The 35 Best Products From The 90s

Julian Sonny

They just don’t make things like they used to. I think most of us who grew up in the golden era of the 90s can agree that many of the products today, from the munchies to the toys, lack the originality and imagination that they once did.

It’s 2013 and it’s all about click, click, next. Sure we get our information and entertainment in just a matter of seconds, but where can you find the lesson and experience from that?

It’s like we are regressing to a time where no skill, creativity or thought matters. And this can be seen by the products of today. Sure they are as technologically advanced as ever. However, for the users, it’s not so much.

What happened to the days of Lincoln Logs or Connect Four? Those were games that involved some strategy and made us think for a damn second. Now we just press a button and burn our eyes out. Great.

Let us take you back to a time before Twitter and Instagram. A time where we didn’t depend on instant gratification and being zoned out on our mobile devices all day. Let us reflect on the 35 best products from the 90s.

Squeez-It


Super Soakers


Bop It


Doritos 3Ds


Tamagotchis


Talkboys


Beanie Babies


Vanilla Coke


Pokemon Cards


Butterfinger BB’s


Furbys


Neon Stockyards


Rice Crispy Treats Cereal


Pogs


Oreo Os


Surge Soda


Pagers/Beepers


EZ Squirt Ketchup


WWF Ice Cream Bars


Life Savers Holes


Oregon Trail


Dunkaroos


Sega Dreamcast


Sony Walkmans


“Crash Bandicoot” video games


“Where Is Waldo” books


Light up sneakers


Warheads sour candy


“Mortal Kombat” video games


Yomega Yo-Yos


Easy Bake Ovens


“Goosebumps” books


Windows 95


Ring Pops


Nintendo 64

Julian Sonny

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