There’s no specific age to play with toys, but there’s a toy for every age-group. Since the kind of toys that interest us also evolve as we grow, we should not stop looking for those that are appropriate for us. If you have been a big fan of toys as a child, you are most likely taking this to your grave. So, for every grown up out there, who are too old for toy cars and G.I Joes, here are some recommendations you will definitely love.
Nowadays, Hoverboards have gained popularity among the diverse community, from teenagers through to people in their late 30s. Usually, Hoverboards are designed to be ridden at 15 km/hr, however, there are certain models that can attain top speed of 20 to 25 Km/hr, depending on the road condition, weight and ability of the user. The battery used on Hoverboards takes around 2 hours to fully charge and lasts up to 15-20 km. Hoverboards are ideal for running short errands along the sidewalk. Also, you can attach a hovercart to your hoverboard to enjoy safer, exciting rides for hours.
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- Phantom 3 drone
Drones are commonly used in military operations as well as other commercial projects, such as land surveying, aerial photography, etc, but don’t you think they make a great toy when in responsible hands? If you live in Australia, you can operate a phantom 3 drone out in the open. However, there are certain regulations that apply when you are flying drones for commercial purposes or beyond the line of sight. All in all, it’s a great entertainment provider as well as a stress buster for grown ups like you.
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- Self Balancing Scooters
Self balancing scooters are more or less similar to Hoverboards, with the only difference that the former has handle bars to steer around. These battery operated scooters are somewhat faster and easier to ride as compared to Hoverboards. However, they lack the cool factor, which is a primary feature in Hoverboards. These scooters are safer to ride for untrained users, since possibility of tripping hazards is a bare minimum.
This handheld gaming console needs no introduction. Most of you might have enjoyed this amazing gadget during your teenage, but you got to pick up on the recent version that’s making everyone go gaga over it. The recently launched PSP has better graphics, improved battery life and numerous games that run seamlessly for hours. It’s the best way to kill time while travelling alone or getting bored at home on a Sunday afternoon.
- Electric Skateboard
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Electric skateboard is one of the coolest things for grown ups, on today’s market. After a long, tiring week at work, nobody wants to stay home during the weekend. Electric skateboard offers a great way to paint the town red. The fact that this skateboard is battery powered and you do not have to push it around on streets makes it popular among guys and girls basking in their late 20s.
Having at least one of the above toys will give you the long-lost feeling of being a child. And the best part is, these toys do not come with ‘kids only’ tag or has any target age group. Whether you are a teenager or in your adulthood, you can always try your hand on one of these without appearing stupid or childish.