Craze Toys presents its range at Distoy

Published on: 30th May 2018

The German toy company works with licences such as Star Wars, Disney Frozen, Mia and Me, and Dragons.

The company will be presenting a range of products at Distoy, including The Craze Bladez spinners, which are not just a spinners, they are also a strategical game. Children are able to build their own spinner by using the different parts, as they decide during a battle how they combine the different parts to create a spinner for defence or for attack. They are available in different packaging and SKUs. There are six different starter sets available, and they all have different colours and different attributes as well. Also available is the Craze Bladez Duel Set with two different spinners, two starter units and an extra large starter cord for increasing the power from the starter unit; the Craze Bladez Mega Arena, a huge arena for a great battle performance; and the Craze Bladez Battle Set which contains spinners, starter units, different starter cords, one arena and some special features.

Also available is the Craze Magic Dough, intelligent and smart putty which is the most successful one in the German market (NPD Eurotoys June 2017-April 2018). It was also nominated for Top 10 toy of the year in Germany.

On display will also be the Galupy collectible horse figurines and play sets, the Craze Splash Beadys which connect together just with adding water and are available in more than 60 SKUs, and the Craze Advent Calendars, which are toy advent calendars with 24 different toys inside, including figurines, accessories, stickers, and more.


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