World's Smallest - Fisher Price Corn Popper

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World's Smallest - Fisher Price Corn Popper

The Corn Popper was invented in 1957 by Arthur Holt, who died in April 1996, and sold to Fisher-Price for $50. The Corn Popper is one of the most popular toys for young children in history, and was designed to help them learn to walk. It sends tiny, colorful, gumball size balls flying and hitting the plastic dome, to create its signature loud popping noise. And now the Corn Popper returns in the World's Smallest Toys collection and yes it actually works.

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M.V.
Very good

very good

P
P.H.
Great niece loved it!!!!

My great niece absolutely loved the popcorn popper. She could not wait to show her mom and dad.

M
M.B.
Great

Great service, fast delivery, definetly recommend.

K
K.K.
Smallest Popper

Love the miniature version! So cute and it works just like the big one!

L
L.C.
Exactly what I wanted!!!!

Great product. This is exactly what I hoped for, it’s so fun to see it actually working and popping. Thank you so much. Fast shipping and great packaging.

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