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Looking for a gift for your kid? How about an educational toy to make learning fun for him/her? Or maybe something like a doll or soft toy to enhance your child’s imaginative skills? Click here to read more about toys.

Discover the iconic Porsche 911 GT3 RS! Celebrate innovative engineering and design from one of the world’s leading car manufacturers with this stunning LEGO® Technic model. Developed in partnership with Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG, this elegantly packaged LEGO Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS with its sleek aerodynamic lines, adjustable rear spoiler and orange bodywork is packed with authentic features and functions that capture the magic of the iconic supercar, and the attention to detail is clear from the outset! Open the doors and you’ll discover an elaborate cockpit with racing seats, working gearbox, steering wheel with gearshift paddles, detailed dashboard and a glove compartment containing a unique serial number. Lift the rear lid and you’ll have access to a detailed flat 6 engine with moving pistons, while under the hood you’ll find a storage area with suitcase. Red suspension springs, detailed brake calipers and original-design rims with special low-profile road-gripping tires add the final touches to this magnificent model! • Features authentically designed aerodynamic bodywork, adjustable rear spoiler, headlights and taillights, red suspension springs, original-design rims with RS emblem, detailed brake calipers, low-profile tires, working gearbox, working steering wheel with gearshift paddles, detailed seating, glove compartment with unique model serial number, opening doors, opening hood containing a suitcase, and an opening rear lid with detailed flat 6 engine. • Includes a collection of authentic stickers. • Check out the orange color scheme. • Open the doors to access the detailed cockpit. • Lift the rear lid to access the detailed flat 6 engine with moving pistons. • Open the glove compartment to reveal the unique serial number. • Delivered in luxurious box packaging. • Includes a special full-color collector’s book including the history of LEGO® Technic and Porsche GT cars, plus comprehensive building instructions. • This LEGO® Technic model is designed to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience. • This set includes over 2,700 pieces. • This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 16+. • Porsche 911 GT3 RS measures over 6” (17cm) high, 22” (57cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide.
Airlift massive loads with the Heavy Lift Helicopter! Build and experience the awesome LEGO® Technic Heavy Lift Helicopter! This huge, robust 2-in-1 model is packed with authentic details and exciting features. Activate the included Power Functions motor to spin the contra-rotating rotors, lower the loading ramp, open the cargo bay doors, lower the winch and hoist up the included cargo. This amazing model also features movable elevator and rudders, and a multidirectional nose wheel… it’s just like the real thing! Rebuild it to create a powerful Tandem Rotor Helicopter! •Includes a LEGO Power Functions motor for an array of motorized functions, including contra-rotating rotors, working winch, and opening loading ramp and cargo bay doors. •Features huge double rotors, 2 large engines, movable elevator and rudders, buildable cargo accessory and a multidirectional nose wheel. •Check out the awesome orange, white and gray color scheme. •Activate the LEGO Power Functions! •Start up the contra-rotating rotors and prepare for takeoff. •Lower the winch and lift the cargo. •Move the joystick to operate the elevator and rudders. •This LEGO Technic model is designed to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience. •Appropriate for children aged 10 to 16. •2-in-1 model: rebuilds into a Tandem Rotor Helicopter. •Heavy Lift Helicopter measures over 8” (22cm) high, 23” (60cm) long and 20” (53cm) wide •Tandem Rotor Helicopter measures over 7” (19cm) high, 31” (80cm) long and 19” (49cm) wide

Toys: Every Child’s Entertainment

Toys: An Ever-Present Object In History

Toys have existed since forever. It could be a simple piece of string to play Cat’s Cradle or a Barbie doll with her many dresses and shoes, toys are ever-present in history. Back then, toys were used as a way to keep children occupied while their parents are busy with work. Today’s toys are so much more than just a way to keep children occupied.

Toy companies like Fisher-Price produce educational toys that can help teach babies and young children to read and count, while building blocks like LEGO (produced by The Lego Group) and Mega Bloks (produced by Mega Brands Inc., owned by Mattel) teach children how to let their imagination soar. With so many toy companies present in the world today, it is no wonder that children today are never short of playthings.

Top Brands of Toys

Here on iprice, we know that variety and quality is what’s needed for any parent to keep their child happy. We provide the best brands for the best toys that we can find for your child’s needs:

  • Fisher-Price
    • Toys for babies and toddlers
    • Educational and fun with bright colours that will attract your little one’s attention
    • Safe to play and durable
  • Barbie
    • Dolls for girls
    • Add on clothes, accessories, houses, cars and so much more
    • Encourages imagination and social skills
  • Hot Wheels
    • Catered to boys
    • Cars in various designs that look cool and would make a great collection
    • Add on racetracks to make racing with the cars fun
  • LEGO
    • Toy building bricks
    • Manufacture sets for both girls and boys
    • Encourages children to think outside the box and build anything they can imagine

Toys: Ten Fun Facts

  1. In 1952, Mr. Potato Head was the first toy to be advertised on television. It also required a real potato in order to be used.
  2. Play-Doh was originally created to be a wallpaper cleaner.
  3. Rubix Cube was invented by a young Hungarian architecture professor in 1974. It was first sold in a Budapest toy shop in 1975.
  4. NSA banned Furbys from its offices in 1999 as they feared that the toys would record and spill secrets in their cutesy voices.
  5. Barbie’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
  6. Hot Wheels created a diamond-encrusted toy car for its 40th anniversary. It is reportedly the most expensive toy car with a value of US$140,000.
  7. A LEGO brick can take up to 950 pounds of force without breaking.
  8. The first version of Monopoly was created by a woman named Elizabeth Magie.
  9. Uno was invented in 1971 by Merle Robbins, who had an argument with his son about the rules of another popular card game, ‘Crazy Eights’. To come up with a solution to the argument, he invented a new card game and called it ‘Uno’.
  10. The creator of Tamagotchi, Aki Maita, came up with the idea for the world’s first virtual pet while she was searching for the perfect companion that would suit her busy lifestyle and small apartment.
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