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eeky Thu 08-Oct-09 21:33:42

does anyone have these or know where to buy from? Am trying to think of new toys to distract dd (17m) from her new favourite hobby of throwing tantrums..! I remember them from when I was little, so a very long time ago wink but have only been able to track down a few sets on ebay, not in high street or anywhere else online - are they still available?

thisisyesterday Thu 08-Oct-09 21:35:04

yes! argos used to stock them, so does hawkins bazaar

JustBeBuffy Thu 08-Oct-09 21:35:31

Some cheap ones in the Factory Shop at the mo - called 'Fun bricks'

fruitspooksbatsintheeaves Thu 08-Oct-09 21:36:09

we had stickle bricks, they are really difficult to get out of a video recorder! but thats probably not too much of a problem now.
and they REALLY hurt if you tread on them

no help sorry, but brought back memories grin

feedthegoat Thu 08-Oct-09 21:36:10


Hulababy Thu 08-Oct-09 21:40:05

Very odd as out of stock almost everywhere!. Argos has reference to a product recall - but not for all sticklebricks, just some,

Amazon has some here: here

NellieTheEllie Thu 08-Oct-09 21:40:08

these are from argos. I think they are the new version of Sticklebricks.

Hulababy Thu 08-Oct-09 21:41:51

Here too

Some sites say discontinued.

Playskool do Clipo which is similar.

BoysAreLikeDogs Thu 08-Oct-09 21:43:32

has dd got long hair?

I had to have sticklebricks cut out of my hair.

When I was a child, obv, not now I am a grown up.

BewareTheFullMoon Thu 08-Oct-09 21:51:41

Sticklebricks was pulled by the H&S crew due to problems with the little spikes breaking off and being a health hazard if swallowed aparantely(sp) hmm I know where i would like to shove one to test that theory. Stickle bricks were the best.

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