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5 inch Labbit by Frank Kozik

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This cute Labbit($20) by designer Frank Kozik. He has designed the classic Smorkin' labbit. Rotocast in pure white soft vinyl with bright innocent eyes, each one of the 4 styles of Labbit comes with 4 different accessories to interchange - a banana, pipe, lollipop, ice cream cone, mustache and much more! 4 different accessory packs in total. They are so cute.
Price: $20   |   BUY

Stainless Steel Playing Cards

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At nealy $200 a pack, the Stainless Steel Playing Cards(GBP 100; about $200), they're certainly going to prevent cheating at your next poker game. The cool Nevada Playing cards are crafted from high grade stainless steel and totally look the part! Each brush satin finished card is beautifully etched with a specially created English style playing card design.
Price: GBP 100   |   BUY

Destination Moon Luna Rocket

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Sometime in the late 1950's, I sat with my mother and father in our darkened living room, my eyes focused intently on the glowing screen of our Philco television set. We were watching a local network broadcast of the movie Destination Moon... The classic rocketship from the George Pal movie. Destination Moon Rocket($60); It is a classis rocket, so iconic in atomic age. This all resin kit stands 16 inches when assembled. [Thanks, Three]
Price: $60   |   BUY

Bandai Tachikoma Robot

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The cool Bandai Tachikoma Robot($200;Pre-order now, shipping in Feb 2008) comes from the popular anime series and video game "Ghost in the Shell". The Robot can be connected to your computer via USB. The witty robot would be able to read your email, to create and carry out applications. The tank will also be capable of playing mini-games that Bandai will be developing in the near future. A looks good toy.
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Price: $200   |   BUY

Solar-Powered Helicopter

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Wow! The Solar-Powered Helicopter($28), toss out those AAA's batteries and go green with this little birch wood helicopter. The solar rotor spins with a beam of light (natural or bulb). Available in red, green and bule colors.
Price: $28   |   BUY

The New York Times Electronic Crossword

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This handheld digital crossword device($70) contains 1,000 puzzles from The New York Times archive, including new puzzles for 2007. It built-in a 4" x 2 1/2" LCD, a stylus allows you to select and place letters on the touch-sensitive screen (like a PDA) for precise puzzle solving, and a memory feature lets you stop in the middle of a formidable puzzle and complete it later.
Price: $70   |   BUY

Automoblox A9 Compact

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The cool modular-wooden-toy-car, Automoblox A9 Compact($32). Each automoblox can be disassembled individually and reassembled using parts and wheels from other automoblox vehicles. Designed by Patrick Calello. The A9 comes with 3 blocks, 4 wheels, 4 people, 2 connectors & 1 roof Materials: Polycarbonate Plastic and German Beechwood. The interlocking parts can combine to form the super-stretch, mother-hybrid, SUV-limo you always dreamt about.
Price: $32   |   BUY

Q-BA-MAZE Toy

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We have reported a toy - Magnetix I-Coaster. Today this toy also use marble. The toy Q-BA-MAZE has 20 to 50 pieces can be built together to make different mazes for marble. Roll a marble through sculptural tunnels you build out of the rapid-prototyped pieces. Created by architectural designer Andrew Comfort. Check the video after the more.
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Porsche Kinderbob Sled

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If you need a Porsche's logo and not big budget for your kid's bobsled, you might want to consider this Porsche Design winter toy as an eye-catching alternative. and the Porsche Kinderbob($115) has a silver base color and details in red. It features handlebars, damping, metal runners and a horn. This bobsled is available for 77.35 (about $115 USD) from the Porsche Design website.
Price: EUR 77.5   |   BUY

Retro Wind-Up Tin Ping Pong Toy

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During the first half of the 20th Century, tin toys of all kinds were manufactured in Shanghai and shipped all over the world. Retro Wind-Up Tin Ping Pong Toy($25), also manufactured in Shanghai, keeps the tradition alive with a design inspired by the toys of yesteryear. Use the key to wind it up, release, and watch the two figures, paddle in hand, move back and forth. The ball moves too!
Price: $25   |   BUY

mySky

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mySky($375) comes from Meade. It is a new way to explore the universe, you just point and shoot to the planets, starts or constellations. The point-and-shoot device features a 480 x 234 display, a 12 channel GPS receiver for auto alignment, electronic accelerometers for direction finding, and magnetic North sensors. It has audio to match what you are seeing, so it is like having your own planetarium. Check out more video from the Meade' site for how to work.
Price: $375   |   BUY

MC mallet

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MC mallet - CNC cut flat packed hammer. Ideal for woodworking, cooking, furniture assembly or as a child's toy. It designed by the Australia Sydney-based Vert Design.
Price: $40   |   BUY

Magnetix I-Coaster

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Today bring a toy like a roller coaster vehicle, but it carried a Magnetix ball. The Magnetix iCoaster($158) combines speed, high-tech design, and magnetism into one package. As with all Magnetix toys, the basis of the iCoaster is magnetic power. Kids will be amazed as the rider ball seemingly levitates on the track of the coaster at high speeds, and they can construct the iCoaster in up to 10 different ways. The ball will go through loop-de-loops, trampolines, sheer drops, and corkscrews. It will even "float" across broken areas in the track. Perhaps the most impressive feature is the "magnetic elevator," which carries the ball up a shaft through magnetic power alone. It also comes with a Sound FX and Music Studio, kids can use to put a soundtrack to their coaster for trig different sound effects or just plug your iPod or Zune into the module and listen to your own music instead.
Price: $158   |   BUY

Giant Microbes

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Giants Microbes($8 each) are cute. They are stuffed animals that look like tiny microbes. They just only a million times actual size. Each 5-to-7 inch doll is accompanied by an image of the real microbe it represents, as well as information about the microbe.
Price: $8   |   BUY

Toys 2008 Wall Calendar

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STRANGEco has joined forces with MTV Books again to bring this cool new 2008 wall calendar - Toys 2008 Wall Calendar($14). The calendar includes toys by Andrew Bell, Jeremy Fish, tokidoki, Sam Flores, Luke Chueh, Monkey vs. Robot and others.
Price: $14   |   BUY