Top toys for Christmas 2017 from the Toy Retailers Association

by Lauren Abbott
The Toy Retailers Association has unveiled its top toys for Christmas. 
 
The definitive list, unveiled at the annual Dream Toys event in London on Wednesday morning, is compiled by leading retailers to provide an expert's insight into this Christmas's most sought after toys. 
 
Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash and The Original Stretch Armstrong bring familiar names to the list while film and TV licenses are represented by PJ Masks Headquarters Playset, Lego's Star Wars BB-8 and Paw Patrol Sea Patroller.
 
The full top 12 for Christmas 2017:
 
Enchantimals Playhouse Panda Set Mattel £32.99

Enchantimals Playhouse Panda Set Mattel £32.99

FurReal Roarin' Tyler - Hasbro £134.99

FurReal Roarin' Tyler - Hasbro £134.99

Paw Patrol Sea Patroller Spin Master Toys £69.99f

Paw Patrol Sea Patroller Spin Master Toys £69.99f

PJ Masks Headquarters Playset - Flair Leisure Products £49.99

PJ Masks Headquarters Playset - Flair Leisure Products £49.99

The Original Stretch Armstrong - Character Options £21.99

The Original Stretch Armstrong - Character Options £21.99

Fingerlings - JazwaresWowWee £14.99

Fingerlings - Jazwares/WowWee £14.99

Star Wars BB-8 Lego £84.99

Star Wars: BB-8 Lego £84.99

L.O.L. Surprise Series 2 - MGA Entertainment £9.99

L.O.L. Surprise Series 2 - MGA Entertainment £9.99

Hatchimals Surprise - Spin Master Toys £74.99

Hatchimals Surprise - Spin Master Toys £74.99

Toilet Trouble - Hasbro £17.99

Toilet Trouble - Hasbro £17.99

Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash - Hasbro £21.99

Nerf Nitro Longshot Smash - Hasbro £21.99

Laser X – 2 Player Pack - Character Options £49.99

Laser X – 2 Player Pack - Character Options £49.99

(All prices quoted are RRPs)
 

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