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Motivated by its motto of "creating the future through reviving the past," Schylling launched its Equestrian line of collectible toys. The flagship model is The Horse Race Derby, a tin wind-up toy that has four thoroughbreds, individually numbered, running for the roses on a 12" diameter track.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 1670 (added 12/7/2004)
This 643-part set, with a carrying case, builds 25 models and includes a motor. Previously distributed by Nikko America (6.2.09).
--This set was named as a “top seller” by Brio’s senior product manager Kay Thomson.
--Erector sets are among the Top 10 product lines of 2004 at YoungBuilder.com.
--YoungBuilder’s co-owner Mark Carson noted a trend toward “nostalgic” sets, noting that “the Baby Boomer generation is searching for toys that encourage creativity and problem-solving skills” for their kids and grand-kids.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 2277 (added 1/31/2005)
Kids can use one of many push-button settings on this plastic megaphone to alter their voices in different ways. It comes in a variety of colors and requires a 9-volt battery, not included.
— Kevin Pohle, Head Wizard and Owner of The Wizard’s Chest in Denver, finds these to be good sellers, as well as loud.
— Lindsay Demyan, sales associate at White Rabbit Toys in Ann Arbor, Mich., said kids love picking this toy up and marching around her store changing their voices with it.
— “Voice changers are some of the loudest things we have,” explained John Jame, assistant manager at the Los Angeles Toys “R” Us. “They are the greatest for kids of all ages.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4265 (added 8/23/2005)
Made of wood with nylon strings, this child-sized version of an adult guitar is practically the real thing. The guitar even comes with tuning instructions to turn young musicians into pros in no time. At 24? long, it can be stored easily without taking up too much space.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 5237 (added 10/27/2005)
Cheery ladybugs and flowers are sprinkled across this tough little dinner set. It includes an 8.5” plate, 6.5” bowl, 2.5” cup and a fork and spoon that measure 5.5” each. All of the items are top-shelf dishwasher safe.
— This ladybug set is one of the best selling dinner products at Gepetto’s Toy Box in Oak Park, Ill., said owner Eric Masoncup.
— Decorated dinner sets for girls also do well at the Green Caboose in Stroudsburg, Pa., commented owner Diane Glasier.
— Schylling also offers a Ladybug Tea Set made of porcelain, for little hostesses who’ve mastered their manners.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6184 (added 12/23/2005)
This handheld pinball game encases a small baseball field in clear plastic and a tin back. There are small indentations on each base and in the outfield that players try to launch the white marbles into.
— Pinball games with marbles sell well for Grayce McLaughlin, owner of Touch of Grayce in Geneseo, N.Y. This baseball one sells the best, she said.
— Tom Levin, owner of Tom’s Toys Inc. in Great Barrington, Mass., said the Space Pinball from the company sells the best of these games because it comes in at a low price point.
— Ron Malinowski, owner of online retailer ArsaToys, said this “simple and inexpensive game” is an “average seller” that appeals to baseball fans.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7366 (added 3/28/2006)
This retro-cool ride-on toy features a vibrant colored steel body, detailed chrome accents, horn, working steering column, plastic fenders and rubber tires. It’s 29.5” long. Some assembly required.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7368 (added 3/29/2006)
This deluxe set of timeless erector pieces (today manufactured by French company Meccano S.N. and distributed in the United States by NIKKO) includes everything needed to build more than 50 different models. The set contains 643 parts including steel girders, plates, wheels, nuts and bolts. It comes with instructions for building a 4x4 truck with articulated arm, dragster, submarine, helicopter and more. A power tool is included for easier construction. Previously distributed by Nikko America (6.2.09).
— Cheryl Richmond, owner of Punkin Doodles in Havre, Mont., told TDmonthly that the smaller Erector sets are big in her store: “The preference is for sets with 4 or 5 models to build rather than 15 or 20. At least that’s the trend for us.” Two other retailers agreed in spring 2007 that Erector sets sell well in their stores.
— Specialty retailers reported to TDmonthly average sales of 15 Erector sets per month.
— Juan Alejo, product manager for Erector Sets, told TDmonthly about the Special Editions Set: "It's just pretty cool. It comes with its own carrying case, so that all the parts can be kept safely. It's made of plastic and metal, and is ideal for kids aged 8 to 15."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7575 (added 4/14/2006)
Children who love watching nature can now keep it close to them with this lovely butterfly porcelain tea set in a basket. Thirty pieces come packed together, including cutlery, a tablecloth and cloth napkins. Teacups measure 1¼" tall.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7985 (added 5/24/2006)
Made of tin, this classic tea set is great for little hands. Set includes 4 plates, 4 cups and saucers, a teapot and a serving tray.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7986 (added 5/24/2006)
Kids can get grilling with this mini barbecue set. The set comes complete with tongs and spatula for flipping those delicious wooden burgers. Please note: For pretend play only.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7987 (added 5/24/2006)
Seventy wooden pieces to build great structures are included in this kit, which resembles a classic building toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8566 (added 7/14/2006)
This tin kitty makes a great holiday decoration. Each Penny Toy has a delicate string attached.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8609 (added 7/19/2006)
These 3.5” tall dolls are made of porcelain with delicate outfits. They come in green, pink and purple. Helen Noland, owner of Father Goose in Macon, Ga., stocks fairy dolls by Schylling Toys.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8647 (added 7/21/2006)
When kids slip on one of these classic, adjustable mood rings, the high-quality stones shift colors, depending on the wearer’s state of mind. The metal rings are U.S.-made.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9075 (added 8/21/2006)
These cute plastic earrings have a magnetic backing so girls who aren’t ready to pierce can still doll up. Other styles include dolphins, strawberries, tulips, ducks and teddy bears.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9361 (added 9/13/2006)
A little girl can become a flower fairy in no time with this costume, which includes wings, headband, wand and tutu in a decorative plastic carrying bag.
— “We have them year-round,” was the testament to the sales consistency of Schylling costumes given by Susan Pruett, manager at Kilmarnock Toy Store in Kilmarnock, Va.
— “It’s the same type things as Halloween. I just increase the number at Halloween,” said Terry Myers of Kaleidoscope Toys in Round Rock, Texas.
— Eight retailers told TDmonthly that fairy costumes flew off the shelves.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9445 (added 9/21/2006)
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A simple but classic toy product that never seems to go out of style, this set comes with 220 glass marbles, 10 shooter marbles and instructions for 6 games. It’s packaged in a wooden box that has a sliding lid.
— “I would say my most popular classic toys are made by Schylling. I think they’re so popular because it reminds the parents of their childhood,” remarked Julie Nicolazzo of Toy Boat in Hudson, Mass.
— When asked about the best-selling classics in their store, Chris Gale of Toys Games & More in Clayton, Calif., replied, “Probably the smaller things, things like marbles by Schylling.”
— Stephen Medina, communications manager at Schylling, provided TDmonthly with his thoughts: “It’s a complete set for the marble lovers. They’re made of real glass. It’s real clear. It’s got excellent packaging and is sturdy. You can take the marbles on the go.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9732 (added 10/23/2006)
This battery operated toy will keep children entertained for hours. When the switch is flipped to activate the amazing escalating action, three colorful penguins climb to the top of the iceberg mountain and descend down a tremendous slide. At the bottom, the penguins automatically start up the snow stairs again to create continuous Penguin Race action. The product requires simple assembly and one D battery (not included). Launch date: May 11, 2006
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9778 (added 10/25/2006)
Chatter Stones look like normal metal stones, but sure don't act like them. Manipulating and throwing these stones with metallic properties can produce unusual sounds, and they can feel strange to the touch. Kids and adults will be mesmerized by their unique attributes.
— Diane Robinson, owner of Silly Goose in Essex, Mass., named Chatter Stones as an affordable stocking stuffer.
— Patti Tepper–Rasmussen, owner of Learning Tree Toys, Games & Books Inc. in Oklahoma City, Okla., recommended "the magnetic stones that you throw up in the air," as well.
— Edmund Scientifics, an online vendor/retailer, offers a fun suggestion: "Simply hold the Chatter Stones in the palm of one hand. Using your thumb, separate them to about half an inch apart and toss them upward. With a little practice, they will produce a wild sound."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10230 (added 11/27/2006)
The Schylling Buzz Ballz are metal balls whose magnetic properties make for some interesting play experiences. You can throw them up in the air, rub them together, or roll them on the table. They'll do funny things and make strange noises. The Buzz Ballz are a quick and easy solution to boredom and can even capture the attention of wandering adult minds, too.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10280 (added 11/28/2006)
Since he's made of tin, you can call him Tinny. Or, if you think it's a she, you can call her Tina. Either way, a simple wind-up brings this metal friend to life, as it makes its way forward step after step. It can have friends and accessories, too, since Schylling has an entire line of wind-ups.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10281 (added 11/28/2006)
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)
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)
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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)
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