Reviews

Syner-EDC Triple Mini

Syner-EDC Triple Mini

I first came across the Triple Mini Fidget Spinner from Syner-EDC in the middle of a semi-sleepless night and with my guard down placed an impulse order. At a budget priced $40 it didn't take that much impulse. The Triple Mini intrigued me because it was unique. A small footprint but hefty weight...

NobleSpin Vantage

NobleSpin Vantage

The Vantage comes to us from NobleSpin, based in Austin, Texas. The model reviewed here is the Black Pearl Vantage, and it's a sleek, simple, sexy looking piece of metal. And it's a good thing too because that's what I was expecting to see when I ordered from the polished website and opened the well...

The Ternion

The Brass Ternion

The Brass Ternion, a limited edition of the popular Ternion spinners from NTO Designs is a fidget focused spinner that takes a brief break from the standard design eschewing the inserts at the ends of the spinner that we see in some models of the RevSpin line for a solid brass body. The RevSpin core...

The Maelstrom

The Maelstrom

The much anticipated Maelstrom fidget spinner comes to us from FlyAway Toys who look to be a major player in the fidget spinner industry. This large piece of 3 pronged brass pressure fit on one side with a circular inner-toothed stainless steel ring certainly makes a quick impression on the eyes....

Triton Spinner

Triton Spinner

I picked up the nifty little Triton Spinner from VC EDC last week and spent a good 48 hours fidgeting with it and keeping it away from my dog who loves to lick metal. And the Triton is a hunk of metal. Available in brass, stainless and copper, my dog prefers brass so that's the model I purchased....

Spinetic X Spinner

Spinetic X Spinner

The X Spinner from Spinetic Spinners based out of Arizona, USA comes to us as sort of a combo offering with the Y spinner (a three sided spinner to complement the quad X spinner reviewed here, thus the X/Y names). Much anticipated, partly because of it's budget price due perhaps to it being outsourced...

Thraxx Spinner

Thraxx Spinner

The Thraxx Spinner arrived into my hands over a week ago. I unboxed it, gave it the obligatory first spin, admired its looks (and they are to be admired) took some photos and put it back in its box to spin later. I suppose I wasn't grabbed by the way it initially felt that first day. But, that would...

Boomerang Mini

Boomerang Mini

Within moments of first seeing 2RDesigns Boomerang Mini on Instagram, I was messaging company founder Rick Ruggiero. The design just looked so intriguing with its asymmetrical outline, compact form and nicely concave button profile. I was somewhat surprised to learn that the Boomerang Mini, starting...

Vorso Flat Top

Vorso Flat Top

U.K based Vorso already had a good early reputation when they introduced the Flat Top in August 2016. Their simply designed MK1 spinning top had debuted to widespread praise and the plan to follow this with a compact, modular hand spinner was exactly what the market was crying out for. In the short...

Axis Micro

Axis Micro

The Axis Micro Hand Spinner has a strong place within the pantheon of "available" hand spinners; debuted originally in a composite form, the design itself made a strong early impression with its heavily tapered poles, spherical weights, large grips and table spinning functionality. From there Alexander...