The company will be launching 93 new products for autumn/winter 2019.
The Professor Pengelly Brand will be launching its latest compound, Flow Motion. Available in four colours and packaged in a ‘try-me’ tub, kids can simply shake it to wake it before watching in amazement as the compound moves all by itself. When the tub is opened and the Flow Motion compound is poured out, the aesthetic effects go into hyperdrive as it cascades and moves in a unique way. Priced at £1.66 with an RRP of £4, The Source is tipping Flow Motion to be the craze that overtakes slime and putty sales in 2019.
For the gadget geeks, six new radio control items have been developed in the Red5 range, including an Amphibious Car. Red Gaming will be launched onto the market, providing a full one-stop shop for all online gaming needs, with headphones, computer mice, mouse mats and headphones available in several different specifications and at a range of price points.
The Source is well-known for retro gaming too; in addition to its own-brand lines, the company is adding the Atari Flashback 9 Boom and a 16 Bit Street Fighter officially licenced product to its ranges.
Lee Shawyer, managing director, commented: “There’s more to come; we will soon be announcing another important distribution deal that will see The Source add lots of exciting retro gaming licences to its portfolio.”
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