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Usually at this time of the year the stores start filling up with an endless supply of toys for Christmas. However, this year due to the current world-wide shipping delays, stocks are much more limited than usual. With people urged to do their shopping whilst stocks last, here are 10 ideas that are sure to please come Christmas morning.

1 X-Shot Regenerator Blaster, $39

With its 12 attachments, ranging from scopes, tripos, dart stocks and more, you can make over 1000 unique blaster combinations and customize your Regenerator to every battle situation you might face. Firing up to 20m, this is serious outdoor fun.

2 3D Sydney Opera House Puzzle, $89.99

Everyone’s gone puzzle mad thanks to lockdowns, and this is a sensational one for the whole family. This 3D Sydney Opera House puzzle has 237 numbered pieces and creates a sturdy 12.8 cm high structure which you can treasure forever. No glue required.

3 LEGO Technic Fast & Furious Dom’s Dodge Charger, $179

This amazing building set for kids and adults is the ultimate treat. Featuring 1,077 pieces inspired by the original 1970s Dodge Charger R/T, this faithful replica is packed with realistic details. Kids will love recreating the thrill of driving with moving pistons, suspension, steering system and air blower.

4 Rainbocorns Fairycorn Surprise, $29

Unbox amazing magical fairy surprises including colour change poop, a fairy glitter heart and magical fairy wings. With seven new Rainbocorns to discover, including Toof the Bunnycorn, Vacay the Poodlecorn, and Honey the Rare Golden Hippocorn, it’s cuteness galore.

5 Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Ocean Protector Mosasaurus, $59.95

Dino fans will love this colossal swimming dinosaur, which makes a big splash as a fan favourite in the Jurassic World franchise. With realistic sculpting and articulation, this colossal creature comes to life, including a wide-opening jaw.

6 Smashers Mega Light Up Surprise Egg, $29

Slime, fizz and smash your way through over 25 lava volcano surprises. Just follow the map and then build the ultimate light up Dino Smash-o-saur. Insert the Dino DNA into the Dino and flick the tail to activate the Dino sound and light up feature.

7 Love Diana Hair Power Doll, $59

Styling Diana’s hair is easy and fun as she sits in her own styling chair. Budding stylists can even use icy water to change the colour of her hair! Includes hairbrush, hair ties, colour change applicator, headband, styling chair and colourful bracelet.

8 Vlad & Niki Superhero Surprise Egg, $49

Unleash your inner superhero alongside YouTube sensations, Vlad & Niki. Swap your clothes for the superhero outfit and open the comic book to start your adventure. Features over 20 epic surprises inside.

9 Rainbocorns Talkin’ Jelly Shake Surprise Electronic Plush, $45

Find six new sweet-scented characters including BonBon the Koalacorn and Pudding Pop the Hippocorn. Press their paw once to hear them giggle, press twice and they repeat what you say. Swirl, squeeze, and spread their jelly hearts, and even make your own jelly-tastic jewellery.

10 Spirit Untamed Forever Free Spirit, $29.99

Capturing all the action and excitement of the Spirit Untamed movie, the Forever Free Spirit horse has a realistic activated walking feature and neighing sounds. Spirit also comes with a fence and a bale of hay for jumping action, a brush for hair play fun and apples for snack time.

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  • None of these are any good for my toddler, so looks like I wont be rushing to the shops ????

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  • The Sydney Opera House puzzle looks pretty cool :)

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  • Are my pictures not loading? Isn’t love to see these in one place rather than googling

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  • I wish this had photos so I could see

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  • thanks for the tips, although some are a little pricey. i haven’t heard of some of these – maybe if there was a picture, it might ring a bell.

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  • I love Lego brand.But they are very expensive.

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  • None of these are on my or my child’s radar. And I’ve never heard them mentioned amongst friends either. If they’re limited then that’s some good news for others ????

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  • I’ve never been one to buy gifts from media lists. I just buy what I can afford and what I know will be enjoyed

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  • Many awesome toys this year, but none of these are on my list!

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  • Would love to have the 3D opera house, though I might struggle to find time to sit down and enjoy it

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  • No way. Most of these are plastic junk that will be in the bin within weeks

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  • Toys are so expensive these days and a lot of the time they are a 5 minute wonder that just clogs up their room a week later…

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  • Great for older kids

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  • None of them appeal to me, maybe this list is for older kids

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  • My toddler has really gotten into love Diana. Ever since I read the article on her here, we put it on for the first time and now she’s hooked!
    She’d love the hair power doll so much.

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