Big Boys Toys coming back to Abu Dhabi

Gadget show coming back to Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre

Knowledge story, The Knowledge

Gadget lovers, technophiles and wannabe James Bonds in the UAE are rejoicing at the news that luxury lifestyle event and collectors’’ fair Big Boys Toys is coming back to Abu Dhabi.

From November 18 to 21 the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre will become the ultimate playground with must-have gadgets, never-seen-before gizmos and more futuristic kit.

Now in its sixth year the annual show has become one of the more popular dates on the Abu Dhabi social calendar and a must-see for anybody (non-Big Boys welcome) with a passion for design, a thirst for technology or a passing interest in what the future looks like.

Details of the exact gadgets we can expect to look forward to are still limited, but the Big Boys Toys UAE website has already released a teaser film of electric powered wakeboards (which don’t need a boat to pull them!), personal submarines and foldable electric scooters.

Without putting too fine a point on it we freely admit that we would trade at least three colleagues to just have a play with some of the gadgets.

Other products confirmed for the show already are a ‘UFO rocking chair’, build-it-yourself bikes and more personal, home and contemporary office gizmos.




For more information about Big Boys Toys, and to reserve a ticket, visit www.bigboystoysuae.com.

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