Old School Crate

Old School Crate

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Give the gift of memories with the Old School Crate. This crate has everything they need to look back at their childhood: a classic Magic 8 Ball to look into the future, the original Rubik's Cube, a Duncan Butterfly Yo-Yo, a Gyroscope, a Super Ball, and a Pez Dispenser. And don’t worry, to fuel that trip down memory lane, we have topped off the crate with loads of nostalgic candies.

Old School Toys

  • Magic 8 Ball: The Magic 8 Ball is a plastic sphere that looks like an oversized eight ball, used for fortune-telling or seeking advice. It was invented in 1946 by Albert C.
  • Rubick's Cube: Rubik's Cube consists of 26 small cubes that rotate on a central axis; nine colored cube faces, in three rows of three each, form each side of the cube. When the cube is twisted out of its original arrangement, the player must then return it to the original configuration—one among 43 quintillion possible ones.
  • Duncan Butterfly Yo-Yo: Butterfly is the original, wide-body/flared shape yo-yo and is the best-selling string trick yo-yo of all time. Designed for beginner yo-yo players learning basic string tricks, Butterfly features a wide string gap and steel axle, making landing the yo-yo on the string much easier.
  • Gyroscope: a wheel on an axle mounted inside a frame. You wind a string around the axle to make the wheel spin and then pull. Once it's spinning, the gyroscope behaves somewhat like a living thing.
  • Superball: A superball or power ball is a bouncy ball composed of a type of synthetic rubber (originally a hard elastomer polybutadiene alloy named Zectron) invented in 1964.
  • Pez Dispenser: A regular dispenser is just a rectangular box with a contoured flip-top for dispensing the candy. Toy character head dispensers were introduced in 1955 after candy was introduced in the United States. There are over 550 unique dispenser heads with thousands of variations.

Old School Candy

  • Good & Plenty: (Introduced 1893) Good & Plenty is a brand of licorice candy. The candy is a narrow cylinder of sweet black licorice coated in a hard candy shell to form a capsule shape. The pieces are colored bright pink and white and presented in a purple box or bag.
  • Cracker Jack: (Introduced 1896) Cracker Jack is an American snack food brand consisting of molasses-flavored, caramel-coated popcorn and peanuts, well known for being packaged with a prize of trivial value inside.
  • Pez Candy: (Introduced 1927) PEZ was introduced in 1927 in Vienna, Austria, as a breath mint for adults! The word PEZ was created using the first, middle and last letter in the German word for peppermint PfeffErminZ.
  • Now and Later: (Introduced 1962) Now and Later is an American fruit-flavored taffy-like candy. The candy is formed into squares packaged in colorful paper. Twelve flavors are currently available in both Traditional and Chewy varieties.
  • Dots: (Introduced 1945) These small, chewy, gumdrop-like candies come in bright colors and fruity flavors, such as strawberry, orange, lemon, cherry, and lime. DOTS are perfect for satisfying a sweet tooth or as a fun, colorful addition to any candy dish or gift basket.
  • Sugar Babies: (Introduced 1935) Sugar Babies are bite-sized, pan-coated, chewy milk caramel sweets that are relatively soft to chew. They are a confection initially developed in 1935 for the James O.
  • Pop Rocks: (Introduced 1975) Pop Rocks, also called popping candy, is owned by Zeta Espacial S.A. Pop Rocks ingredients include sugar, lactose (milk sugar), and flavoring. It differs from typical hard candy in that pressurized carbon dioxide gas bubbles are embedded inside of the candy, creating a small popping reaction when it dissolves.
  • Big League Chew: (Introduced 1977) shredded bubble gum in a stay-fresh pouch. The first batch was handmade at Todd's house on Feb. 6th, 1979 (Babe Ruth's birthday!). Big League Chew hit retail shelves less than a year later and instantly became a fan favorite across America.
  • Boston Baked Beans (1930) Boston Baked Beans are a candy industry name for sugar-coated peanuts that have been dyed red to match the color of, you guessed it, baked beans.
  • Juju Fruit: (Introduced 1920) Jujyfruits are a chewy, gumdrop-like starch-based candy manufactured by Heide Candy Company, a subsidiary of Ferrara Candy Company. Jujyfruits began production in 1920.
  • Bottle Caps: (Introduced 1972) Bottle Caps are sweet tablet candies that resemble metal soda bottle caps in grape, cola, orange, root beer, and cherry flavors. Bottle Caps candy was initially introduced by Breaker Confections in 1972.
  • Razzles: (Introduced 1966) Razzles are Tasty, Fruit-Flavored candy that turns into an equally tasty and chewable piece of gum.

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