不是說快滿了2 Answers軟體1 decade ago
1.The Snacktime Kids had moving mouths that enabled children to "feed" the doll.
2.However,this unique feature proved dangerous to some children.
3.Reports of children getting their fingers or hair caught in the dolls' mouths surfaced soon after the 1996 holiday season.
4.ByJanuary 1997,Mattel had voluntarlily pulled all fund of $40 when returning the dolls.
5.The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission applauded Mattel's handing of the Snacktime Kids situation.
請不要用翻譯軟體直接翻譯，謝謝。2 Answers語言2 decades ago
1.More than 15 million boys aged 5 to 15 are avid collectors,with the average collector owning more than forty-one Hot Wheel cars.
2.Somewhere in the world,two Hot Wheels cars are sold every second of every day.The brand that started with cars on a track has evolyed into a "lifestyle" brand with licensed Hot Wheels shirts,caps,lunch boxes,backpacks,and more.
3.Together,Hot Wheels and Barbie generate 45 percent of Mattel's revenue and 65 percent of its profits.
4.When Mattel bought out the Cabbage Patch Kids Snacktime Kids in the fall of 1996,it expected the dolls to continue the success of the original product line.
5.Current "hot" products in the Cabbage Patch Kids line include Preemie Suprise and Butterfly Fairies.2 Answers語言2 decades ago