These guys are pretty avid salespeople, but they could honestly do these tricks in complete silence and we would still want to get our hands on our own hovering My Mystery UFO spacecrafts.
From the maker of Buckyballs comes Buckycubes, a cubic version of the popular magnetic toy. Each pack has 125 rare earth magnets that are easier to manipulate, thanks to their stable shape.
Kidrobotâ€™s All City Breakers are inspired by the retro classic green army men and their solid plastic bases. Each figure is offered in four colors and is paired with a boombox to deliver the beat.
It’s little boy vs. man-child(ren) in this ultimate backyard toy soldier battle. Who will win in this epic fight? Stick around to the end to see who gets the last laugh on the grown-ups.
The Crazy Calculator goes beyond letting you spell “boobies”. In prank mode, when you enter an equation it’ll display a funny reply using actual letters. Also works as a regular calculator.
Check yourself before you wreck yourself. Slip on the Stress Beater and give it your best squeeze. It may look like a set of menacing brass knuckles, but it’s actually a rubber stress reliever.
Because the classroom can be a warzone at times, designer Sebastian Bergne’s Bandit Ruler is the mischievous student’s best friend, doing double duty as a rubber band launcher. Use responsibly.
Hone your tagging skills and divert your inner rebel with Trains of Fame miniature train cars. Each car measures 20x4x2 inches and is made of ABS plastic. Tiny spray paint cans not included.
Thanks to a conductive coil in its base, when you give the “Magnet Powered Spinning Top” a spin it will keep on doing so for a week – long enough to trick kids into believing that they’re in a dream.
WETA makes full-size dupes of the first gun Wikus fired at MNU HQ for target practice. Based on the original design by Greg Broadmore, WETA says the weapon won’t fire unless you are part prawn.