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Fidget Keychain



This fidget keychain will quickly become your go-to on-the-go stress relief companion! 

For us neurospicies, keeping our hands occupied can actually help us to focus much better. Occupying our hands isn’t a distraction for us – it (sometimes, everyone is different) helps us keep our restlessness at bay so we can pay attention. In particular, fidgeting can help people with the types of ADHD that include hyperactivity. This keychain is a discrete fidget toy perfect for adults who struggle to sit still. 

If you have your keys, you have your fidget keychain. 

This toy is compact and lightweight. Attach it to your keys, bag, or backpack, and as long as you don’t forget your keys, bag, or backpack, you’ll have a fidget at your fingertips. Full transparency, this toy won’t help you remember your keys.. You’re on your own for that one (for now). 

Designed for ADHD Adults

This fidget keychain is designed to meet the needs of ADHD adults. It’s a discrete and effective way to channel your energy and restlessness, so you can play with it during a boring work meeting, your third zoom call of the day, or even on the sidelines of a kid’s sports practice. 

The Perfect Gift for Fidgeters

Searching for a unique and practical gift? Look no further! This fidget keychain makes a thoughtful present for anyone in need of stress relief and focus enhancement. Share the joy of fidgeting and help your loved ones unlock their full potential.

Product Deets

Material: zinc alloy

Color: Black Nickel, Bright Chrome, Colorful, Blue Ice, Gold Ice

Size: 72MM*27MM

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Weight 0.05 oz
Dimensions 100 × 50 × 40 in

Black Nickel, Blue Ice, Bright Chrome, Colorful, Gold Ice


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