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Hasbro Beast Wrangler - Level 2
Exhibit #2688
TypeProduction
ShapeStandard (-)
AxleFixed
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
GapFixed
ConditionMint in Package
Date2016
OwnerRick Brough
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From the Hasbro website:
"Work to find inner balance and unleash the powers of light and darkness with Blazing Team! Based on the popular Blazing Team TV show, Blazing Team toys let kids become their own masters of Yo Kwon Do, practicing exciting tricks and swinging their skills into action.

With the Beast Wrangler, kids can imagine sending their spirit creatures into battle and joining the fight! The Beast Wrangler features an auto-return clutch for assisted classic yo-yo action. With the Tiger on their side, kids are ready to roar into the action!"

Blazing Team was an animated boys action-adventure series that first aired in 2015 on the Discovery Family cable channel. The show's premise is that a mysterious “darkness” rises; a group of teens join together to harness the mystical power of "Yo Kwon Do"--a practice that defeats evil by blending the skill of yo-yos with the martial art of Tae Kwon Do. The series was originally based on the Chinese animated series "Blazing Teens" that first aired in 2006 in Asian countries.

Skill Level 2. The Blazing Team product line, combined with the animated series, filled a market niche in that their yo-yos were designed with young children in mind who were new to yo-yo play; they were also affordable, fun, and interesting to use. The yo-yos helped children develop their hand/eye coordination, and the discipline needed to master a skill. As young players became accomplished, they would build more confidence at each stage or level. At the time, there was no other yo-yo product line quite like it.
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