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Companies confirmed for Gadget Show Live @ Christmas

Published on: 20th September 2013

Character Options, Flair, Jumbo Games, Flying Gadgets, Bladez Toys, HPI Europe, Toy Galaxy and Hasbro are all confirmed for Gadget Show Live @ Christmas.gsl300

The event takes place on 1-3 November at Earls Court in London, and tickets are now on sale at www.gadgetshowlive.net.

Character, Flair, Jumbo and Hasbro will all be demoing toys in the new Toy Arena. Run by Toyology’s Peter Jenkinson, the Toy Arena will host daily interactive play sessions giving over 3,000 children the chance to see exhibitors’ products over the course of the three-day consumer event.

Character Options will be showcasing the updated version of its robotic interactive puppy Teksta, while Flair and Jumbo will present their app toys; Flair with the Appen and Jumbo with its iPad-compatible gaming iPieces and appCards. appCards are the new way of playing family card games using smartphones and tablets. HPI Europe is a racing car specialist, and Bladez Toys and Flying Gadgets are experts in RC toys. Flying Gadgets will be demoing its ride on cars including the £1,000 Henes M7 and the officially licensed Lamborghini. Visitors will also see Hasbro’s ‘The Vault’ target range and use the N-Strike Elite Rapidstrike Cs-18 and N-Strike Mega Centurion.

Organiser Upper Street Events is expecting up to 33,000 visitors to attend Gadget Show Live @ Christmas who will be able to buy toys at the show from London-based independent retailer Toy Galaxy, which has stores in Barnet, Whitney, Harrow, Ealing and Cowley.

Toy companies interested in the last remaining spaces at Gadget Show Live @ Christmas should contact Katie Tozer by email to katiet@upperstreetevents.co.uk.

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