Monday, March 27, 2017

Tri-Spinner High Performance Fidget Toy Review

I love gadget type toys. Now that Mica's getting older I still like to give him small things, but I don't want to break my wallet. One thing I see him do often is fidget with things. He usually has Legos in his hands at all times.

I decided to check out Tri-Spinner. It's a gadget that a few of my students have. Creative type people in general are fidgeters like Mica is.

To be honest I don't care if my students have fidget type toys in class, or even while I'm talking. I won't however let Mica take his fidget toy to school. Just because this art teacher doesn't mind if my students have toys in class, Mica's teacher may mind.

Tri-Spinner is Great For:
  • Highly Creative People
  • People with ADHD and ADD
  • Anyone on the Spectrum 
  • Anyone That Loves to Fidget
  • Reducing Stress
  • Increases Focus 

Other Facts About Tri-Spinner:
  • There is no need for oil
  • It's small enough to fit in your pocket
  • It's only $9.99, so not too expensive
  • It's on Prime
  • It's made by XSPIN
  • It spins for up to 3 minutes

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Do you like fidget type toys? 

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


Theresa Mahoney said...

Allison fidgets sometimes but I don't think they would be allowed to have these in class. It would be good for her to use at home though!

~ Noelle said...

I think Broxton would enjoy something like this. Wish I was reviewing them :)
ha ha haa... thanks for the heads up. Might need to get this soon

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It sounds like the sort of thing Pierce would like.

Siddharth Maggo said...

To be honest I don't care if my students have fidget type toys in class, or even while I'm talking. This was the best ever thing you're supporting in your class.



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