- Spins fast
- Quiet movement
- Performs better than some pricier spinners
Some reviewers complain that this fidget toy stops spinning after a couple days. Other reviewers claim that it’s just because those owners failed to maintain their spinners and keep them clean.
Design: This fidget spinner is white in the light and bright green in the dark. If you want it to glow, simply hold it under a bright light for at least 2 minutes. It won’t glow as well if you skip this step.
It has 3 blades, which means it’s a tri-spinner. This is the most common style of fidget spinner we’ve seen, which means this fidget spinner has a fairly traditional design.
Materials: Durable stainless steel bearings and a stainless steel frame create a sturdy gadget that lasts. Several reviewers say the spinner feels heavy, but not heavy to the point where it’s difficult to spin. Its hefty weight helps it remain upright as it spins on a hard surface, and one parent confesses that this resilient spinner has survived multiple hits against the wall courtesy of her autistic kiddo.
Performance: The company says this fidget spinner rotates for 1 to 3 minutes. Most reviewers agree this claim is true, stating that it generally spins for 1 to 2 minutes on their fingers and 2 to 3 minutes on a hard surface.
It’s great for simple tricks, and you can use it day or night thanks to its awesome glow-in-the-dark abilities. We’ve seen very few glow-in-the-dark spinners that actually live up to their description, so we’re glad we found this one.
Price: This spinner costs around $9, making it one of the most budget-friendly spinners on our list of favorites.
- Rated #3 in 6 Best Fidget Spinners