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    I just checked the Tyffy website. It seems they have different degrees of toughness with their toys and actually rate them on a scale up to 10, 6 being the lowest. the Mega series are all 10s and the Ultimate series are 9s. It's a crap shoot with any of the cute animal or alien shaped ones. None of those are 10s and most don't go above an 8. If you check their website you can see how each one is rated. Thought you'd like to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linwhite View Post
    I just checked the Tyffy website. It seems they have different degrees of toughness with their toys and actually rate them on a scale up to 10, 6 being the lowest. the Mega series are all 10s and the Ultimate series are 9s. It's a crap shoot with any of the cute animal or alien shaped ones. None of those are 10s and most don't go above an 8. If you check their website you can see how each one is rated. Thought you'd like to know.

    Yes..the tags have the rating number..but FYI..Jake killed a 10 in less than 30 minutes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    Yes..the tags have the rating number..but FYI..Jake killed a 10 in less than 30 minutes..
    Oh, I know a 10 doesn't mean it's indestructible but some folks have been having luck with some of them. LOL I imagine that if someone really wanted a stuffy and read the thread, they could compare who said they lasted to what rating the one that lasted had and use that to help them choose. Too much work for me though.

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    I have some who like to play with stuffies and even suckle on them, but then the rest of them are from the "rip and tear brigade" which spoils it for the others. I have never tried one of these tuffy toys though. We did see a stall of them when we were at one of the fundraisers during the summer, but for some reason ended up not picking one up. I think we said we'd go back, and then never did. One day I'll give them a go!!!

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    I'll try the tuffys....and if that doesn't work I will have every style of the Nyla bones lol

    Thanks everyone!!

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    Ellie got a couple of Tuffy Toy's for Christmas and they've held up great so far. I got her the Ultimate Bone and and the Ultimate Gear Ring as they're rated a little higher in "toughness." Ellie likes to chew smaller pieces like the feet of some of the Tuffy Toys that I looked at (the Lobster, Pig, etc), so we went with a couple that were a little more "solid" that I thought would last longer.
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