Toys of the Eighties, Quix Stix
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Two sticks and a baton with a rubber cup at each end . You use the sticks to twirl the baton in different directions. One of the original commercials had a martial arts theme with karate dudes using Quix Stix. Apparently they're still around and available online at:
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Todd Strong - December 31, 2013 - Report this comment
For a short time (1988 - 1989?) Quix Stix were owned by Worlds of Wonder, the toy company that made Teddy Ruxpin. WOW commissioned Chiat/Day to make the commercial with a martial-arts theme. (I was hired by Chiat/Day to train the talent and be the body double of the male lead.) I was also hired by WOW to demo the toy at New York's toy fair in early 1989. Most of the buyers that came through seemed to like the commercial and the presentation. However, they were already familiar with Quix Stix and did not place many orders. Worlds of Wonder is no longer in business. It appears the toy may be produced by the original owner. Would be curious if anyone has a link to view the commercial.

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