The biggest toy sellers announced their top toy predictions for Christmas back in July, but the mad rush for presents that is inevitably guaranteed over the next month can be avoided if your kids have asked Santa for any of the following toys:
Amazon's Top Toy List
Marble Racing Game - £24.99, Barbie Malibu Dream House - £99.99, Chill Factor Slushy Maker - £12.99, Hornby Digital Train Set - £299.00, WowWee MiP Robot - £99.99, My Friend Cayla - £59.99, Shimmer & Sparkle Knitting Loom - £29.99, Pop Chef - £9.99, Snow Glow Elsa Doll - £34.99.
Argos' Top Toy List
My Friend Cayla - £59.99, Transformers Stomp & Chomp Grimlock - £89.99, Xeno - £79.99, Teksta Dinosaur - £59.99, Disney Princess Snow Glow Elsa - £39.99, Lego City Arctic Base Camp - £69.99, Nerf Demolisher - £44.99, My Monopoly - £21.99, Little Live Pets Asstd - £9.99, Cra-Z-Loom Bracelet Maker - £14.99, V-Tech Kiddizoom Watch - £39.99, Leapfrog Leap Band Green - £29.99, Nerf Rebelle Agent Bow - £29.99.
Hamley's Top Toy List
My Friend Cayla - £75.00, Doh Vinci Style and Store Vanity Design Kit - £25.00, Kiddizoom Smart Watch - £50.00, Barbie Colour Change Bag - £40.00, Teksta T-Rex - £59.99, Leapfrog LeapTV - £135.00, Transformers Chomp & Stomp Robot - £115.00, BoomCo Rapid Madness Blaster - £65.00, Ice Skating Anna & Elsa from Frozen - £30.00, Xeno Toy - £100.00
The toy technology revolution is on again it seems! It pays to shop around (if you can) and also to start now to avoid disappointment!
If you can, try to ensure that your child gets one locally made gift, preferably from an independent store. This helps the local, independent business community to stay afloat in an age of mass market dominance from large, high street stores.
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