Gifts for Kids
With the holiday season now in full swing, gift shopping must be at the top of your to-do list. Parents are often caught in a tight spot when it comes to finding stuff they can gift their kids. Finding something inimitable and fun for your kids may be a challenge, so we are here to help you with our gift guide for kids.
Your little kid is surely going to fall in love with the Roboscooper. This robotic buddy will carry or scoop your favorite things around the house. In the “Autonomous” mode, the Roboscooper grabs things it sees. You can also use the remote controller to make him pick up lightweight objects. With lots of funny comments, modes and full driving control, Roboscooper is always ready to have fun. The Roboscooper is priced at $69.95.
2. Lego Shuttle Adventure
If your kid is into space, this could be a cool Christmas gift. Standing 17.5″ (44cm) tall and 10″ (25.5cm) from wing tip to wing tip, this incredibly detailed space shuttle will take your rich little snot on a space ride. You can take off from the launch pad, separate the detachable fuel tank and booster rockets, and deploy the satellite with unfolding antenna and solar cell panels. The model features realistic engines, retractable landing gear, opening cockpit with seats for two astronauts, opening cargo compartment with a crane that can hold the satellite and a ground maintenance vehicle. There is one male and one female astronaut and one service crewmember. The Lego Shuttle Adventure is priced at $99.99.
3. Hermes’ Les 4 Mondes coloring book
The Les 4 Mondes coloring book from the legendary luxury goods house Hermes is without a doubt one of the most expensive coloring books ever. Priced at $130, the book contains 12 pages of 24 designs for you to fill with color, which means each page your rich little snot will draw all over is going to cost more than $10.
4. BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport
Here comes a luxury ride for the budding drivers from one and a half to 3 years old. The BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport has been designed to look like a real racing car, with an aerodynamic front spoiler, speedometer and rev counter. The BMW logo has been done in metallic effect on the front and back of the toy car. The BMW Baby Racer II Motorsport sells for $133.
5. Star Wars Millennium Falcon
If your kid is a big-time fan of Star Wars, the Star Wars Millennium Falcon seems to be a cool gift. This detailed replica of the rebel spacecraft features secrets and special modifications, both inside and out. There are light-up headlights and an array of electronic vehicle and weapon sounds, including engine boost, cruise mode, fly-by, firing cannons and much more. The incredibly detailed Star Wars Millennium Falcon is priced at $179.99.
6. Emerson House modern dollhouse
The Emerson House modern dollhouse has six rooms including a living room, kitchen, library/office, master bedroom, bathroom and child’s bedroom. With its large, open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows, the Emerson House enjoys year-round sunlight. The modern dollhouse features many extras including mitered-glass corners, two fireplaces, sliding glass doors, solar panels and recessed LED lights. The contemporary dollhouse comes for $329.
7. Xbox 360 250GB Console with Kinect
The new Special Edition Xbox 360 250GB console with Kinect brings games and entertainment to life in extraordinary new ways. No controller is required and you can enjoy a truly interactive experience as your body works as the controller. The all new Xbox 360 250GB Console with Kinect is something your gamer kid would love to have in his den. Yours for $399.99.
8. Selfridges’ Audi Kids sports car
This exclusive Selfridges Audi Kids sports car, just like the real one, offers soft seat upholstery, real handbrake, whisper wheels and original Audi design wheel rims. The car is fully adjustable to suit the driver and is priced at a mere $445.
Created in 1950, this vintage wooden toy car is resurrected by designers Hans Brockhage and Erwin Andra as the “Schaukelwagen” for kids in 2010. For its unique ability to transform into a rocking chair from a toy car, the designers are asking about $740.
10. Wisa Gloria’s 24-karat gold plated tricycle
Buy your rich little snot this gold tricycle and he is going to be the “most wanted” in the neighborhood. Wisa Gloria from Switzerland is offering a 24-karat gold plated tricycle with Alcantara saddle and ball-bearing wheels. Designed by Werner Haderer, the gilded tricycle bears the name Sinbad and is meant for children of 3-5 years of age, and is exclusively handcrafted for the kids who already have everything.
11. Geoffery Parker GC/25 Game Cube
From the house of bespoke UK game crafter Geoffrey Parker comes the amazing Game Cube, which incorporates 25 games into one cube. The outside cube holds Backgammon, Chess, Monopoly, Scrabble, Cluedo and the Trivial Pursuit. Stowed within the cube are the Bridge, Draughts, Cribbage, Dominoes, Poker Dice, three wooden puzzles, Pick-up-Sticks, Tic Tac Toe, Ludo, Marble games, Snakes & Ladders, Tiddly Winks, Solitaire, Nine Men’s Morris, two children’s card games and Jacks. The GC25/Prest and the GC25/Champ sells for around $17,480 and $24,200 respectively.