I tend to fidget a lot too. I've looked at the tops but want something that stays in my hand. I really like the look of spinners but they are super hard to find.
Search on google. "Spinner edc"
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Posted 18 December 2016 - 04:46 AM
Posted 18 December 2016 - 05:00 AM
Here is my suggestion, however, you might not want to do it around other people...
Get a padlock and lock-picking tools. Seriously. Just like EDC - lock-picking is a legitimate hobby - as long as you are doing it ONLY for your own benefit and not at the expense of others.
It really trains your senses (touch, hearing, patience) and skill if you practise enough. And, if you are ever locked out of your own house, car, etc. it comes in handy and saves you the cost of a locksmith.
Do a Google search and, as I mentioned, you will find websites devoted to learning this skill, just like any other.
I got myself a lockpick set and practice lock not too long ago to work on this very skill!
Posted 19 February 2017 - 10:24 AM
I would definetly recommend a small fidget spinner. Stay away from big ones - their are more for show-off then for actuall fidgeting. Its like a flipper - the best ones are not the moster types. In a very humble way I would suggest this one. I'm the person behind it.
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Posted 31 March 2017 - 04:42 AM
Fidget toys are probably one of my favourite things at the moment, I have a few different things on my desk at work to keep my idle hands busy and to stop fiddling with pens or whatever else I can get my hands on. They're also claimed to be good to help with anxiety, autism and ADHD.
Posted 18 May 2017 - 02:06 AM
I have a ton of options for hand-candy. I tried those spinner things, but they are not for me. As for the fidgit cubes.... I would prefer a square of bubble wrap.
My main 'always with me' is a spinner ring. I have over a dozen of these after a KS - www.critsuccess.com
Outside of this, I usually have a yoyo to hand, although thats not really for 'sitting at the desk at the office'. I am building a Begleri, after a thread here piqued my interest. I also usually have things like a rubiks cube or even a little toy on my desk to mess with. I also have some Chinese balls and a selection of large ballbearings and marbles to fiddle with, stashed in various drawers.
As for EDC specific items - the spinner rings are an every day addition. The Begleri will be.
Posted 21 May 2017 - 05:05 PM
Posted 08 June 2017 - 10:14 PM
I though I was just weird for years. I have all sorts of fidget things..Lotts and lots of magnets until I started making my own magnetic products to feed the need.. Heres a short list..not all pocketable though
..A power ball is a fun one that also gives you a workout..
..The think it figet
..silver Coins.. worrycoins or any smooth thing..
..Fobs and beads on any pocket gadget.
...ball bearings.. but now thats an obvious one..
..The orbiter figet
..The products I make with magnets in them..
Posted 05 September 2017 - 11:22 AM
The Antsy Labs Fidget Cube was made for you.
It was a major campaign on Kickstarter and now it is available for $10 bucks at any Walmart or Toys 'R Us.
You can find knockoffs for less, but the parts won't move around as smoothly.
You can even get superhero themes like Batman and Wonder Woman.
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