If you have small hands, you’ll know that spinning a fidget spinner can be a cumbersome affair. Westminster Inc. has just the solution.
The toy and brand has created what it claims is the world’s smallest fidget spinner. It’s one and a quarter inches long, and fits comfortably on even the smallest of fingers.
Just like the traditional fidget spinner your annoying coworker spins all day, this toy is comprised of a ball-bearing core, a plastic body with three arms, and weighted metal slugs at each end. But its size (or lack thereof) made it much easier to spin than a heavier product — especially for my hands which are, in super scientific terms, super tiny — and balancing it on one finger was practically effortless.
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The fidget spinner is sold in packs of two, which has exciting possibilities. You could juggle fidget spinners, swap them between your fingers as they spin, or even challenge your friends to spinning contests.
If your hands, like mine, are so small that you struggle to operate some consumer technology, Westminster displayed a lineup of objects just for you at the 2018 American International Toy Fair in New York. These include the “world’s smallest” vacuum, RC helicopter, and fan. In this large, scary world, it’s just nice to know someone’s looking out for us.