Just Toys extends partnership with Heathside

Published on: 24th January 2022

Just Toys has appointed Heathside to be its exclusive distributor for its full range of toys and collectibles in the UK and Ireland.

The announcement has been made prior to this week’s London Toy Fair, where visitors will be able to view many of the Just Toys ranges on the Heathside stand.

Just Toys range for 2022 and onwards includes an extensive collection of popular licensed lines including Minecraft, Sonic the Hedgehog, My Hero Academia and Five Nights at Freddys. These lines join other best selling brands such as Squish Me, Craftables, Action Figures, Hangers, Flow pack collectibles, Bubblers and many more.

Heathside released a number of Just Toys ranges in 2021 that sold through well, both at wholesale and retail level, and there are plans to expand the company’s range through 2022.

Max Nelson at Heathside, commented: “We are so happy to have extended our partnership with Just Toys. The ranges are retail friendly, fast moving pocket money lines based on some of the hottest licences right now. We will be showing many of these new ranges at Toy Fair and will be introducing many more through the year.”

Heathside will be exhibiting at Toy Fair on Stand F22, and welcomes interested parties to view all its ranges.

The show will also see the introduction of Heathside’s new imprint Khadou, featuring ranges based on properties including Terraria, Minecraft, Sonic, Astro Boy, My Hero Academia, Squid Game, Rilakkuma, Dr Who, Only Fools & Horses, Dads Army, Peaky Blinders and more.

The Mego action figure range will also be on display, along with the introduction of The Batman movie licence and the company’s range of board games and puzzles based on a selection of leading character licences, which includes Harry Potter, Dr Who, Friends, Only Fools & Horses, Dad’s Army, Monopoly, My Little Pony, Transformers and Power Rangers.

Heathside can be contacted on 01282 775778 and

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