Saturday 15 October 2011

Find-me-a-gift's top 10 boys' gift ideas for Christmas 2011

Well, Halloween is just around the corner and once that's out of the way, there's no denying that Christmas isn't far away. If you're looking for ideas for those awkward to buy for people, you might find some inspiration in Find Me A Gift's top 10. They always have quirky, innovative things on offer and they haven't let us down this time either ! The girls' list will be coming up later ...


Air Swimmers – R/C Blimps – rrp £39.99 each

Watch giant sea creatures swim through the rooms of the house with these amazing remote control blimps. Boys will love their realistic detail and sending relatives into a spin as a shark or clown fish heads straight for them!

Angry Birds Knock on Wood Catapult Game – rrp £19.99

Angry birds and pesky pigs clash once more to become the ultimate champions. ‘Mission Cards’ show what to construct before opponents use the slingshot to knock them down. Bring the hit iPhone application to life with this competitive catapult game.

Whoopee Buddies – rrp £11.99 each

Boys will love playing practical jokes with these cuddly critters. Their endearing appearance may seem harmless enough but beware what lies within! A hilariously rude sound will emanate from all when sat on or squeezed!

Guinness World Records Jelly Bean Challenge – rrp £6.99

Challenge the kids to beat a world record this Christmas. To achieve this feat, they will need to sort 30 jelly beans by colour in under 17.69 seconds. If they’re not successful on their first attempt, this is something they can try again and again!

Kitchen Science Kit – rrp £10.99

Encourage kids to learn outside the classroom with this terrific educational kit. Let them experiment in their own time with rockets fuelled by baking soda and a light bulb powered by a fork and tomato. It’s unlikely to be something they’ve tried before!

Model Mechanic Roadster – rrp £11.99

Budding mechanics and car enthusiasts will go wild for this build your own kit. The spanner, metal plates and plastic pieces bolt together so kids can construct a car from scratch without the oily mess! They will feel a real sense of achievement once the model is complete.

Annoying Monsters – rrp £19.99 each

These cuddly characters are a whole different species of cuddly toy. With annoyingly endearing tendencies, they repeat speech in a high pitched voice, burp, laugh and shake to entertain and annoy all day long. Kids will adore their cheeky but lovable personalities.

Animated Elephant Money Box with Sound – rrp £14.49

This interactive money bank is the perfect Christmas gift, encouraging kids to save their pocket money rather than spend it. They will adore the elephant’s engaging appearance and watch in wonderment as he makes a trumpet call and waves his trunk when change is inserted.

Hexbug Spiral Starter Set – rrp £20.99

Send Hexbug Nanos into a spin with this new tiered habitat. Constructed like a helter skelter with landing platforms, Hexbug Nanos can dash across the open plan living area and then down the slide to explore another spacious room at the bottom! The set comes with a rare Hexbug Nano to help expand Hexbug collections.

Teeter Totter Piggy Bank – rrp £8.49

Seesaws and piggy banks combine to make this fantastic money saving device. With one piggy bank at either end, kids can compete to save the most and keep the seesaw balanced at all times!

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  1. Yep its that time of year again, so we all have to start looking for ideas, posts like this really help and show off things we would not normally see or think to buy. Thanks for that

  2. There are some great ideas hear, I love the thought of a great big shark floating into the room!

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