Giving a young child a smartwatch is overkill, and while a traditional watch can tell the time, it can’t give them a true concept of time. The Octopus straddles the line between the two, helping kids develop good habits, independence, and an understanding of how time passes. It works with an app to let parents set up a schedule, then reminds the child when an activity is set to begin using over 2,000 icons instead of words, so even non-readers can understand. A built-in fitness tracker encourages kids to stay active, and its octopus-shaped charging stand doubles as a night light.
Following in the footsteps of 2016’s P1 children’s model, McLaren’s new 720S Ride-On is built for the next generation of sports car fans. Features include functioning dihedral doors, exposed carbon-style elements, and an infotainment system that can play both music and movies. It’s powered by an electric motor, has added “engine” sounds, a working brake light, and the ability for remote control, giving worried parents added peace of mind. Coming soon to select toy stores around the globe.
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