Super Impulse has the world’s biggest and most classic toys in their smallest sizes ever! These toys are retro throwbacks for grown-ups in the perfect collectible for kids! World’s Smallest Barbie 1971’s Malibu Barbie with her forever tan in sunglasses. You can also get 1959 signature black and white swimsuit Barbie and they both feature movable arms and legs and are less than 3 inches tall.
World’s Smallest Hot Wheels these tiny, die-cast Hot Wheels are small enough to fit onto a quarter. They are available in classic styles of Bone Shaker, Twin Mill, and Roger Dodger. Included in the iconic original Hot Wheels package in a unique carry and display case. I got the red Bone Shaker and blue Roger Dodger. World’s Smallest Pound Puppies these are floppy, squishy, “adoptable” puppies for you to bring home and raise as your own.
They are based on the popular toy line 1st introduced in the 1980s, there are four styles, each with its own “lovable huggable” heart shaped tag. I got the Dalmatian which is white with black spots as you would expect the Dalmatian to look like. World’s Smallest turntable this has a spin in turntable motion and light up “strobe” sensor includes a record but it has no sound. Set tone arm to activate and has a removable clip.
World’s Smallest Gumby & Pokey are you ready for timeless adventures in the limitless fun? Gumby is powerful, widely recognized in global pop culture icon that enchants generation after generation. Bend Gumby in any way you deem possible and watch him return to his original’s shape! Each package includes Gumby and his trusty horse Pokey along with being for ages eight and up.
My Opinion: these are cute and adorable and I’m amazed at how small they are and that you can still use them I love the Pound Puppies as they were on TV when I was a kid along with Barbie these are all great items that this past Easter I included in Easter baskets.
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