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Tech gifts for kids

Buying your child a Christmas present in today's ever-changing world can be difficult as things get more advanced. 

When tech and toys meet, a winning combination of fun, imagination and learning combines to make it the best gift for your child.

Here is a list:


1. Nintendo Labo

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The Nintendo Labo Variety Kit allows your child to create many different Toy-Con, including two Toy-Con RC Cars, a Toy-Con Fishing Rod, a Toy-Con House, a Toy-Con Motorbike and a Toy-Con Piano.

Includes everything you need to assemble your Toy-Con creations, including the building materials and relevant Nintendo Switch software.

Price: R1,052 and is available at Takealot or the Nintendo Store. 

However, in order to use this kit with the software, you will need a Nintendo Switch console. The price of the console is R 6, 499. 


2. Hatchimals Suprise 


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Hatchimals come in eggs that need your child to nurture with love in order to help it hatch. When they do come into the brave new world, the owner must help them progress from baby to toddler to kid. 

Price: R299 and R699 and is available at Game, Takealot or Toys R Us.


3Oregon Scientific SmartGlobe Discovery


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The Smart Globe Discovery allows your child to explore the world by interacting with 19 different learning activities. Ranging from continents, countries, capitals, population and currency.  

Price: R450 and is available at Takealot


4. Fisher-Price learning vacuum

 When your toddler pushes the vacuum along, bright lights and learning songs and phrases will introduce colours, counting, and more. 

It is available at Toy Kingdom for R449,99. 


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5. Syma X25 Pro Quadcopter


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This is a drone with an HD Camera and is available at  Toy Kingdom for R2,999. 


Written by: Gabriella Steyn.

Guzzle Media 


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