1. Hasbro

Hasbro

Hasbro

Hasbro, Inc. is an American worldwide toy and board game company. It is the largest toy maker in the world in terms of stock market value. The Company offers games, toys, and game sets. Hasbro Canada markets serves children and adults worldwide. The Hasbro stroller is easy to use and folds very easily. All you have to do is push a button on the handle and it will fold then you can push it down. It handles really well on all street pavements and has brakes on the handle in case you need to stop from moving. The handle has two open spaces to put the baby bottles and the height of the stroller can be adjusted to your height so it will be easier to push. I like its wheels and the fact that you could attach the car seat to the stroller. Its bottom has a basket with ample space to put your diaper bag and any other child things you might need.

2. Mattel

Mattel

Mattel

Mattel, Inc. Barbie is the platinum blonde in power at Mattel, the toy maker in the world. Its products include Barbie and Polly Pocket dolls, Fisher-Price toys, Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars, American Girl dolls and books, and various Disney, Nickelodeon, and other licensed brands.  Mattel, the maker of Barbie, Fisher Price, and Monster High toys, have already been impacted by the Toys ‘R’ Us bankruptcy. The company has seen its global sales fall since the company filed for its bankruptcy.

 

3. Fisher Price

Fisher-Price

Fisher-Price

Fisher Price is an American company that produces educational toys for children and infants, headquartered in East Aurora, New York. This is the second time this year that lead paint has shown up on toys made in China for the U.S. market. And this time, it is Fisher-Price making the recall. The Smart Toy is the most brilliant idea for an interactive toy ever. It’s cute, cuddly, has a friendly voice and provides ton of fun children. Included was a charger, but no cube, a yellow mini backpack & 9 smart cards. The cards included snacks, music, adventure, time, calendar, brushing teeth and more. You need to hold the card in front of the toy’s eyes to read, but it takes a few times. Your child will instantly fell in love! This toy upon startup had my child’s heart with her welcoming friendly words. Interacts right away and stays interacting as long as you push gently on the toy’s stomach. This toy is different than the many other talking toys with a limited range of activities that are played with only once or twice. There are so many activities that it never gets boring. The activities can be chosen via cards that are read by the toy and it often says the child’s name like a real “friend” would; the way they’ve developed interactive is wonderful too – the toy waits for responses and reacts to them which is perfect for older children who more easily recognize and tire of canned responses. The accompanying app allows parents to control volume and play sessions which can limit time, initiate bed time activities, brushing their teeth activities etc.

4. Chicco

Chicco

Chicco

Chicco is a unique rocking and galloping foot powered ride-on horse that grows with the child. Once the rocking base has been removed, the horse can be adjusted for the appropriate size of the child thanks to the exclusive Easy Ride system. This unique system allows the parent to adjust the tension by simply turning the dial. The pony ‘s legs will then adjust to the weight of the child. This enables the child to properly ride the pony as they grow. This function can be disabled by using the lock setting and then Rodeo becomes a sit n ride toy.

5. Nintendo

Nintendo

Nintendo

Nintendo Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational consumer electronics and video game company headquartered in Kyoto. All you need is a Nintendo Switch system and Nintendo Labo kit, which includes the engineered cardboard sheets, accessories, and Nintendo Labo software for that kit. No tools are necessary to build Toy-Con projects. Nintendo Labo is released as individual Labo Kits, each containing a set of pre-made cardboard cut-outs and other materials, used to make one or more “Toy-Con”, and a Nintendo Switch game card, which contains interactive instructions on how to assemble the Toy-Con and software that the Toy-Con can interact with.

6. Nerf

Nerf

Nerf

Nerf is a toy brand created by Parker Brothers and currently owned by Hasbro. Most of the toys are a variety of foam-based weaponry, with other Nerf products including balls for sports like American football, basketball and baseball. Nerf darts and high-impact rounds can hurt a little when they hit you, but they won’t cause injury under usual circumstances. And they they don’t hurt any more than modded dart guns: I shot myself point-blank in the forehead with only a light sting and no visible mark. They can bounce off walls for angled trick shots. Basically it works like a mini spud gun. You pump air into the pressure chamber, then pull the trigger/flip a ball valve/press the button on a solenoid to fire. flywheels, these are relatively new. There are two spinning flywheels on motors, and you pull the trigger to push the dart into the flywheel.

 

7. Mega

Mega Brands

Mega Brands

Mega Brands Inc., formerly known as Mega Bloks Inc. and Ritvik Holdings, is a Canadian children’s toy company currently owned by Mattel. The company distributes a wide range of construction toys, puzzles, and craft-based products. Mega Bloks have inspired an entire subculture of fascinating designs built with their plastic building blocks. While Lego bricks are more expensive, they are usually considered to be higher quality. Some of the building blocks from the two brands are compatible. Lego and Mega Blocks are two brand names of construction-type toys as well as mini figures. Blocks are often assembled in sets or in figures by interlocking and connecting the pegs/studs in the plastic, rectangular blocks. The main difference between both toys is the company that produces them.

8. VTech

VTech

VTech

VTech is a Hong Kong-based global supplier of electronic learning products from infancy to preschool and the world’s largest manufacturer of cordless phones. VTech is a world leader in age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children. As a pioneer in the learning toy category, VTech develops high-quality, innovative educational products that enrich children’s development and make learning fun. V-techengine is a variable valve timing and lift electronic control engine. This whole thing revolves around the fuel injection.