Spinning fidget with tactile bumps on both sides|||Endless fidgety fun! ARK’s Spinner Fidget is the coolest new sensory tool on the block. Hold onto the grey “tabs” with your fingers in one hand, and give it a good flick with the other hand to make it spin. Or see if you can spin it single-handed (like in the video above).
With big bumps on the front side and small bumps on the back side, you can also run your fingers across the surface for extra tactile input. The differently sized bumps provide varying levels of sensory information.
It spins for about 10-20 seconds (depending on how it's spun) - not as long as most other spinners out there. But that’s because it’s a true fidget! You want to be actively interacting and playing with it. This keeps your hands busy and engaged.
- Spins silently for discreet use
- Lightweight (weighs about 7 ounces)
- Spins for about 10-20 seconds (depending on how it's spun)
- Measures about 3” wide
- About .35” thick (or .6” thick if you include the height of the buttons)
- Inside the part is a stainless steel (not lead) ball bearing which allows it to spin smoothly
- Each spinner is sold individually
- Made in the USA!
- Recommended for ages 5 years and up (no age limit) under adult supervision
Many people have asked us - is this chewable? The fidget spinner is really intended to be used for fidgeting and/or spinning, not for chewing. The “arms” of the spinner (the outer extensions with the tactile bumps on them) are technically safe to chew on - that part is made out of the same medical grade material as all of our other chews
(toughness level-wise it’s XT). We did this for two reasons: 1. since the material has some flex to it, it's softer on your fingers after flicking it for a while, and 2. we know some children chew on spinners anyway, so in this way it's safer than all other spinners out there. BUT
, the center of the part contains a metal ball bearing (so that it can spin), and the metal bearing is very much not for chewing. And although they are attached very well and would be very hard to break off - the grey finger tabs and the ball bearing are small parts. Also, the ball bearing is stainless steel, but if saliva and/or water gets inside the bearing, over time that may cause the bearing to rust (and the bearing can't be taken apart to clean).
So for those reasons it's ideally not recommended for chewing. If you're looking for something to chew on, a dedicated chew tool
specifically meant for chewing would be much more appropriate. If you intend to still use the spinner for chewing anyway, please only give it to individuals who can understand the cautions above and use it safely. It should not be given to aggressive chewers and/or individuals who might chew on the center area where the tabs and ball bearing are. Please supervise use at all times.
Designed, manufactured, and assembled in the USA by ARK Therapeutic.
Caution: contains small parts that may pose a choking hazard. Not for children under 5 years. Please supervise at all times.