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Coming soon to a toy shop near you. The Tuttuki Bako will bring some joy, fun and amusement to you. We guess this gadget will become a total funny trend.



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BubbleWrap Simulator: The Puti Puti / Puchi Puchi

You feel the constant urge to keep your fingers in constant action?

Then should check out this toy:
It is a Bubble Warp Simulator on a Keychain.

This is really endless fun, because the bubble themselves will never burst. You can go on and on and reduce your stress. And: You can listen to the typical “plop” sound each time you destroy a bubble. It comes also handy, because this toy has a keychain so you will be able to carry it around. Next to the typical sound you can also feel the typical feeling and we were told that every 100th click will produce a bonus sound-effect. Every 50 pop you will hear an anime phrase too. Perfect for your keychain.


The Perfect gift for nerds!



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