FidgetFingersEDC

Toys to keep your fingers busy and your mind clear

Rotterdam, The Netherlands · 320 Sales

FidgetFingersEDC

Toys to keep your fingers busy and your mind clear

Rotterdam, The Netherlands 320 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(54)

Announcement   Making spinners has been really fun but it is taking too much of my free time so I am not listing them anymore. However, I still do custom orders. Send me a message and I'll see that I can do!

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 17, 2017

Making spinners has been really fun but it is taking too much of my free time so I am not listing them anymore. However, I still do custom orders. Send me a message and I'll see that I can do!

E.S. Roozen

Contact shop owner

E.S. Roozen

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(54)
andieluke

andieluke on Apr 22, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

The spinner is as superb as the first non-moving steel ball version that I bought. Both are easily my favorite spinners and fidgets to date. Also, when we figured the original order got lost in shipping, Erik graciously offered to ship a replacement (and even upgraded the bearing!), something that he was under no obligation to do. Thank you :D

Tim Lara

Tim Lara on Mar 8, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic quality spinner! I ordered the ceramic bearing and am consistently getting greater than 2 minute spin times. The steel ball weights look cool and seem to work very well. Probably my favorite thing about the design overall is that it is very comfortable to hold and easy to spin with one or two hands. Also, the bearing caps / finger rests cover up the exposed parts of the bearings quite well, so it should be fairly resistant to pocket lint / dirt / etc. My only regret is now I am thinking it would be nice if the steel ball weights were free spinning for more fidget options, so now I may end up ordering one of those versions as well! Great work and thanks a lot!

View all 54 reviews

About

3D printing enthousiast

A few years ago, I purchased a 3D printer. Ever since, I have been designing little things. Some useful, some not so much. A lot of times when I post something I made on the internet, quite a few people tell me they like my designs and that I should sell those items.

I am also a fidgeter, constantly playing with whatever I have in my hands. Once I found out about these spinners I printed a frame and got me some bearings. I am hooked ever since and I am sure I won't be the only one!

Shop policies

More information

Last updated on Jan 21, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Shipping times

Indicated shipping times are an indication. However, sometimes there are delays in international mail. To check if delays are expected to your location, follow this link: http://www.postnl.com/help-support/delivery-status/international-service-alerts/
Expecially when shipping to the US, significant delays might occur at customs. There is nothing I can do about that.

How to remove the caps and clean the bearing?

The best way to remove the caps and clean the bearing is as follows:

- using a blunt knife, carefully remove one of the finger caps. Work your way around until it comes off. If it doesn't come a bit loose, try the other cap, it might come out easier. Don't use too much force, the cap might break.
- remove the other cap by pushing through the bearing hole with a pencil or something similar.
- push the bearing out of the spinner.
- remove the red shield from the bearing, you can push it out using a thin toothpick, stick it between the outer ring and the ball cage.

Now you can clean the bearing using alcohol or brake cleaner. When the bearing is dry, you can put a drop of light oil in it for lubrication and reassemble your spinner.