Skullduggery’s product lines have been designed to appeal to specialty toy-lovers throughout the world. Exciting packaging, unique designs, and US manufacturing tempt children and parents alike. All of our products ship from our 10,000 square foot facility in Anaheim, California.
SKULLDUGGERY’S PULL-BACK TO THE FUTURE BOASTS LIGHT-UP MARBLE RACERS AND FORD CARS WITH ZIP
Wind Up At Booth 1360 To Test Drive Four New Marble Racers
Or Handsome F150 Raptor, B&W Police Car And Red Mustang
Anaheim, CA (December 19, 2017) – It may seem counterintuitive to pull back to go forward but that’s the spark that Skullduggery’s newest line of Light-Up Marble Racers with Pull-Back Motor ($9.99) needs to zip across the kitchen floor. Take a test drive at their American International Toy Fair Booth 1360. The four models join a new line of Ford inspired cars and trucks from a blue F150 Raptor to the iconic red Mustang. Wind up the vehicle’s internal spring and watch it roll across the Javits convention floor.
WINNING OPPENHEIM PLATINUM PLACES MAX FLEX RC ON THE FAST TRACK OF RETAILERS’ BUY LIST
From TODAY Show To Booth 1360, This Glow In The Dark Flexible Track Set
With Remote Control Car Is The One Kids Love To Build Then Test Drive
Anaheim, CA (December 19, 2017) – "Kids are tech savvy but many of the top toys are decidedly low tech," claimed Stephanie Oppenheim on a recent TODAY Show morning showcase. She then pointed to Skullduggery’s Max Traxxx Max Flex RC ($39.99), winner of her highest honor, a rare Oppenheim Platinum. Retailers visiting the American International Toy Fair will want to mark Skullduggery’s Booth 1360 on their must-see list. Plan to build a Max Flex flexible track then take a fun remote controlled test drive!
FINDING THE PERFECT CRAFT TO MAKE A CHILDHOOD MEMORY IS SKULLDUGGERY’S FORTE!
Discover DIY Fun With Mold, Cast, Paint Or Craft Kits At Booth 1360
Featuring Smithsonian, Eyewitness and Hands-On Favorite Perfect Craft
Anaheim, CA (December 19, 2017) – Retailers new to the toy market will walk past Booth 1360 at the American International Toy Fair and ponder about the odd name – Skullduggery. The name makes sense when you realize 30 years ago the company began by crafting museum quality molds and casts of rare fossils (including skulls) from some of the most famous museum collections in the world. In 2018, their abundance of mold, cast, paint and craft kits could fill an entire museum shop! Look for Perfect Craft Stepping Stone ($19.99), Smithsonian Museum Craft Kits ($19.99) and Eyewitness Kits ($14.99) to namedrop a few of their 2018 Product Guide highlights.