Cute and collectible top Toys R Us 'h...

Cute and collectible top Toys R Us 'hot toy' list

There are 3 comments on the story from Sep 20, 2010, titled Cute and collectible top Toys R Us 'hot toy' list. In it, reports that:

Toys R Us is betting that this year's hot holiday toys will take a cue from Zhu Zhu Pets, the runaway toy hit last year, by following the three C's: cute, cheap and collectible.

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B Frankly

Courtland, CA

#1 Sep 21, 2010
It is hard to believe that kids are going to settle for toys that seem like stocking stuffers such all those cute and cuddly toys I've been reading about. There are so many toys this year that could take off and take first place in the race to the top. This toy buying season will be an interesting one because kids may start demanding the big expensive toys again. Kids know what they want and parents don't want to disappoint them.

As a first choice I would pick Mattel's Dancing Mickey. He is expensive but he also cute and cuddly
and collectible to boot.

Since: Jul 13

Fremont, CA

#3 Oct 13, 2013
I would choose a phone HUAWEI Mate

Since: Jul 13

Fremont, CA

#4 Oct 13, 2013
HUAWEI Mate cute, cheap and collectible.

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