Heatable Toymakers Intelex to Reveal Latest Innovative Ranges at Toy Fair 2014

After a lively 2013 for the Intelex Group, expectations are high for their newest range of pioneering microwaveable toy products, on show for customers at January’s Toy Fair.

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With 2014 looking set to be another bumper year, Intelex will continue to enhance their range by introducing a number of new and exciting toys to their collection.

(PRWEB UK) 24 December 2013

With their heatable plush toys growing in popularity among retailers of all sizes and the general public, both in the UK and across the continent, Northamptonshire-based toy manufacturers Intelex have enjoyed a buoyant 2013. This year, the launch of more exciting new products, including YooHoo™ and Boofle™ and their own bespoke creations including Hooty™ Friends have boosted growth considerably and continue to fuel consumer demand for heatable toy products.

Since the launch of their best-selling Hot Pak ® in 1995, Intelex have always focused heavily on their innovation agenda; the remit has always been to provide fun and functional products. Over the years, the Intelex portfolio has expanded to include Plush toys that can double up as adorable little bed warming companions for kids, luxuriously soft slippers and boots that can be heated to warm toes and soothe aching feet or a fun backpack that converts into a handle wheeled Trolli™ for children whilst travelling.

With 2014 looking set to be another bumper year, Intelex will continue to enhance their range by introducing a number of new and exciting toys to their collection.

First of all, the mischievous and fully warmable Socky Dolls™ have been a big hit since their launch back in the summer of 2012. In this last year, Intelex welcomed the characters of Curtis and Bellamy to the Socky Dolls™ family; next year, customers can expect a few more colourful bed warming characters to be added to this popular range.

Another top seller for Intelex has been the Hooty™ owl range, which has been selling everywhere from high street fashion stores to gift shops and pharmacies. The on-trend range saw the addition of Hooty™ screen cleaners and the new Hooty™ Friends collection added in 2013, and Intelex will be focusing on continue to add to Hootys™ with a number of exciting new products for 2014.

On a final note, there are also plans afoot for YooHoo™ and retailers can look forward to welcoming another much anticipated new licensed character to their shelves in 2014.

The Toy Fair itself will be based at the Kensington Olympia, an architecturally stunning exhibition centre in West London. Running from Tuesday 21st January until the Thursday the 23rd (9am-6pm), retailers and customers interested in what Intelex have to offer in the coming year can find their new collection at stand F110 at the Toy Fair. To learn more about Intelex and their bespoke microwaveable plush toys, or to purchase their products online, visit http://www.intelex.co.uk.


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