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Firebox makes its Christmas predictions

The internet gifts and gadgets specialist names its ten best-selling toys.
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Firebox.com has picked Kuchi-Paku, a dancing plush toy from Japan which works with any MP3 player, as its top Christmas toy.

The top ten also includes toys from Lego, Vivid, Wow Stuff, Peers Hardy and Ravensburger.

The online retailer recently restructured the toys section of its website and introduced a wider selection of products.

Ryan Collins, head of buying at Firebox said: “The cool hunters at Firebox have spent the last year searching the world for fun, weird and the truly exciting gifts and for the first time ever we’ve released what we believe are the very best gifts you can buy for Christmas.”

He added: “There is no excuse for buying boring gifts when you can buy something extraordinary and amazing, and the Firebox Top Ten will not disappoint.”

The full top ten in descending order:

Kuchi-Paku Lion Animal Speaker - £38.99
Air Swimmers Shark (Wow Stuff) - £39.99
The Magic Wand Remote Control (The Wand Company) - £44.99
Interactive Moshi Monsters (Vivid) - £24.99
Addictaball (Peers Hardy) - from £7.99
Star Wars Millennium Falcon (Lego) - £129.99
My Keepon (Wow Stuff) - £39.99
Angry Birds 8-inch Plush (Character) - £10.99
Monopoly Nostalgia (Esdevium Games) - £29.99
World’s Largest Jigsaw Puzzle (Ravensburger) - £199.99

Firebox has also compiled top ten lists for the categories: kids, sports and outdoors, entertainment, food and drink, gifts and ‘WTF’.

The iBall3, distributed by HTI, made it into the e-tailer’s top ten Christmas gifts list, while the AR.Drone, distributed by Flying Toys, was included in the technology and gadgets list.

The lists will be compiled into a catalogue which will be sent to Firebox customers.

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