Ravensburger – A Brand of Trust
The blue triangle is a world-renowned symbol of quality and respected trademark that has represented Ravensburger company since 1883. Their games, puzzles and activities are synonymous with promoting fun, learning and family togetherness.
Dedication to Quality
Their products are the result of their vast experience, long tradition, expertise and knowledge. They reflect the commitment to the highest level of quality in every single product that bears their brand. As a company with a passion for family values, their first responsibility is to engage, educate, inspire and delight children and families of all ages and abilities.
For over forty years, Schylling, Inc. has specialized in timeless toys. We started out making delightful playthings from a bygone era. Over time we’ve built a distinctive collection of innovative gifts and traditional toys with nostalgic appeal for all ages. As an award-winning toy company, Schylling works to create the future in toys by captivating new designs and intriguing refreshes and innovations of toys from the past. Schylling offers original and distributed lines of toys. Our lines include the Nanoblock , the Steelworks line of construction toys, the original Lava Lamp series, Fisher-Price Classics, the Lottie line of dolls, and Tiger Tribe arts and crafts playset line.
Schylling featured items include and very popular Nee Doh line, newly added Tonka, and the perennial favorite and iconic classic Lava Lamps.
Super Impulse is committed to innovative toys, novelties, and accessories for kids and the young at heart. We offer licensed and non-licensed products designed to elicit smiles. Our products are both classic and trend-forward, from toys that adults had as kids, to items that kids will remember as adults.
Utilizing the latest technology in retail merchandisers, our all-inclusive displays feature built-in video display screens that attract today’s media savvy kids and promote our products at retail.
Super Impulse brings maximum attention to great, fun products!
For as long as I can remember, I always had a penchant for putty. While I enjoyed the one that immediately comes to most people’s minds, it was created for mass market in 1957 and left much to be desired. This was 1998. I figured with all the advances in science and engineering made in the last 30 years, there had to be ways to improve it. So began my quest…