Do you remember these Christmas presents?

These are the UK’s best selling Christmas toys of the last 20 years

Analysing data from toy retailers, Evans Cycles has revealed the best selling Christmas products from the past 20 years.

Do you remember these classic toys from the nineties and noughties?

Beyblades is a line of spinning top toys that are customizable, with interchangeable parts. Players would battle their beyblades. It was also a Japanese manga and animated series as well.

5. Beyblades, 2003

Beyblades is a line of spinning top toys that are customizable, with interchangeable parts. Players would battle their beyblades. It was also a Japanese manga and animated series as well.
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Released in 2004, Robosapien was extremely successful over the Christmas season, with over 1.5 million units sold between April and December. The toy was capable of walking around and even picking up objects.

6. Robosapien, 2004

Released in 2004, Robosapien was extremely successful over the Christmas season, with over 1.5 million units sold between April and December. The toy was capable of walking around and even picking up objects.
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BMX bikes are a type of off road sport bike that's used for racing and stunt riding. BMX first started in the early 1970s and is now one of the most popular extreme sports in the world.

7. BMX bike, 2005

BMX bikes are a type of off road sport bike that's used for racing and stunt riding. BMX first started in the early 1970s and is now one of the most popular extreme sports in the world.
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The Xbox 360 was the successor to the original Xbox and is the second console in the series. It sold much better than the original Xbox and launched worldwide across 2005 and 2006.

8. Xbox 360, 2006

The Xbox 360 was the successor to the original Xbox and is the second console in the series. It sold much better than the original Xbox and launched worldwide across 2005 and 2006.
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