Nanodots’ orb-shaped playthings have a gyroscopic set of four neodymium magnets inside, which causes them to attract and repel, offering hours of distraction for fidgeters, and a fun educational science gizmo for kids.
Did you know that Mr. Potato Head used to be a more useful Pet Rock? Speaking of which, the Pet Rock made its “inventor” a millionaire, even though rocks are, you know, free. All that and more in Mental Floss’ list of toy facts.
The LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Series 76023 not only showcases the largest official LEGO Tumbler, it will also come with exclusive minifigs of Christian Bale’s Batman and Heath Ledger’s Joker. Drops this September for $200.
Water gun? Airsoft? Nerf? Pffff. Talk to this motherflippin’ cannnon. Make it rain with the tackiest rich man’s toy you’ll ever see. The Cash Cannon fires bills or any similarly sized object. Runs on a 9-volt battery.
One of the greatest TV shows ever made gets one of the cutest series of vinyl figures you’ll ever see. The Breaking Bad collection features ten 3.75″ figures. They didn’t quite get Jesse’s look, but that Gus Fring figure is the bomb(ed).