The Razor RSF350 is the hottest two-wheel sensation to hit the ground since the full-sized RSF650. Powered by a high-torque, chain-driven motor and designed with authentic street-bike styling, the RSF350 delivers big-time performance in a compact ride.
Twist the throttle and feel the RSF350 launch into action with its electric-powered acceleration, hitting speeds up to 22 kilometers per hour/14 mph for up to 30 minutes of continuous use.
Fairing are made from shatter resistant plastic, handlebars are riser style with adjustable angles for comfort, grips made from soft rubber.
Folding metal foot pegs.
Features a 24 V (2 x 12 V) sealed rechargeable lead acid battery.
Perplexus is the original challenging 3D Labyrinth contained within a sphere! Inside of the Perplexus Original you’ll discover 22 feet worth of track containing 100 challenging barriers!
Flip twist & spin your way to the finish line! Perplexus is easy-to-use, but hard to master! Flip, twist and spin Perplexus to move the ball along the numbered path. When you fall off the track (Yes, it will happen!) head back to the start and try again.
It’s a bendy, trendy, can’t put it down challenge! There are multiple levels of difficulty to master!
Also challenge yourself with Perplexus Rookie, Perplexus Epic, and Perplexus Twist! They’re all easy to play, but hard to master!
Canadian MSRP: $12.99 for Mini, $24.99 for Rookie, $34.99 for Epic
Baby Choo-Choo Train comes as a set with one Hopscotch Rabbit Baby figure. Children can take Cuddle Bear baby traveling along this sweet site-seeing railway and stop at the mini-station when the Baby Critters arrive at their destination.
The set includes two cars for riding and a mini-station for arrival and departures.
This playset is ready for play as a stand-alone product. It includes a slide, ladder, sandbox, and other fun baby playthings.
Canadian MSRP: $24.95 at Mastermind and Scholars Choice.
This hilarious game will create instant laughter as family and friends do their best to avoid stepping in – you guessed it – POOP compound!
Players place mounds of brown compound on the game mat, then take turns spinning the spinner to find out how many steps to take across the mat while blindfolded. The player to make it to the end of the mat while stepping in the fewest poops, wins! It’s the ultimate potty-themed challenge!
Bill Reese has been production director at The Toy Insider since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and playing with his little boy Jonah.
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