Forget the Fidget Spinner, Meet the Fidget Pen The person who invited the fidget spinner must have been distracted with they were designing. After all, how is someone who struggles with focus supposed to...
Fidget spinners. They’re the kind of thing you hate because everyone you see has one, until you buy one. Then you hate it because you can’t stop using it. Or maybe you refuse to buy one, but you’re insanely curious what all the hype is about. Show More Summary
If you have small hands, you'll know that spinning a fidget spinner can be a cumbersome affair. Westminster Inc. has just the solution. The toy and brand has created what it claims is the world's smallest fidget spinner. It's one and...Show More Summary
Sure, fidgets spinners may have dominated 2017, but they ain't got nothing on Pogo Bals. Originally released by Hasbro (formerly Milton Bradley) in 1987, the Pogo Bal was a small, inflatable ball surrounded by a plastic disc (like the...Show More Summary
Watching pimple-popping videos online has been...a thing for a while. But if simply watching a pimple extraction isn't enough for you, now you can simulate the real thing with this handy-dandy pimple popping toy. Called the Pop it Pal,...Show More Summary
A series of case studies outlines the dangers associated with certain types of fidget spinners. The authors ask whether new legislation is needed.
The Pop It Pal simulates the satisfyingly gross habit of popping a juicy zit. What: The Pop It Pal Read Full Story
Having survived the great fidget spinner fad of 2017, the world is now struggling to find ways to put billions of abandoned spinners to good use. It might not solve the problem of Everest-sized mountains of unwanted stress toys, but YouTuber Kaplamino's latest Rube Goldberg machine at least finds a novel use for them. More »
(Reuters Health) - Swallowed button batteries from flashing "fidget spinners" can lead to severe injuries in young children, doctors warn.
The Blue Marble by the very mechanically talented YouTuber Kaplamino is a brilliantly designed, Rube Goldberg inspired, hand made analog table top pinball game. The game engages a little blue marble in a mesmerizing chain reaction of tiny events, using not one – but two fidget spinners, a plastic fork and a pair of scissors...
Kaplamino gives us look at the project he's been working for three months. It's a chain reaction marble run on a tilt table. there are magnets, levers, fidget spinners, catapults, and all kinds of clever segments all working together to get one blue marble to the end. Show More Summary
Resisting the urge to swipe and scroll the day away is a battle many of us face and inevitably lose. Fortunately, Vienna-based designer Klemens Schillinger has done his part in trying to help us loosen the grips on our smart phones with the invention of five "substitute phones." We know – who knew there was such a thing? READ MORE »
This is a Guinness World Record video of the world's smallest fidget spinner, built by Japanese ball bearing manufacturer MinebeaMitsumi Inc. How small is it? Just twice the size of [name of somebody you hate's] penis. "Yours." I'm never...Show More Summary
Hello, shrink ray. The world's smallest fidget spinner is tiny, cute and ready to rotate for your entertainment.
The Japanese company MinebeaMitsumi Inc. from Minato, Tokyo set a new Guinness World Record for creating the smallest fidget spinner. Their extremely tiny toy measures a mere 0.2 inches and can easily fit on top of a fingertip. Built using MinebeaMitsumi Inc’s existing record-breaking product, the Smallest commercially available steel ball bearing which itself is...
We all deal with stress (some of us better than others). In fact, according to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of people regularly experience physical symptoms (fatigue, headache, muscle tension) caused by stress and 73% of people regularly experience psychological symptoms (irritability, anger, nervousness) caused by stress. Whether it be from work, school, a […]
The former LSU coach just discovered the addictive 2017 fad.
He’s learned to make tools.
Our loveable footballing uncle found a toy. I would like to issue a formal declaration of gratitude to the folks at The Players’ Tribune for giving Les Miles a fidget spinner. I don’t know how, and I don’t know why but they gave him one allowing hilarity to ensue. .@coachlesmiles discovers the fidget spinner. Show More Summary
Legendary college football coach Les Miles was just introduced to the fidget spinner... and transformed from a 64-year-old man to a kid on Christmas Day!! Not sure why they did it, but The Players' Tribune locked Les in a room with ...