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Outdoortoys Hy-Pro


01582 500 846 | www.zincsports.com Zinc has extended its scooter range to include two new inline scooters this year, the GTX-R and the Outlaw. The foldable scooters from Zinc have individual features and are suitable for children over the age of fi ve. The Zinc GTX-R is the fi rst folding inline scooter on the market with a real working speedometer. The innovative design incorporates two features into one scooter; the scooter emits sparks when the brake is applied, while the digital speedometer allows distance and speed to be measured and saved for future reference to monitor progress and performance. With the adjustable handle bar, it can suit any child’s height and folded away for storage at any stage. The Zinc Outlaw scooter features a real living


fl ame effect close by the rear wheel. The glowing fl are whilst breaking is visually appealing and lasts for hours. It is ideal for transport as it folds away neatly and takes up little space, fi tting easily in the back seat of a car, into small car boots and also storing at home. With the introduction of new features on outdoor wheeled products every year, the Zinc team will be launching new ranges in 2014.


TKC Sales 01380 872 950 |


www.tkcsales.co.uk To mark its 25th anniversary year in 2014, distributor of outdoor active products TKC Sales will introduce an innovative range of products for ‘Active Kids & Active Minds’ called Air Circus, which will be launched at the London Toy Fair under TKC’s own brand. Air Circus has been previewed by some of the UK’s largest retailers with listings already confi rmed. Having built on TKC’s 24 years


of trading and their extensive experience of working with multi- category sports and toy retailers and manufacturers, the range of Active Minds products includes the stand- out added value Bat’n’Ball Board Game Set. With a backgammon and chess/chequer board printed on the bats, and all the game pieces included, this 4-in-1 innovation is ideal for days when the weather forces play indoors. Other traditional products in the Active Kids range include garden games such as a Wooden Croquet


Set, Badminton & Volleyball, a Boules Set, three-player Hopper Racing, and a Beach Bat’n’Ball Set. The multi-coloured Bubble Machine produces thousands of bubbles every minute, ideal for parties and discos both indoors and out. The Air Circus range will be a key focus during TKC’s special anniversary year, while the company continues to focus on distributing existing high-quality lifestyle products from Aerobie, Nerf, Slip’n’Slide and Stomp Rocket.


H Grossman


01416 132 525 | www.ozbozz.co.uk Grossmans offers award-winning outdoor ranges; the Ozbozz range for younger age groups features the classic My First Scooter, which adapts from a four wheeler to a trike, to a two wheeler. Grossmans also has a full range of bestselling light-up and fl ashing scooters in a wide range of styles including Trail Twist, Cosmic Light and Lightning Strike. Moshi Monsters scooters are available in traditional two-wheeled light-up format, and the brand new


Poppet range includes two scooters, a two wheeler and a three wheeler. This year’s new range of Mr. Men licensed product includes a Trail Twist Scooter with modern styling. There is also a complete range of skates, pogo sticks, skipping ropes, pop-up tents and bucket chairs. Older children aged seven years and above can get the new colour co-ordinated Elektra range of scooters which form part of a complete collection with skateboards, pogo sticks, hog trikes, award-winning in-line skates, quad boots and helmets. Neon colours fl ash through the range from shocking pink to ‘glow in the dark’ green. The styling is modern and sleek, and children can synchronise their colour scheme or mix and match. For enthusiasts who want to practice stunts there are the Torq stunt scooters and helmets, a high quality, durable urban range.


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