Kelly & Michael: Toy Guy Chris Byrne
Kelly & Michael kicked off “Live’s Summer Fun Week” with some of the hottest toys of the summer. They had the Toy Guy Chris Byrne come out to show the season’s hottest toys to them. He came out on a toy Power Wheels Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Kawasaki KFX from Fisher Price, which costs $229. It goes up to six miles an hour. Kelly said, “These compact cars are getting smaller and smaller,” and Byrne said he’s getting bigger and bigger. Michael wanted to know if the car could carry him, but Byrne said he was even straining.
Byrne showed Kelly & Michael the Wacky-tivities Kinetic Sand: Sandbox & Molds Kit from Spinmaster, which costs $19.99. It never dries out. It doesn’t stick to you and it’s made from sea shells and sand. Kelly said it’s “therapy in a box.”
Byrne showed The Happy’s from Cepia LLC, which costs approximately $19.99. They’re the next generation of Zuzu pets, and they’re pets that actually interact with their toys. These will be one of the hottest toys of the year.
Kelly & Michael: TV and Movie Toys
Byrne wasn’t sure he got the name of the next toy right. It was complicated. It was the Imaginext DC Super Friends R/C Transforming BatBot from Fisher Price, which costs $69.99. It transforms and has weaponry. Kelly wanted to shoot at Gelman. It’s perfect because Transformers just came out.
Apparently Paw Patrol is one of the hottest shows on television amongst three-year-olds. Byrne showed Paw Patrol On-A-Roll Marshall from Spin Master, which costs $9.99-$24.99. His doghouse transforms into a fire engine just like on the show.
Kelly and Michael: Transformers & Maleficent Toy Reviews
Byrne also showed some Transformers that you spin so that it transforms into a Transformer and a Dynobot. It was the Transformers Age of Extinction Flip and Change Grimlock from Hasbro, which costs $19.99. Kelly & Michael started playing with some other transformers that were like Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots. They were the Transformers Battle Masters Fight Night Optimus Prime & Megatron from Hasbro, which costs $19.99.
Byrne then brought up the movie Maleficent. They had the mask, wings, and the power pop shooter. Kelly put it on and Byrne said she was scaring him. The Maleficent Dark Beauty Maleficent from Jakks Pacific costs $19.99. Maleficent Aurora’s Floral Tiara costs $7.99. Maleficent Signature Horns costs $19.99. Maleficent Dark Fairy Wings costs $16.99.
Kelly & Michael: Gazillion Bubble Hurricane + Zing X6 Zoom Rockets Review
Kelly & Michael then went outside to play with some toys with Byrne. He showed them the All Surface Pro Swingball from Mookie, which costs $49.99. It’s like tetherball with a tennis racket. Kelly & Michael were playing.
Byrne also showed the Gazillion Bubble Hurricane from Funrise, which costs $11.99. Gazillion Bubbles is ten years old and is now made in the United States.
Byrne then showed the X6 Zoom Rockets from Zing Toys, which costs $25.99. You stomp on it and it flies around.
Kelly and Michael: Nerf Zombie Strike Reviews
Byrne said he had to bring blasters. It’s the 45th anniversary. He showed the Nerf Zombie Strike Crossfire Bow from Hasbro, which costs $19.99. He also showed the Nerf Zombie Strike Fusefire, which costs $19.99. They can go up to 80 feet.
Byrne said that when you take your kids to the beach, you want to teach them to find metal. He had a kids’ metal detector. It’s the Primary Science Metal Detector from Learning Resources and costs $19.99.
Kelly & Michael: Nerf Super Soaker Reviews
Of course they had to have water blasters for summer. Michael said he wasn’t going to blast the crew. Byrne showed the Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow from Hasbro, which costs $24.99 and can open up to spray three streams of water. He also showed the Nerf Super Soaker Hydrostorm, which costs $19.99, the Nerf Super Soaker Double Drench, which costs $14.99, and the Nerf Rebelle Super Soaker Dolphina Bow, which costs $16.99.
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