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Christmas gifts for 9 year old and 7 year old boys?

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Goodluckjonathan76 Mon 20-Nov-17 12:53:29

I have a few ideas what to get DSs for Christmas but wondering what the latest//coolest must have toys are? Any suggestions?

KingLooieCatz Mon 20-Nov-17 13:20:47

Free view channel 217, wait for the ad break and sit back with a note pad, seems to be the approach favoured by my nearly 9yo. Sadly we refuse to contemplate anything remote controlled. He wanted Alien Mission/Alien Vision (not sure which it is) on comparing on-line reviews it will be Ghost Hunt with an additional ghost hunting gun, probably even better with two kids. One of us will have to join in the ghost hunting unless a friend is round.

Other stuff he's getting probably not on trend as he is shaping up to be adorably geeky.

4forksake Mon 20-Nov-17 13:49:00

DS (7) is getting this (just looked for it on Amazon but I bought it for less), maybe a joint present idea?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Laser-X-88016-2-Player-Pack/dp/B01MEG7QRK/ref=sr11?s=kids&ie=UTF8&qid=1511185473&sr=1-1&keywords=Laser+x&dpID=5141b8iNL2L&preST=SY300QL70&dpSrc=srchh_

https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/toys/construction-and-cars/nerf/nerf/nerf-nitro-motorfury-rapid-rally/p/159431?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4oL3haXN1wIVz53tCh2wdQE3EAQYAyABEgK1evDBwE

Normal nerf guns
Fingerling
Lego
Board Games

CoffeeChocolateWine Mon 20-Nov-17 14:02:20

Top of my 9yo DS's wish list are the Soundmoovz wristbands and a drone.

Goodluckjonathan76 Thu 30-Nov-17 10:18:42

Thanks all. DS1 is really into trampolining. Any suggestions of this nature (apart from a trampoline in the garden which we already have!)

yasmin05 Thu 30-Nov-17 10:22:17

Mountain bike and drone are some of the things kids of those ages are crazy about. I have a nephew who loves drones and his mum got one for his birthday but drown broke after a few weeks sad Be sure to get a good one though.

4forksake Thu 30-Nov-17 11:01:08

Do you have a trampoline park near you? Maybe a pass for there for a month?

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