Do you remember those dimpled Cabbage Patch Dolls, or spending hours fiddling with a Rubik's cube? These nostalgic toys are one of the best-selling toys of all time!
Do you remember pestering your parents for a dimpled Cabbage Patch Kids doll or spending hours trying to solve the Rubik’s cube as a child? They don’t make toys like they used to! And now, after being listed as two of Debenhams top 10 best-selling toys of all time these nostalgic playthings have given today’s must-have kids’ gadgets a run for their money.
Debenhams 2013’s Christmas list No.1, the Kurio 4S touch tablet, is no match for the 80’s Cabbage Patch Kids doll in our ‘top 10 best-selling toys of all time’ countdown, so click through to reveal the best kid’s toy EVER! And find out if any of the ones you owned and loved as a child have made it in too.
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These colourful, plastic building blocks first went on sale in 1947 and are still as popular as ever, with every Lego collection you could think of nowdays. Voted ‘Toy of the Century’ they are also Debenhams 10th best-selling toy of all time.
Do you remember these cute animal figures from Sylvanian Families? Kids still love collecting them and setting them up in amazing houses.
Furby, the cuddly interactive pet with a mind of its own is still going strong. Now today’s Furby Boom, worth £60 (pictured) can even lay digital eggs so your kids can grow a whole world of virtual Furby Furblings!
‘Eh oh!’ There was a time you could hardly walk down the street without someone shouting ‘Eh ho’ so it’s no surprise that the cuddly Teletubbies from 1997 are 7th in our countdown of popular toys and have even become collectors’ items.
Since her birthday on 9th March 1959, Barbie now owns every outfit you could ever dream of and has even starred in her own movies. It’s no wonder that our favourite fashion doll has stood the test of time and is the 6th best-selling toy ever.
Our love for Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear goes to infinity and beyond! The space ranger is still flying high in the toy charts.
Turtle power is still going strong and today’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Anchovy Alley set, worth £25 (pictured), is 5th on Debenhams 2013’s Christmas list too.
Everyone knows Monopoly, the fun property-trading game where you fight over who gets the dog or the boot. To date more than 275 million Monopoly games have been sold worldwide making it the best-selling board game ever! You won’t be taking a chance wrapping one up for your kids this Christmas – they’ll love it.
Remember fiddling with a Rubik’s cube for hours on end trying to match up the coloured squares? Even dad had a go! All the rage in the 80’s, this retro toy is still as popular today.