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TOYMASTER 2014: Flair launches new licensed playsets

Among the line-up are new collections from Doc McStuffins, Sofia the First, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and WWE.
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Flair is showcasing a plethora of new products from some of its most popular kid's entertainment properties this Toymaster season.

Among the line-up are new collections from Doc McStuffins, Sofia the First, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and WWE.

New additions to the Doc McStuffins range include the Get Better Talking Doc Mobile Clinic, featuring lights and sounds, a seat for Doc's friends while the back of the clinic can be opened up to store patient’s files.

Flair also presents the new Sofia the First Jewel Playsets range, a collection of micro figures and playsets. And leading the line is Sofia's Magical Amulet, a set that opens to reveal a micro world featuring areas of Enchancia's Castle.

Meanwhile, from the makers of The Trash Pack comes a new girls’ collectable Shopkins.

New top the UK, the collection will launch this July and will feature mini characters will be available in impulse and collectable packs and will be supported by a multi-platform campaign.

Joining the new releases is the electronic pet brand, The Happy's, a collection of plush including three puppies and a kitten. Each character makes 25 different sounds and uses infra-red techno;logy to perform special tricks.

New additions to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles range include the Z-line playsets and new action figure releases including Wave Eight in May and new Throw and Battle Assortments in Autumn.

Completing the offering are new lines from WWE StackDown construction sets, a Rotten Egg Series of Trash Pack and a new collectable from the makers of RoboFish, Timargo.

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