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If you loved wearing jelly shoes and owned a large stack of pogs, the 90s was probably a great decade for you. Although "Full House" and "Family Matters" no longer air on T.G.I.F., you can't buy purple ketchup and Pluto is no longer a planet, there are plenty of great products of the 90s that still live on today, including a few of the most popular toys.
Here are seven of the most popular toys from the 90s that you can still buy today:
Since 1996, over 76 million of these toys have been sold worldwide. These hand-held, digital pets are great for kids ages 5+. Perfect for car trips, the device is small and portable. If you can't get enough, they also have apparel brand called "Tamagotchi L.I.F.E.", meaning "love is fun everywhere".
The first toys were actually created in the 80s, but they didn't reach popularity until the early 90s. No longer tiny, the new Polly Pockets toys have transformed into a larger (less-of-choke-hazard) version. These dolls typically come with a variety of outfits and accessories. These toys are great for young girls.
This cute little electronic robot was the "must-have" toy of 1998. The newer versions are known for their voice-recognition abilities. Along with the full-sized version, you can buy Furby babies (Furblings) as well. Also has an app where you can capture and raise digital versions. Come in a variety of fun colors and types.
This classic toy is perfect for all budding chefs. (Hint for parents: Instead of buying expensive refills all the time, look for recipes online that are still fun and easy to make. It's a great way to get more use out of your oven).