Shops selling imported Disney products are adopting a wait-and-see attitude before they buy in stock to meet a possible outbreak of Disney fever. 'It's too early to say if we will get more stock as the theme park will take five years to complete,' said one Mongkok shop assistant. Products on sale at stalls and shops in Mongkok - mostly parallel imports - ranged from a Mickey Mouse towel at $150 to a watch at $300, a Winnie the Pooh alarm clock at $138, a dining set at $175, and a Mickey Mouse toaster at $698. Parallel imports are products shipped from overseas agents who have a legitimate licence issued by the brand name owner but who are not the official local distributors. The eight official Disney Stores said they had no immediate plans to bring in more stock. Customer Leo Kwok Ka-ho, 11, a Primary Six student, said: 'I am thrilled Disney is coming to Hong Kong. Mulan and Toy Story are two of my favourite movies. I have most of the Disney toy characters in my collection.' He said he would be the first in the queue when Disney opened in six years: 'I will be older but I don't think my interest will change.' About 80,000 leaflets introducing the Disneyland project were available from major MTR and KCR stations, district offices and housing estate shopping centres soon after the announcement was made.