Must-Have Toys from the 90’s

By | Last Updated: 19th June 2019 | This post may contain Affiliate Links

If you’re looking to “re-live” your youth, why not check out these fantastic Toys from the 90’s – which are available to purchase today! Ideal if you’re holding a party with old friends, family or want to show your children the toys you had as a kid!

The 1990s in the UK was a time for huge social and cultural change, from Euro 96, the Spice Girls, Britpop, Oasis v Blur and much more! This section features items in “no particular order”, we’ve compiled a superb list to help you find an item you may have forgotten all about!

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Check out this modern-day recreation of the iconic “Game Boy” – This product has been designed to be a retro games console, which is a handheld controller with portable hdmi built in. It has around 500 games pre-installed so you can get playing as soon as the device arrives at your home!

This product could be an ideal gift for that special someone, perhaps a brother, friend, boyfriend or husband? It makes a great talking point at birthdays and special occasions such as Christmas – you could even purchase this item as a secret santa gift!

For those who were fans of Raphael, Leonardo, Donatello and Michelangelo, these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Action Figures could certainly bring back childhood memories! The show They lived in the sewers of New York City, where they battled criminals, evil overlords, strange creatures, and alien invaders!

These figures are available as a set of four, and are around 12cm to 13cm in height, they’re made from PVC plastic and are not suitable for children under three years old.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were originally from comic books published by Mirage Studios and later grew into a cartoon series, blockbuster films, video games, toys, and so on.

This item could be great for collectors, car enthusiasts and racing fans of all ages. The 10-Pack assortment includes a range of vehicles. Each car is featured at 1:64 scale with realistic details and authentic decos. It could easily make a great gift for kids and collectors of all ages.

Hot Wheels is a brand of die-cast toy cars introduced by American toy maker Mattel in 1968 – however they’re were extremely popular by children during the 1990s.

If you know someone that loved POGS, you should definately check out these Red Back Super Ultra Rare Edition. These red back pogs were only found in the plastic Canada Games Micro Tournament Boxes. You will receive a random selection of 20 different Pogs, some featuring Pogman.

In Britain Pogs was only known by that name, however in other countries it was also known by “milk caps”, the game was popular among children during the mid-1990s and originally started from using the “caps” from milk bottles and drinks.

Re-live the days of owning a Tamagotchi digital pet, you loved back in 1997 – this product is now back with the original programming!

You can feed it, turn lights on/off, play with it, give it medicine, flush after it’s used the bathroom, check it’s health and discipline your Tamagotchi if he bothers you when he’s happy and more!

Raise your Tamagotchi from egg to child to adult and how you take care of it will decide which of the 7 adults you’ll get. This product comes with 1 Tamagotchi on a chain to take with you everywhere! Even though the Tamagotchi was huge in the 1990s, it still has a cult following today – did you know as of 2010, over 76 million Tamagotchis had been sold worldwide.

Did you know Nerf Guns back in the day? Fire and strike fast with the Nerf N-Strike Elite disruptor blaster. This quick-draw blaster has a rotating drum that holds up to six elite darts. Choose your target and fire one dart at a time or unleash all six darts in rapid succession with slam-fire action.

Take command of the field and unleash 6 Nerf Elite darts up to 90 feet (27 metres) with the Nerf N-Strike Elite Disrupter blaster that features a 6-dart rotating drum and slam-fire action to keep Nerf battlers in the middle of the action.

The Furby craze was huge in the late-1990s, at one stage they were sold out in nearly every store. A Furby resembled either an hamster or owl-like creature and went through a period of being a “must-have” toy following its holiday season launch.

Over 40 million Furbies were sold during the three years of its original production, with 1.8 million sold in 1998 alone, and 14 million in 1999 – that’s over 1 million a month!

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