Thursday, March 30, 2017

Tri-Spinner Fidget Spinner Toy Review

I love creative toys. I have a box full of them. I just got another Tri-Spinner Fidget Spinner to review. I think these things are so much fun, and relaxing.

It comes in a small box. It's so perfect for a gift. I plan on giving my boys Tri-Spinners for Easter. They'd work great for any holiday really. These fidget toys would even fit in a stocking at Christmas time.

Glows in the Dark:

This one is a light grey color. Guess what? It glows in the dark!

Here it is not glowing-

Here it is glowing-


It spins for about 5 minutes if you give it a really good spin.

It's not meant to stare at. It's just meant to spin, and sometimes look at. It's for people that love to fidget. I know a few of my art students have them. They are great for anyone with: ADD, ADHD, and on the spectrum. My sons don't have any social issues. I do notice that they always have something in their hands though.

What I Love About This Toy:

  • There isn't any noise 
  • It takes up very little room
  • It's glow in the dark
  • It helps increase concentration 
  • It's not expensive: $20.99, but on sale for $14.99 with Prime

If you have kids what kind of things do you give them for Easter? What kind of things did you get when you were younger? I got a basket with a spring outfit in it. 

I received the Tri-Spinner mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Theresa Mahoney said...

Oooh, I love that this one glows in the dark! These fidget toys are a huge hit with all kinds of people it seems.

My mom used to get us a basket full of candy and a small toy or two. I do the same for my girls.

~ Noelle said...

Now that is a cool one. Bet Broxton would love a treat like that in his basket.

mail4rosey said...

I love that it doesn't make any noise!! I think it's a cool little item to have. You're right too, it's perfect for an Easter basket.

Tina H said...

Looks cool but I wonder if this would help GG or if instead she'd get in trouble for using it at school. She tends to goof around with her fidgets.


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