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Gyro Fidget Toy Cube



Yo dawg, I heard you like to fidget with a cube while holding a fidget cube, so we got you a Gyro Fidget Toy Cube that has fidget cubes in it so you can fidget while you fidget!

I am a hyperactive-impulsive type ADHD person, which can make working a regular day job pretty difficult. There are just so many things that catch my interest. Side projects, meeting tangents and every single shiny object are a threat to my productivity and ability to perform. So I’ve found it’s best not to fight it, and put the shiny thing in my pocket!

Gyro fidget toys are great for work or other places where being able to fidget quietly is important. Since the gyro is silent you can fidget on stealth mode to help increase your focus all day. This shiny little gyro fidget toy cube is a fun, quiet, stylish fidget that is great for the office or school. It Fits perfectly in your pocket and has a minimalist design that Steve Jobs would have been proud of.

How The Gyro Fidget Toy Cube Works

The opposing corners of this cube have rotating mini-cubes that you can spin with a fingertip no matter whether you keep this in your pocket or on your desk. The cube-in-cube design is like fidget-ception! Enjoy hours of soothing, spinny, fun with this gyro fidget toy

Additional information

Weight 0.10 oz
Dimensions 300 × 200 × 50 in

Black, Colorful, Rose gold, Silvery


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