The bikes and riding toys in our Toys for Girls category tend to have feminine themes and color schemes that set them apart from the offerings in the same subsection of our Toys for Boys category. If your little girl isn't into hot pink and pastel shades, you can narrow down your color options using the filters on the left side of the screen when you click into the Bikes & Riding Toys section. If your girl's favorite color is blue, for example, you can find some sweet kid-friendly designs that she'll love in the colors she prefers. The bikes and riding toys in the Toys for Girls section include tricycles, bikes with removable training wheels, scooters, wagons and anything else with wheels. You can use the filters on the left to further refine your options to focus solely on bikes and riding toys that are appropriate for a specific age range so you can exclude anything that's not safe for younger children or too small for older children.
Tom’s Fidgets Flippy Chain Fidget Toy has a low price and high fun rating. The fidget toy is great for people looking to keep their hands busy, whether they’re trying to quit smoking, stop biting their nails, or focus on something physical, instead of on stressful and anxious thoughts. The stainless steel rings are held together with silicone O-rings to create a small and quiet fidget toy that can be discreetly used anywhere, because stress doesn’t care if you’re hanging out at home or in a board meeting. Image courtesy of Amazon
One day a German was cleaning out his house, and ended up finding a parachute, a backpack, a propeller, and a motorcycle engine in his basement. As most Germans do, he decided to try and revolutionize transportation with the resources at hand. He ended up building this, the high speed, high flying paraglider that our store's owner drops toys from the sky with. We're currently investigating if our toy bomber can initiate world peace. 
At Coolest Toys on earth we don't just sell toys ,we live, eat, and breath them. That means that when we aren't selling toys, we're buying, building, and participating in "scientific testing” (also known as breaking) our toys. This page is devoted to our thoughts on all toys ranging from 35 cents to 35,000 dollars that we have lying around the store, or that we found on Amazon.
DudeIWantThat.com is a gift guide of products handpicked from retailers, designers, concept artists, crowdfunding campaigns and individuals all over the Internet. We do not sell anything, but instead find cool new products on other sites and present them in our own style. We have 8,905 products for you to gawk at and pick through above and do a new giveaway each week for members.
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