Strider has introduced the ST-3 to its PREbike range. With over 200,000 original Strider
PREbikes sold last year in 35 countries, the latest model is ten per cent lighter and is available in six frame colours. The ST-3 has a new range of accessories which enable children to customise their wheels, saddle and handlebar grips.
P-REX THE DINOSAUR
P-Rex is the latest addition to Cuties and Pals – a kids luggage solution by Picture Case, maker of polycarbonate suitcases and backpacks. The 13-inch P-Rex retails at around £25 while the 17-inch suitcase, which fits most airlines’ weight and size restrictions, has an RRP of £50.
Suitable for children from 24 months and over, the Cuties and Pals
MOSHI MAGIC CHOC
The In Thing is releasing three new Magic Choc products based on the kids virtual world phenomenon, Moshi Monsters. The flexible and edible 100g
Moshi Fun Pack has an RRP of £4.99, while the 225g Moshi-tastic pack will retail at around £9.99. There is also a 400g Monster-ific party box retailing at £19.99 which is
MELROSE KIDS: 0800 840 4068 With an RRP of around £84.99,
the ST-3 requires no tools for assembly and has a quick-adjust to alter the seat and handlebars. As with all Strider models the
ST-3 can be fitted with an Extra- Long Seatpost and Saddle, recommended for children over three and a half years-old. There are also toddler sized Mini-Grips and Handlebars and Mini-Saddle.
PICTURE CASE: 01371 878047
are made of ABS polycarbonate, giving them a hard shell to protect the belongings inside them, while also being lightweight enough for children to pull along independently. The two-wheeled pull-along suitcases have an adjustable, two station handle. P-Rex and its range of friends are currently selling in John Lewis and House of Fraser.
THE IN THING: 0845 365 3030
currently exclusive to customers of Toys R Us.
Each pack includes a model ideas booklet along with a mixture of milk, dark and white Belgian chocolate which can be squished and moulded into any shape or Moshi character. The chocolate has no artificial flavourings or colouring, and no added preservatives.
Invented over 20 years ago, Wrebbits puzzles were early pioneers of the 3D jigsaw revolution and have sold over 30 million units worldwide. The latest offerings recreate world-famous structures like Big Ben and the Taj Mahal. With over 750 pieces, the puzzles apparently have the highest piece count on the market.
COILEDSPRING: 0870 446 1515 The puzzles are designed to be
strong, with pieces which are thick and easy to handle and made from non-toxic polyethylene foam. Roger Martin, Coiledspring Games
director, said: “We are thrilled to launch Wrebbit’s 3D jigsaws, adding a contemporary twist to a much- loved product we are sure these will be a great success.”