Unforgettable 90s Products that Defined a Generation

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1. Tamagotchi Digital Pets: These egg-shaped keychains with virtual pets were a massive craze in the late ’90s. 

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2. Pogs: Pogs, the cardboard milk caps used to play a popular game, were a staple of ’90s childhood. 

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3. Furby: Furbies, the furry interactive robot toys, were the must-have toy of the 1998 holiday season. 

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4. Beanie Babies: Ty’s stuffed animals with cute names and birthdays were a collecting phenomenon.

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5. Skip-It: The Skip-It, a plastic ring with a ball on the end of a rope.

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6. Goosebumps Books: R.L. Stine’s mildly scary book series was a literary phenomenon in the ’90s.

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7. Dunkaroos: These snack packs featuring cookies and frosting were a lunchbox staple in the ’90s.

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8. Yak Bak: Before smartphones, the Yak Bak was the must-have toy for recording and playing back short audio clips.

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9. Lite-Brite: This classic toy consisted of a light box with small colored pegs that could be arranged to create glowing pictures.

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10. Scratch ‘n Sniff Stickers: These stickers released a scent when scratched, adding a new dimension to sticker collecting.

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