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Blow endless bubbles with new Sesame Street Bubblin’ Blast Elmo! Just pull back Elmo's head and watch as he launches a blast of bubbles into the air. Easy to use and perfect for kids 3 and up.
Awards: 2015 TDmonthly Magazine Top Toy Award
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 37245 (added 2/26/2015)
Wholesale Price: (Log in to view) MSRP: $7.99Age Range: 3 and upSKU or Item #: 452Launch Date: March 2007Gender: Boys And Girls
Young pilots will be fascinated by all the fun action of Little Kids’ Motorized No-Spill Bubble Blastin’ Plane. By holding the joystick handle, kids can run around the backyard and produce an endless jet stream of tiny bubbles — with no dipping and no messy spills. The Bubble Blastin’ Plane is complete with a spinning propeller and 4 oz. of Little Kids bubble solution (included). It requires two AAA batteries (sold separately). This plane “is the first no-spill motorized bubble blower, keeping toddlers and moms happy!” Product Manager Jade Watson of Little Kids told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 1, 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 11975 (added 3/19/2007)
The 13-piece Homerun Challenge Set comes with a bat, 4 balls, homeplate, pitcher's mound and six marker cones to set up an outfield fence. The package has instructions for 4 unique games, including Junk Ball Baseball, Ghost-Runner Baseball for two kids and imaginary runners and RBI zone baseball. Junk Ball is an amazing new plastic baseball with an adjustable dial and scuff marks that cause the ball to curve, slide, and knuckle. It makes it easy for anyone from 5 to 55 to throw all kinds of big league “junk” pitches. The ball is aerodynamically designed to move in the direction of the scuff marks. The Junk Ball bat is designed with a large “sweet spot” to drive the ball further when it is hit. Junk ball is safe to play in backyards. Homerun Challenge began shipping in March 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7606 (added 4/14/2006)
This exclusive ball is designed with air baffles and a Program-A-Pitch ring to adjust airflow. When hit by the 32" Sweet Spot Bat, it rises, falls, curves and floats. It is based on air-resistance technology.
— “It’s easy to learn how to throw a curve ball, slider, etc,” using this set, said Rob Slye, owner of Toys Ahoy in Barrington, R.I. His primary customers for the product are 5- to 8-year old boys.
— Kids and their parents were stocking up on all kinds of outdoor ball games, noted Laura Brauer, manager of Cloud Nine Toys in Sudbury, Mass. “It really is the season.”
— Sales for the Junk Ball Bat and Ball Set have been “unbelievable!” Kirk Bozigian, vice president of marketing for Little Kids told TDmonthly. “It’s been incredibly well received in specialty toy shops and sporting goods stores.” It sells well, he said, because “it has this magic dial that gives anybody the opportunity to throw screwballs, curveballs and knuckle balls just by adjusting the airflow through the ball.” The accompanying bat has a 6-inch sweet spot that lets kids hit far. “They really like that!” he said. New for 2006 is a Homerun Challenge Set with a bat, four balls, home plate, pitcher’s mound, six marker cones and four different ways to play.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6548 (added 1/12/2006)
This award-winning bubble container prevents messy spills even when turned upside down. It includes a heart-shaped wand and 4 oz. of nontoxic solution. It’s top-rack dishwasher safe and comes in pink and purple. It is recommended for ages 18 months and up.
— “They truly do not spill,” said Diana Nelson, owner of Kazoo & Company
in Denver. This tumbler was a big seller for her store in early 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 6547 (added 1/12/2006)
MSRP: $5.99Age Range: 4 and up
This sand digger has a fun added feature — a built-in water shooter that sprays over 25 feet.
— Robert Slye, owner of ToysAhoy in Barrington, R.I., said, “This is a brand new toy, and sales look pretty promising. I did put them out now, and sold more than I expected, even though it’s March and it’s snowing. It’s different, and people think it’s cool.”
— Parents like the fact that this toy is kid-powered and requires no batteries to make it work.
— Kirk Bozigian, Little Kids vice president of marketing, said, “This toy is a dream come true for preschoolers who love to dig in sand and play with water. Whether at the beach or in the backyard, this toy is great fun!”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3255 (added 3/18/2005)
Kids can make either soft-serve ice cream or sno-cones by affixing different parts in this cool, fun food maker. Kids plunk down hard ice cream into the machine and it is magically whipped into soft ice cream, while ice and flavoring are added to make a fun popsicle-like treat. The kit comes with colorful sprinkles, a Wyler’s flavor packet, spoon, cups and an instruction sheet.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3106 (added 3/2/2005)