Published: 00:01, 10 November 2015
With Christmas just around the corner, millions of pounds worth of toys will be sold throughout Kent in the run up to the festivities.
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We took a look at the toys expected to be most popular this year - and recruited an expert panel to test them.
The most expensive gift is the LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens Millennium Falcon, which is on the shelves for a whopping £129.99.
Some of the cheaper items include Pie Face - a Russian roulette style game that sees the loser covered in whipped cream - and Our Generation Hair Play Doll Phoebe.
Parents will spend on average more than £300 per child at Christmas, which isn't surprising when you look at the variety of toys on offer.
One for the youngsters, Fisher-Price Bright Beats Dance and Move BeatBo is an interactive toy which makes fun sounds and songs introducing them to colours and sounds.
It's no surprise the phenomenon that is Frozen has made the cut, with a bike for youngsters in the shops for just under £90.
Chris Webster, store manager of Smyths in Ayelsford, said: "I think it's a great mix of toys, there's something for every age group and for both boys and girls.
"You've got practical things, like board games, stuffed toys and Star Wars. There's something for everyone!
"There's lots of different options. Every parent saves up for Christmas, some people start saving in January because they want it to be a special Christmas for their children.
"Nobody wants to be the parent that doesn't get their children what they want. They would rather go without for the rest of the year and make sure Christmas is special."