Now names a Christmas top 12

The internet-only retailer is promoting its Christmas picks inside a dedicated area on its website.
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11_Play Hot Dozen.jpg has announced a Christmas list - its 'Hot Dozen' details the 12 toys it expects to be dispatching the most this Q4.

Inside a special area of the site, would-be present buyers can see the likes of Wow Stuff's My Keepon, the Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon and the LeapPad Explorer.

Hasbro has the most toys on the list with four: Nerf Vortex Nitron, Let's Rock! Elmo, Bop It! XT and FurReal Friends CookiePie.

Representing Mattel are Barbie Princess Charm School Blair Doll and the licensed Cars 2 Fully Loaded Finn McMissile.

Also in the mix is the internationally popular 5 Second Rule, which is being launched in the UK by University Games this year.

Over half of the toys are priced under £50 and six are not yet released.

Of those that are out now,’s ranking system has Vivid's Moshi Monsters Moshling Treehouse ranked as the best seller.

The top toys are, in no order:

Moshi Monsters Moshling Treehouse (Vivid)
LeapPad Explorer (Leapfrog)
Fully Loaded Finn McMissile (Mattel)
Let’s Rock! Elmo (Hasbro)
Doctor Who Tardis Playset (Character)
Barbie Princess Charm School Blair Doll (Mattel)
Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon (Lego)
Bop It XT (Hasbro)
Nerf Vortex Nitron (Hasbro)
FurReal Friends CookiePie (Hasbro)
My Keepon (Wow Stuff)
5 Second Rule (University Games)

See the Hot Dozen on here.

Meanwhile, which recently restructured its toy offering, has named Kuchi-Paku as their best selling toy. The talking teddy plugs can play music from MP3 players and phones.


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