Eolo Toys launches Fartist Club

Published on: 30th May 2018

Latest gross collectibles line includes four different characters, each featuring farting sounds. 

The team at Eolo Toys has introduced the grossest, noisiest farting club in town – the Fartist Club. Kids can pull their character’s finger and listen to them let rip. Each character delivers 10 random and unique fart sounds, and also features a secret 10 second delay mode which lets kids play hide’n fart. There are four characters to collect – Farty Flip, Ripping Randy, Windy Wendy and Munchy Max.

The new line will launch autumn/winter, and with over 20 countries already on board Eolo is tipping Fartist Club to be a global success. Supported with a fully comprehensive, targeted marketing campaign, the line will also benefit from plenty of online content including 3D animated webisodes, plus a DJ Fart app which allows users to create and mix fart sounds (Available on both iOS & Android stores).

Alex Prieto, director of fun at Eolo, commented: “We are having a ‘Fartastic’ time with this line; everything is happening very fast with massive support in Europe, US and Canada. We expect Fartist club to be our best line to date. We are putting in lots of resources and the resulting product and content is looking amazing. We see a big opportunity as the kidult toy market and pop culture keep growing.”

Adam Pearson, key account manager at UK distributor Geemac, added: “Gross and scary play patterns are very much on trend. Combined collectability, interactivity and value for money, we are really confident we have something special – you could say we will ‘trump’ the market with this one.”

For international distribution please contact Eolo HK at, and for UK sales please contact Geemac Sales & Marketing – 01604 401 719.


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