-cast vehicle has a pull-back motor for pull-back-and-go action, as well as a working stop sign and swinging doors. "Schylling carries around 50 die-cast vehicles, and the large school bus is one of the best sellers," said Stephen Medina of Schylling Toys.
— “[Schylling’s] die-cast school bus,” Marilyn Walker, owner of Play Fair Toys in Boulder, Colo., told TDmonthly, when asked to name the best-selling die-cast in her store. “We sell hundreds each year.”
— Six of 34 retailers TDmonthly spoke with in spring 2007 agreed that Schylling is hot in die-cast. Nine of 55 specialty retailers who spoke with TDmonthly in May 2008 singled out school buses as their best-selling die-cast vehicles.
— Marc Slotin, owner of My Imagination Station in Spartanburg, S.C., told TDmonthly in a Summer 2011 survey that die-cast school buses were among his best-selling die-cast toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13023 (added 5/22/2007)
Erector Tuning Radio Control Light and Music System Car
This set allows children to construct three different car models that feature orange metallic paint, flaming stickers, racing tires and chrome-plated rims. It has light and sound effects as well as a full-function controller. The set includes 368 parts, including a power tool. Previously distributed by Nikko America.
— As of 8.03.2010, this product had 4 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews on Amazon.com and was No. 23 in the top 100 best-selling toys and games. PROS: Appeals to boys and holds interest. CONS: Electronics might not last as long as the model does. Can be difficult to assemble.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12799 (added 5/15/2007)
The Busy Bee Tea Set includes 13 porcelain pieces as well as cups that measure 1 1/8" tall. It's part of the Schylling Pretend Play line of tea sets that also includes the Barbie and Butterfly versions and can be bought with matching baskets. The Tea Set is an elegant way for children to engage in roleplay.
— " Our tea sets sell well. We get them from all different sorts of companies [and] we get them from Schylling," said Tristan Hewitt, manager of Dragon's Toy Box in Seattle.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12693 (added 5/7/2007)
The Rodeo Deluxe Playset brings the thrill of the rodeo into a living room. Four-inch-high action figures and bulls each have 21 points of articulation, detailed features and rodeo gear. Rodeo Champion bulls have jointed skeletons and life-like Bio-Skins that move freely to bring the bulls to life. The set is designed by professional rodeo athletes to be as authentic and true to life as possible. Kids can build the arena of their choice using real working chutes, gates and fences. Everything is scaled down for enhanced realism.
— When asked about popular playsets in her store, Cheryl Richmond, owner of Punkin Doodles in Havre, Mont., said, "Probably the Rodeo Champions by Schylling. We have a lot of cowboys around here." One other retailer agreed with Richmond.
— "We probably sell five or six per month, which, for our store, is real good,” Richmond added.
— The idea for western-themed playsets came from the company's owner, who took up horseback riding a couple of years ago, Stephen Medina of Schylling Toys told TDmonthly. "The jointed and poseable characters of the Rodeo Champions Playsets are so realistic that you’ll feel like you’re at a real rodeo or bull riding event. The play value is off the charts and the scenarios are endless."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12557 (added 5/2/2007)
Rub-a-dub-dub, there’s a big duck in your tub. Schylling Toy Company believes that bigger is better, which is why this duck is 12” long from beak to tail. The Large Rubber Duck comes with an assortment of hats for virtually any occasion a child might have in mind: rain hat, bonnet and sailor’s hat.
— "Rubber duckies by Schylling" were bath best-sellers according to Tristan Hewitt, manager of Dragon's Toy Box in Seattle. Another agreed.
— Both retailers noted that ducky sales are sporadic throughout the year.
— Mike DiAndrea, manager of Hardware Toys/Big Smile Toys in Paoli, Pa., told TDmonthly in an April 2013 survey that they sell about 5 of this toy each month, making it a best-seller in the bath toy category.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12271 (added 4/10/2007)
These 3.25” x 2.75” x 3.25” guys, sold in sets of four, are great for little ones in the tub, sandbox or just as a new pal. They’re also phthalate free.
— Although rubber duckies have “slowed down” from a few years ago, according to store owner David Campbell of Amazing Toys in Great Falls, Mont., three of 39 retailers said they were still a steady-selling bath item.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12265 (added 4/10/2007)
This tin box features a plush Circus Jester puppet and plays “Pop Goes the Weasel.” It is suitable for children over 18 months. Launch date: February 14, 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12151 (added 3/29/2007)
Now there's a way to store and display favorite gardening tools from Schylling. Rakes, shovels and a full assortment of outdoor gardening toys can all be placed in this display. The Wooden Barrel Display just might be the solution for parents tired of seeing their kid's toys splattered across the lawn and driveway. Kids can now make a game out of using their tools and storing them properly.
— "Mainly what we do [are] the plastics … the sand toys, gardening toys and things people can actually use in their yard. Schylling would be the biggest," said Jordan Walden, store manager at Finnegan's Toys and Gifts in Portland, Ore.
— "Little kid-sized rakes, shovels, brooms, trowels" are popular, agreed Mary Sisson, owner of Kazoodles in Vancouver, Wash.
— The Wooden Barrel Display is part of Schylling's Little Farmer Garden Tools line of gardening tools.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11897 (added 3/13/2007)
It's not surprising that the Schylling Wooden Pop Gun comes in a point-of-purchase display. Kids simply load and shoot the gun by pulling and pushing the handle. It comes with cork and string to ensure that nothing gets lost.
— At Silly Goose in Essex, Mass., classic toys by Schylling — including pop guns, jack-in-the-boxes and rubber horseshoe games — rank as best sellers, according to Owner Diane Robinson.
— "Our best-sellers are the old-fashioned ones, such as the Pop Gun," said Rene Leonardi, assistant manager at Ouray Toys in Ouray, Colo.
— Two of 51 retailers specifically referred to the Pop Gun as a continuing best-selling wooden toy in their stores.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11309 (added 1/31/2007)
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