The Fidget Tri-Spinner is a new contraption developed specifically with fidgeters in mind. With the Fidget Tri-Spinner, you can set the spinner into motion with your hands and watch it keep spinning and spinning for minutes at a time. While the spinner is in motion, you can try to balance the spinner on your fingers or even another spinner at the same time.
This version features high-quality steel ball bearings and an aluminum frame. The aluminum gives it a slightly shiny finish and a nice texture. It is packaged inside a sturdy metal box.
Version III: The Fidget Tri-Spinner III features relatively shorter legs compared to other spinners, but it can still spin for extended periods of time due to its aerodynamic design. This type of spinner is notable due to the concentric circle pattern that it creates when spun (from the etches in the legs).
Note: If your spinner is making rattling noises or not spinning for very long, it's possible that some of the parts are loose. To fix this, we would recommend taking apart the middle casing and making sure all of the parts are secured in place and then putting it back together. After everything is secured, it should be able to spin with very little noise.
Not completely satisfied with this product? We accept returns within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date, for either store credit, or a full refund to the payment method — the choice is yours.
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All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.
Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
The corners on 2x2 puzzles should not be twisted as doing so may snap the piece. Damage caused by corner twisting is not considered to be a defect.
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This spinner is very fast but if it gets loose and makes noise sometimes it isn't able to be able to be dissembled and it stays like that. But otherwise I would get the version II instead it is silent and fast.
The first thing i noticed when i took the spinner out of the package was how light it was! I assume most of us are used to the standard spinner with 4 big bearings. Its made of aluminium so when you spin it, it can be a little loud (i prefer quite spinners) The construction is great, There is a 3 piece that holds it all together the caps screw off, then there is a little disc that holds the bearing in place. Make sure you tighten everything up. I was suprised when i took the bearing out, its a Standard Concave SPEC Size C bearing (for all you people that YoYo out there, its a Yoyo bearing) i have a few ceramic and 10-ball bearings im going to try out i know it will be much more smooth. Concave bearings are notorious for being loud as well. Over all i am please with this and the price point isnt bad either. If you like light weight spinners this will be right up your ally.
Honestly I was expecting a little better. It seems more like a prototype to me. There are actually 4 parts to this spinner plus the bearing. There is a small part between the two caps that seemed to have threading but I think it wore out. They should have figured out how to do away with the additional part. The machining tolerance isn't that great but it's still cool looking. A little lighter than I'd hoped for it to be too. May I suggest a possible redesign, perhaps make the hole so it holds a rubber gasket where the ball bearing can be placed? Basically just machining a hole that's symmetrical from both sides. If improvements like this are made I could consider buying again.
This spinner was much lighter than I'd have hoped, and there is notable jiggle of the spinner between the two thumb caps. The caps seem to be too smooth to be able to grip and easily twist them on and off. The looseness causes lots of turbulence when I tilt the spinner in my hand while it's turning, making it slow down. However, if I leave in on the table, it's able to spin for about 1:30 minutes.
I just got this spinner and it is alright. It has a really bad spin time of 1:10 and it is one of the lightest spinners I have ever felt.