After going through thirty three different premium fidget spinners between eighteen reviewers over the course of two weeks, we’ve come to the conclusion that the Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro is an excellent first choice for those who think adding one of these toys to their life is a good idea.
This well balanced, high-end spinner with ceramic bearings is perfect for most people, no matter what their intended use was in the first place. It was a fast favorite during the testing process across virtually all categories.Click For Pricing
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How We Selected the Products
We’ve reviewed fidget spinners in the past, but at the time they were more of a “hot fad” item. The market remains flush with tons of different spinners that are mass produced and imported in relative bulk and for the most part these work just fine.
If you just want something which will spin and aren’t particularly interested in spending more money to get a really smooth or unique spinner… they’re easy to find. At the time of this writing you can buy generic models in bulk for about a buck each online or a few dollars at most convenience stores.
Rather than trying to buy and compare generic spinners we focused on finding the best ones out there in a variety of styles. Not all fidget spinners are created equally and while the usual fare is fine… if you want something special you’ll be spending a little bit more money.
To find the fidget spinners we thought would be the most handy we ran through most of the premium models we could find which were well reviewed online. We placed some emphasis on reviews from true enthusiasts and also crawled through YouTube to see if we missed anything.
In the end, we settled on entirely too many spinners. Even the most expensive aren’t that pricey so we decided that a full test of what’s available was the way to go. From simple tri-spinners that will last a lifetime to utterly balanced, high-tech alloy spinners with space age ceramic bearings… we brought them all in and put them through our newly developed testing process.
In the end, we ordered forty two spinners and removed nine from our list after a cursory inspection due to extremely poor quality. It was most common in “artistic” spinners, particularly those cast in metal, and most of the problems were with the bearings.
Once we’d done our initial inspection, it was time to put the spinners through a battery of tests to figure out which were the best.
How We Tested the Products
While fidget spinners are sometimes sold as “anti-anxiety” devices, we found that it was extremely dependent on the person and excluded that factor from our testing. Fidgeting with stuff, whether it’s a spinner, cube, or pen spinning does help some people and that’s kind of the end of it. We’ll get into the scientific opinion on this later in the article.
Instead, we had to rely on relatively objective data. We measured the spin length, weight, and ease of carrying for each of the spinners on an individual basis. Then we snagged a complete newbie and someone with some skill to see if they were viable for tricks and how hard it was to learn with a given spinner.
Lastly, durability testing occurred. We dropped the spinners a few times from waist height. This simple, relatively low impact test ended up being one of the biggest eliminating factors. Most fidget spinners are held together relatively loosely and the caps over the bearing have a tendency to fly off when they hit the ground.
For that reason we didn’t necessarily consider a cap popping off to be a big concern, it was whether or not the bearing remained in place afterwards that really concerned us.
In the end, we found a wide variety of spinners suitable for recommendation for those who truly want something which goes above and beyond the usual fare.
Our favorites ended up being the following:
- The Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro was our favorite. With a smooth ceramic bearing, a high quality design, and superior toughness it’s perfect for those who need to keep their hands busy. It’s also well balanced for tricks if that’s your thing.
- The INZY Premium Fidget Spinner Toy was the longest spinning of those we looked at. It’s nice if you just want one spinning in your hand but it was a little bit heavy for tricks.
- For a basic spinning experience we found the WeFidget Original to be our favorite of the bar-style spinners that made it into our testing.
- The six pronged ILoveFidget Fidget Hand Spinner boasted excellent balance and a relatively unique design. It also turned out to be pretty awesome for tricks, which is what we loved the most about it.
- Lastly, the Zekpro Official Anti-Anxiety 360 Spinner was the best of the cheap models we looked at. It boasts the regular three prong design most people associate with fidget spinners while being made of higher quality parts than the majority of knockoffs on the market.
Top 9 Fidget Spinners
|1||Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro||Ceramic||Check Price|
|2||INZY Premium||Ceramic||Check Price|
|3||WeFidget Original||Ceramic||Check Price|
|4||ILoveFidget||Stainless Steel||Check Price|
|5||Zekpro Official Anti-Anxiety||Stainless Steel||Check Price|
|6||Hornet - Premium Metal||Hybrid Bearings||Check Price|
|7||Precision Fidget Spinner||Hybrid Bearings||Check Price|
|8||FlashFidget||Stainless Steel||Check Price|
|9||Tri-Spinner Fidget Toy||Ceramic Bearings||Check Price|
1. Best Overall
Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro
First up we have the Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro. This black, triangular, three prong fidget spinner was the best across virtually all categories we tested in but we were particularly impressed during the durability test. Nothing came apart or loosened and no wobble was developed from repeatedly dropping the whole thing.
It’s a bit hefty, so keep that in mind, but the balance on it was superb.
One thing that we did stumble across: this brand has something of a bad reputation for inflating review numbers. While the allegations may or may not be true, the fact remains that this is a solid spinner even if you don’t care for their business practices.
Despite the high cost we were also a bit disappointed to see tool marks on the metal forming the body of the spinner but it really didn’t affect the functioning. We were able to get a full four minutes on average of spin depending on the initial push. It was also a nice touch that you can tighten down or loosen the bearings to suit your own style.
It comes with two bearings. One is supposed to spin longer and more quietly but we really didn’t notice an appreciable difference. If anything the performance bearing averaged ~10 seconds less of spin time than the “regular” bearing.
While it’s not quite as “premium” as we’d have liked, the Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro is a great spinner overall. As long as you don’t mind the quirks in manufacturing it’s an excellent choice whether it’s your first or another piece of your collection.
- Ceramic bearings
- Super well balanced
- Metal body is quite durable
- Can adjust bearings
- Tool marks visible on body
- Included bearings are virtually identical in performance despite contrary claims
2. Longest Spinning Fidget Spinner
INZY Premium Fidget Spinner Toy
First things first: INZY has some unique looking spinners available which are virtually identical when it comes to their internal components and exterior construction. We went with a copper variety since it had received good reviews but the stainless steel model we also tested performed the same with a slightly different construction.
We noticed that this one spins for… a long time. A really long time, our average was five and three quarter minutes over the dozen tests we did. This model is reputed to be made of 100% copper and judging by the weight we believe it although we didn’t scratch it to test the claim.
It’s smooth, heavy, and feels great in the hand. The run time decreased a little bit when spinning it in hand but that was a common thread among all of the multi-prong spinners as opposed to the bar designs.
That said, it’s a bit expensive and… well, copper isn’t exactly a material renowned for it’s toughness. It survived durability testing with some scratches and stayed together but we wouldn’t want to drop it on concrete.
It was also a bit odd to use for tricks. It was doable, but this isn’t the right spinner to go with if you have no experience playing with one. The weight distribution is a little bit different than plastic or steel models for whatever reason.
If you don’t mind spending a little bit extra, this long running spinner is a great option. We found it to be perfect for those who like to just get their spinner going in hand to keep focus while doing something else.
- Attractive copper construction
- Ceramic bearings
- Spins an extremely long time
- Copper may not be the most durable material for a spinner
- A bit expensive
3. Best Bar-Style Fidget Spinner
Bars are probably the second most popular form of spinners available, and we went through six of them before deciding that the WeFidget Original was the way to go. It’s smooth, lightweight, and spins for an incredible amount of time.
Unlike some of the others we looked at it also takes R188 bearings just like a three prong spinner, so they’re completely interchangeable. Not that you’ll need to replace it, the included ceramic/chrome bearings are super smooth right out of the box.
Bar spinners are great as an everyday carry item, they have a leaner profile in the pocket and this one runs whisper quiet so it’s unlikely to distract the people around you if you’re using it in public.
Where does it fall short? Tricks, mostly. Bar spinners are inherently well balanced but they’re also a bit trickier to use when it comes to the fancy stuff. Our experienced tester was able to pull off some basics but the bar design tends to destabilize more rapidly than the usual three prong designs.
Still, if a discrete, small fidget spinner sounds like something that your pocket needs you should take a closer look at this one.
- Ceramic bearings
- High build-quality
- Quiet spinning
- Hard to use for most tricks
- A bit too small for some of our reviewer’s tastes
4. Best Fidget Spinner for Tricks
ILoveFidget Fidget Hand Spinner
We’re gonna place a caveat here: our tester with experience doing tricks with this one ended up replacing the included stainless steel bearing almost immediately with a better ceramic/chrome bearing after testing to show us the difference.
We found that there was one really cool thing about those spinners with more than three bars: provided the spacing was correct they tend to be more stable. They can also be a bit more of a pain to get spinning in the first place but it’s not a big deal for the most part.
For tricks, this was the one we loved. The main problem was that our spin tests placed it at ~3 minutes, significantly shorter than those with ceramic bearings but definitely smooth enough that most people wouldn’t complain.
It was a bit louder than the others on our list and it takes up a lot of pocket space, but overall it was a fast favorite. One thing was of note: while we tried to ignore aesthetic qualities in favor of things which were more practical… the red, white, and blue patterning on the prongs line up perfectly to make a pretty cool looking visual during operation.
If you’re looking to learn tricks this ultra-stable, six pronged fidget spinner is right up your alley. It’s a bit bulky and heavy in the pocket, however, and the unique design may take some time to get used to.
- Excellent overall construction
- Extremely stable once spinning
- Standard bearings so it can be improved with a simple switch
- Attractive pattern during spinning
- Takes up a lot of room in the pocket
- Comes with stainless steel bearings
5. A Premium “Normal” Fidget Spinner
Zekpro Official Anti-Anxiety 360 Spinner
The Zekpro was the best of the “generic” spinners that we found. It’s not without issues but if all you’ve ever used are gas station spinners you’ll be in good hands with this one. It’s also relatively cheap compared to most on our list.
Most importantly: it was the only basic spinner which didn’t at least lost a cap on the first drop during the durability testing. That alone convinced us the internal construction was of higher quality than the majority of the cheap Chinese imports that dominate the market.
Despite the stainless steel bearings we were able to get roughly 3 ½ minutes of spin during our testing with it. We don’t expect that to last for reasons we’ll discuss in a bit, but like all of the spinners we chose as finalists the bearing can easily be replaced if you get attached.
It’s got a smooth plastic body with metal inserts for the counterweights. We found counterweights to be another potential failure point during durability testing but they held well with this one.
One more thing to note: we’re pretty dang sure there’s no titanium alloy used anywhere in this spinner despite their claims. We saw reports of rusting in the reviews, which would indicate a ferrous alloy and not the claimed metal.
It’s simple and basic but much higher in construction quality than similar looking fidget spinners. If you’re not really a hobbyist and just want something to throw in your pocket, we recommend starting here but it’s nothing special if you already have a collection going.
- Quiet spinning
- More durable than similar spinners
- Excellent price
- Some false marketing claims
- Stainless steel bearings
6. Best High-Quality Fidget Spinner
Precision Fidget Spinner Toy By Infinite Spin
With hybrid bearings and an aluminum body, this fidget spinner is sure to last for a long time while you’re playing.
This is a quiet spinner, which is great for discreet play under your desk at school or during long work meetings to make sure that you maintain your focus.
It’s also super easy to use this one with one hand thanks to the extra knobs on the outer part of the prongs. Simply grip with the side of your finger and pull to get the ultra smooth action going.
The spin time is rated at up to five minutes with a single hard spin. That’s extra long and might just be one of the best “in the wild” demonstrations of the excellent hybrid bearings systems that we’ve seen. It’s also very well balanced. You’ll have to stretch your wallet a bit farther to get perfect balance but most people will be able to use this one quickly and easily right out of the box if they’re looking to learn some of the more impressive tricks.
- Hybrid bearings for a five minute spin time
- Solid metal design can withstand drops
- Comes in three attractive designs
- “Knobs” allow for easy one handed operation
- A little bit expensive
- Caps have a tendency to unscrew
7. Best Premium Fidget Spinner
Hornet - Premium Metal Fidget Spinner
Some people get serious about their fidget spinners. While we don’t recommend this one as a first foray into spinners, if you’re looking to spend a little bit more money to end up with something that has amazing quality then the Hornet is exactly that.
With a solid metal body and a unique weighting system which keeps things perfectly in place this is one of the most well-balanced spinners on the market. It’s an awesome take on the usual three pronged design without the possibility for the counterweights to fall out.
It uses R188 hybrid bearings, which really are the best of the best, to deliver something which is perfect for tricks. These bearings are quiet and smooth which lends this spinner to be used wherever you might want.
The only real issue we can take with this spinner is the cost. It’s fairly expensive and if you’re not yet sure if you want to commit to keeping one of these around then you may want to try out our budget pick first. But if you know what you want and you’re willing to pay to get it, then the Hornet is probably one of the best spinners currently on the market.
- Awesome utilization of hybrid bearings
- Extremely durable metal body
- Unique design doesn’t allow for removal of counterweights
- Great tactile feel
- A little bit heavy
- Rather expensive
8. Best Budget Fidget Spinner
Tri-Spinner Fidget Toy
It’s not the best of the best, but it’s a respectable choice for those who want to pick up a spinner without breaking into double digits.
Of all of the budget spinners on the market, we found that we favored these. The high-quality body holds up together pretty well when dropped, so it can definitely take a hit, and it’s balanced enough to start learning tricks with but real enthusiasts will soon move on.
We did note that they have a tendency to loosen counterweights or drop caps on impact. The fortunate thing here is that the bearing system is closed and the counterweights pop right back in with little difficulty. Being easy to repair is a good plan for a budget spinner.
If you’re completely new to fidget spinners and just want to try one out, give this one a shot. It’s inexpensive and good enough to hold your attention for a while.
- Smooth operation with ceramic bearings
- High-quality polymer body is lightweight
- Easy to repair
- Capped to keep bearings clean
- Not super well balanced
- Doesn’t spin for as long as premium options
9. Best Novelty Fidget Spinner
Alright, we’re definitely not immune to a bit of flash and the FlashFidget brings it in spades. This LED enhanced spinner might not be the most stable or longest spinning option, but it more than makes up for it with its visual action.
This one has a standard three prong design and stainless steel bearings. It spins well and smooth, but compared to the higher-end spinners it’s nothing to write home about.
But when you turn off the lights and activate one of the eighteen different lighting patterns it’s a visual feast. Learn to do some tricks with it and you’ll be the hit of the party, although they’ll be a bit difficult to pull off.
If you insist on a novelty fidget spinner then the FlashFidget is undoubtedly the best of the lot. It’s a good spinner at any rate, but when the lights go out it’ll become the focal point of the room in no time.
- 18 different LED patterns
- Smooth operation
- Easy to use one handed
- Balanced enough for tricks
- Can’t replace the battery
- Vulnerable to being dropped due to electronics
What Should I Look for in a Fidget Spinner?
Let’s face the facts: during their fad phase fidget spinners were being mass produced at an insane rate in China and other countries where manufacturing is cheap. They acquired a bad reputation in many circles because for a time people were spending upwards of $15-20 for a spinner that was literally the same as the one they could have bought for $5 at a flea market or gas station.
When that happens, quality is often sacrificed for gimmicks.
Fortunately, the market has settled a bit and some people got serious about them. Current standards are simply much higher than they used to be which was the big reason that we crawled through Amazon’s inventory to see which were the best again. While there were some repeats, we felt it was time well spent.
The biggest factors in our decisions were durability and bearings.
Durability is important. Spinners get dropped and if you’re learning to do tricks they get dropped a lot. Even if there’s no serious damage to components it’s a bit aggravating to have to put the whole thing back together again because you missed a throw.
The original bearings used were low-grade stainless steel. These tend to wear flat after some time, leading to imbalance of the spinning and less time to keep going.
We specifically selected for ceramic bearings. The good news is that virtually all spinners use what’s known as an R188 bearing. If you really like a design but need a smoother bearing our tickster told us that he buys Coogan R188 Hybrid Bearings as replacements. These are constructed of ceramic and chrome, making them smoother and lending a longer life to the bearings compared to those made of steel.
There’s another problem with stainless steel bearings: unless the input steel was good they’ll rust over time. That leads to less spin time and eventually the whole bearing will seize rather than simply wearing out.
As long as the build-quality and bearings are of high-quality the rest is really personal preference.
We found that more prongs leads to a spinner with greater stability and that bar designs were also stable but tended to destabilize during tricks. It can be done, but it’s not quite as simple.
Are They Really Good for ADHD or Anxiety?
There have been few studies done on the matter and fidget spinners certainly didn’t start out with claimed medical benefits. It was just something to do with your hands. There’s still a surprising lack of studies as to their real efficacy.
On the other hand, everyone from manufacturers to end users claims that there’s some kind of benefit to using them. Stress relief, increased focus, and lowered anxiety symptoms are the most commonly reported effects.
With no real data backing them, however, it’s safe to say that the medical benefits prescribed directly to fidget spinners is… well, it’s marketing. It’s not like fidgeting is an uncommon behavior in the first place and almost everyone has played with a pen or drummed their fingers or fiddled with a piece of stone while doing something else.
For the most part, the benefits seem to be similar to any other form of fidgeting. Cubes and spinners just happen to be easy to carry and purpose made to keep the hands distracted.
While there haven’t been many studies done on the specific subject, therapists have reported that they’re rather effective in some of their patients. Therapy, as a field, tends to be more focused on results rather than theory.
Basically… if you’re already the type who has to keep their hands occupied to stay focused, reduce stress, or even just waiting for a spike in anxiety to pass they can be quite useful. They’re still not a medical device, however, and none of the benefits ascribed to them can really be claimed to be directly because of a fidget spinner.
So, don’t expect miracles if you purchase one for you or your child but you also shouldn’t just wave them away as useless distractions. For some people they produce great results, for others they don’t really do much. It’s dependent on the individual.
If you’re wondering which side of the fence you fall on just think about your own habits when feeling stressed or unfocused. Do you click pens a lot? Drum your fingers? Obsessively rub the side of your coffee cup?
If so, you’ll probably get some benefit from a spinner. Just remember that it’s not really unique to the toys, the same results can be achieved in a variety of ways.
Fidget Spinner FAQ
Q: Why are there no light up spinners on your list?
A: We couldn’t find a good one. No, seriously, the vast majority of light up spinners are the same mass imported trash that we did our best to avoid during testing with a higher price tag and some cheap LEDs. They’re a lot of fun, but we couldn’t find one we felt comfortable recommending as an excellent premium option.
Q: Is there any scientific evidence for the supposed effectiveness of fidget spinners?
A: There’s pretty much none. While we were digging the closest we could find was a short study about fine motor control and spinners. There’s plenty of evidence which suggests fidgeting in general has a positive effect on concentration and nervous energy, however.
Q: Why are fidget spinners banned in classrooms?
A: The same reason any other toy is: they’re distracting to other children in the class even if they’re beneficial to the one using them. This caused some controversy in the early days of the fad when some people were still convinced they were actual medical devices but in the end the bans seem to still be in effect for the most part.
Q: Can an adult benefit from a fidget spinner?
A: The focus of marketing campaigns was primarily children afflicted with ADHD in the beginning. This later expanded to include autism and anxiety. For the most part? As adults we know what works and doesn’t work for us. Fidget spinners just happen to be a convenient way to carry around a dedicated device to play with.
Q: Where can I learn fidget spinner tricks?
A: YouTube. Seriously, you’ll want some sort of visual medium to learn how to do tricks. No matter how many sketchy articles you read on tricks nothing beats learning from watching someone do it. There are too many guides to list, but this one was the one we had the reviewer who was learning tricks use.
Q: How do fidget spinners spin for so long?
A: Black magic. Okay, not really, instead the prongs which extend from the center are counterweighted and the bearing itself reduces friction to allow for the device to spin for an extended period. The weight spinning around the end works to keep the spinner rotating around a central axis without moving to the sides as well.
How Does a Fidget Spinner Work?
It seems like fidget spinners are here to stay. Unlike many fads, these goofy little concentration toys have developed a pretty devoted base of enthusiasts. Once you’ve held one for a bit it’s easy to see why. Even if you’re not pulling tricks with them… well, they’re fun and the inertial movements they make are pretty cool.
Fidget spinners are quite simple when you get down to it: you have a two or three pronged design which rotates around a central point.
The central point has bearings in order to keep it rotating for a long period of time, and the laws of centrifugal motion explain why the outer edges move faster than the center since they have to cover the same amount of ground.
The outer edges are generally weighted to increase the inertia of the toy and make things spin for longer than would normally seem possible.
This leads to something which is fairly self-balanced and spins for long periods of time when made with high-quality materials.
Picking Your Fidget Spinner
Unfortunately, as soon as these toys hit the market there were a lot of cheaper knock-offs which smashed onto the scene.
Most of them are perfectly serviceable as… well, a fidget toy, but they’re not exactly great for tricks and those who care about the ability to keep spinning for a long time aren’t going to be pleased with them.
Our budget option above was carefully selected from these, in order to make sure that there really was something for everyone.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for something which is high-quality in nature then you’ll want to check on all of the following before you decide on your spinner.
Two or Three Prong Design
This is very much a personal decision.
As a general rule three prong fidget spinners are best for those who want to do tricks, while two prong models make an easier to operate toy.
Two prongs can easily be worked with one hand, so can three prongs once you get used to them but they’re not quite as easy.
On the other hand, two prong models aren’t quite as balanced and are harder to do the vast majority of tricks with. They do tend to be more expensive, however, but that’s because they tend to be focused on higher-quality materials.
Fidget spinners have a few different components which are made of varying materials.
The body of the spinner is ideally made of a lighter metal. Trust us when we say that most people will have a tendency to drop their spinner at least once or twice. The outer weights should be a little bit heavier, in order to maintain the inertia required for the spinner.
Most of the cheaper spinners on the market are made of a dense plastic. This material can take a hit, but the bearings tend to pop apart easier and the weights aren’t nearly as well fixed.
While that’s fine for a toy which isn’t dropped often, you’re going to drop your spinner a lot when you’re learning tricks. Trust us and spend the money on better materials if that’s your intention. You’re just going to break a cheap one quickly.
Bearings are really most of the money on your spinner.
Cheap bearings work but they’re definitely not ideal whether you’re using it to keep your hands occupied or do tricks you want something better.
The bearings in fidget spinners are almost always of the ball type. These simple bearings form a ring around the central portion of the body which is lined with balls.
The cheapest are just made with stainless steel balls and rings. They’re serviceable but definitely not ideal for most people.
After these come ceramic bearings. These last practically forever, but they’re not quite the smoothest out there. If you want the best experience possible then you want to go a bit farther.
Ceramic hybrid bearings are made of steel and ceramic and are the best out there. They provide the longest, smoothest, and most stable spin possible. If you want something high-end, and you’re prepared to pay then they’re exactly what you’re looking for.
Make sure the center is capped.
Super cheap spinners have a tendency to not include caps, since it cuts cost and gives a unique aesthetic.
It also exposes the bearings to dust and other problems which can emerge from the bearings not having a real cover.
For the best results, avoid anything with exposed bearings, no matter how good the rest of the spinner is.
There are a ton of novelty fidget spinners out there.
Whether it’s rainbow-anodized metal or simple LEDs which light up during the spin, these can add an aesthetic flair to your spinner.
Look for them if you want, there are definitely high-quality spinners out there which have them, but be aware that a cheap spinner is still not going to last long.
Why You Want a High Quality Fidget Spinner
Trust us, we understand the temptation of the $5 fidget spinners that occupy nearly every checkout line in America.
They’re cheap, and to the uninitiated they seem to be pretty much the same thing.
Unfortunately, they also fall apart super easily and don’t spin for nearly as long as their high-quality competitors. Indeed, the difference is complete night and day.
If you want to actually enjoy your fidget spinner then it makes sense to spend a bit of money on one.
By all means, grab a cheap model as long as it’s safe(ie: no exposed bearings or sharp edges) and see if you enjoy the play but you’re going tow be shocked when you actually end up with a good one compared to those.
The extra money is well-spent, especially if you just want to make sure that you have something which will last for a long time.
In our testing with some of the cheaper models they lasted anywhere from a few drops to a couple of weeks of heavy use before becoming noticeably bogged down.
On the other hand, none of the quality spinners our reviewer tried have showed any signs of slowing down and most of them have been dropped dozens of times on hard surfaces. They’ll scratch up after a while, but breaking them on accident during normal usage isn’t a real concern in the slightest.
Spinners for Anxiety and Wellness
While scientific studies have said basically nothing on the matter, especially in cases of autism and ADHD, many people have found spinners to be a great addition to their lives.
One of our reviewers has an anxiety disorder and has found that keeping one around is pretty much essential. They’re also, subjectively, great for people who have trouble focusing on just one thing at a time since they can keep the hands occupied.
Whether or not you find them effective is largely dependent on your own mentality. Many people scream about the benefits of them, while others think they’re a useless novelty.
Give a budget one a shot if you think that it’ll help, but don’t make the mistake of assuming they’re actually a medical device.
If you’ve been looking for the best fidget spinner for some time, we hope that we helped guide you to make the right choice for your own needs. While they’re not medical devices… well, we can definitely hear them around the office on occasion since performing the testing and reviews for this guide.
We still think the Trianium Fidget Spinner Pro is the best one on the market. It’s superior bearings and design put it in a class of its own for virtually all uses.
But, hey, any spinner is better than no spinner at all. Pick one up today and see if they don’t make a difference in your life.