Fidget Cube, A Vinyl Desk Toy that Can Help You Focus

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Fidget much? Ever get bored in meetings? Apparently you’re not alone. A product aimed at the untapped market of people who compulsively click pens, spin key rings or pop bubble wrap has so far attracted more than $4,7 in funding, with nearly a month left, from crowdsourcing site Kickstarter and is on course to be one of its most popular fundraisers ever, according to theguardian.com.

 

Do you have to keep your hands busy to think straight? Fidget Cube is a little device that lets you click, flip, roll, and slide its different buttons so you can stay calm, according to techcrunch.com. The gif below shows all the satisfying functions of Fidget Cube.

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Meet the Fidget Cube, a six-sided vinyl toy designed to help fidgeters manifest their fidgeting tendencies in a more discreet manner. Each side of the toy offers a different outlet for fidgeting, including buttons, a dial, rollerball and gears, a switch, game controller nipple, and worry stone indentation. The Fidget cube is currently available on Kickstarter for $19 (retail: $25), according to geekologie.com.

 

The brothers are now in the awkward position of having to manage expectations as they attempt to ship out at least 60,000 Fidget Cubes; though they say the product design is done, they now have to scale up production to a level they hadn’t anticipated.Luckily, they have a tool to help them manage the potentially stressful situation, according to theguardian.com.