The Big Boys Toys show returns to Las Vegas

Giant mech suits, luxury bikes and flying vehicles will be on display at this year’s Big Boys Toys show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The show, which will have 50 to 60 exhibitors, will kick off on Friday and introduce new and innovative luxury products to the public, according to Big Boys Toys CEO Biju Jayaraaj.

“We’re focused on bringing everything that people didn’t know existed around the world,” Jayaraaj said.

The show is returning to Las Vegas for the third time, and is expected to be a hit, Jayaraaj said, after the pandemic slowed his growth plans to bring the show to cities nationwide. It has already been held in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

“(Las Vegas) is the entertainment capital of the world, and it has all the infrastructure that will make it the innovation capital of the world, it’s much easier to operate here than in Dubai,” Jayaraaj said. “Las Vegas is clearly Dubai’s big brother, everything is 10 times bigger.”

Jayaraaj said “all the focus” is on innovative products and these products tend to be luxury items due to their high price. Last year, the exhibit floor featured a Swarovski crystal-encrusted bathtub and collectible classic cars.

This weekend’s show will include a 16-foot-tall four-legged mechanical suit or “mech suit” from Exosapien Technologies, a flying vehicle called Opener’s BlackFly (recently described as a flying Tesla in The New York Times) , a fatigue-resistant motorcycle from Combat Motors.

Jayaraaj said this was the first show where he was “at a loss for words” to describe the most exciting product and believes the attendee experience will be like an upgraded version of going to the movies.

“It’s like going to see a blockbuster movie, but here you are part of the action,” he said.

The show runs Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is open to the public. Tickets start at $25.

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