- Product Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
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- ASIN: B01MRW96G5
- Item model number: Fidget4
- Average Customer Review: 565 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,267 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Focus Cube - (6 Colors) Fidget Cube Toy For Anxiety Stress Helps Focusing Fidget Toy Focus Toy for Kids & Adults - Stress Reducer Relieves ADHD Anxiety Ceramic Cube Bearing
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- Made with high-quality plastic (meeting all toy safety standards), our fidget cubes are strong, durable and safe for kids and adults alike
- It is a great idea for a gift to some friend who can't keep their fingers still
- An unusually addicting, high-quality fidget toy designed to help you focus
- Really wonderful item to release your body and moods, make you focus on your work
- This stress cube is specifically design for people who can't keep their fingers still, and whether you're a clicker, a flicker, a roller or a spinner
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Focus Cube - Fidget Toy For Children And Adults
Fidget, Play & Focus
The Focus Cube is an innovative fidget tool designed to reduce stress and improve cognitive performance. Use the Focus Cube everywhere whether you’re on the job, in the classroom, at your house or on an adventure. Every Focus Cube comes with six dynamic fidget features. The SOOTHE face is inspired by traditional worry stones used to reduce anxiety when rubbed. Pivot the SWITCH back and forth gently if you're looking to fidget silently, or TWIRL for a more continuous motion. You don't have to be a gamer to enjoy the unusually satisfying gliding action of the ANALOG joystick. No need to click that pen anymore UNLOCK with the 3 clicker buttons and COMPRESS with a 5 button face to satisfy the clicker in each of us.
Work - School - Home
Our Focus Cube fidget toy is designed to bring anywhere you go. Our silent features make it easier to use in quite area such class rooms, at home, and at the workplace.
Focus and take control fo your stress
Specifically designed for people who can’t keep their fingers still. Whether you’re a clicker, a flicker, a roller or a spinner, the Focus Cube will satisfy all of your fidgeting habits.
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A) the instructions say three buttons click and two dont (like in the real cube) problem is they all click
B) on the instructions it says the ball clicks as well, it doesn't. The gears barely move, and they are barely sticking out so it's hard to get traction on them.
C) the glide is a far far cry from the legitimate cube, it's just a wobbly disk on a stick... This one DOES click, unlike the real one (it shouldn't)
D) the worry Stone is a joke, it's practically not there, very slight indentation, unlike the real one
E) the spin seems to be working so far, albeit not as smoothly as the real one.
F) now the flip switch, the switch is the only part which I might like more than the original, the original cubes switch is too easy to flip... There's almost no click, this one has a click (albeit very very loud) and it feels like you're flipping a switch
In all the real one looks a lot more compact this one looks bulky, especially with the wobbly glide.
Still won't get an extra star for the flip since this is a horribly done knockoff which dosn't deserve a second of your time!
Switch: the switch is the loudest thing on the cube. It's also the most satisfying I think, not because of the noise, but because of the feeling of the spring loaded click.
Worry Stone: that portion is nice and smooth as advertised. Feels nice
5 clicking buttons : honestly I'm not sure what happened here. 3 buttons don't click but they do depress. The other ones click but it requires a little more force than I want if I were to be clicking along absent-mindedly. So I never use them.
The unlock: the three gears are nice the cube I received has the two on the left side almost free spinning. The one on the right has a little grip at a certain point in the spin but it's not super significant. The rolling ball isn't completely smooth. It's got some friction. If you spin the ball it will stop immediately after you let go, but it's still very satisfying. One of my favorites.
The spinning disc: works well. It feels a little cheap but it does its job. I wish the single bump grip was slightly more pronounced personally
The analog stick: the most disappointing thing I think. The amount of force necessary to actually push the stick to start messing with it is too much. You can't absent-mindedly push it. You have to stop and think about it. It's almost easier just to come at it from an angle and push it from the side. I can understand why they did it but it's just way to reinforced. Also the zone at which you can actually start moving the stick it pretty far from the center. It takes too much mental effort to use the joystick.
I wasn't expecting much and I was rewarded with exactly what i paid for. It's good for kids and adults looking for a quick fix. The real prize is still being shipped by Antsy Labs. But are you really gonna pay $30 for a high end version?