Pulsar Powerball Kit scoops two international awards

Scientific crystal growing kit will star in Right Start's Best Toy Guide distributed in the build-up to Christmas.
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Orb Factory's innovative outdoor toy, Pulsar Powerball Kit is establishing its international presence, scooping two prestigious industry awards.

The scientific kit, distributed in the UK by Alyss Toys, has received accolades from the Right Start Best Toy Awards and The American Speciality Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA).

Shortlisted in the Right Start Best Toys Awards 2013 the kit will be featured in the Right Start Best Toy Guide, a supplement distributed in the build-up to Christmas.

The nature of the award will be revealed at a ceremony set to take place on October 3rd.

Furthermore, ASTRA also included the Pulsar Powerball Kit in its line-up of Best Toys for Kids 2013.

The Kit was one of 21 winners in 13 categories judged by over 550 independent and neighbourhood toy retailers.

The Pulsar Powerball enables children to mould bouncy balls using a crystal growing kit, combining educational, scientific and outdoor play.

The balls also include internal lights, adding a glow in the dark feature.

Elizabeth Nield, business director at Alyss Toys, said: "Toy industry awards are incredibly meaningful to UK parents.

"They provide extra reassurance that what they are buying for their children is quality product that has ben thoroughly tried and ester by experts.

"It's fantastic to know that we are going to be featured in the Right Start Best Toy Guide. This is a real guarantee that the product is going to be in huge demand across the globe this Christmas."


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