Awesome Fidget Toys

Metal Circle Maze

Metal Circle Maze
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This version of the classic circular maze toy is made from cast brass or titanium alloy instead of plastic. It measures 48mm (appx. 1.89″) in diameter and it comes with three ceramic beads inside to roll through its corridors. A great desk toy for fidgeters.

Cosmic Eye Kinetic Plaything

Cosmic Eye Kinetic Plaything

Artist and engineer Robert Spillner created this unique plaything – a disc filled with a sparkly fluid that looks like an atmosphere swirling around a planet. As you shake and move the disc, the metallic liquid creates an endless variety of organic patterns. Its particles can also be influenced by a magnet placed outside of its chamber.

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Mezmoglobe Liquid

Mezmoglobe Liquid

This desktop plaything from the makers of the Mezmoglobe and Mezmotop tricks your eyes when you spin it. The mirror finish aluminum toy looks like a stack of coins, and its smooth spinning mechanism creates a wavelike illusion as you get it up to speed. Sold in standard and nano sizes, as well as a bundle with both.

AlgoLoop Marble Toy

AlgoLoop Marble Toy
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Mathematician and creator Yosuke Ikeda invented this glorious little plaything which uses a series of ramps to move marbles around as you push on it. Multiple AlgoLoops can be combined for more complex patterns. The project’s Kickstarter already has closed, but hopefully we’ll be able to buy these soon.

MetMo Pen

MetMo Pen

MetMo’s unique pen features a precision-machined, dual-threaded body with a pair of nuts that can glide smoothly along its interleaved threading. Its design is perfect for fidgeters, offering a tactile grip and doubling as a desk toy. An optional hexagonal brass cover hides its threads. Available in aluminum or polished brass.

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