Tangle Creations Tangle Jr. Fuzzy
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- Fuzzy and multi-colored, you won't be able to put this Tangle down
- It's a fuzzy fun way to relieve your stress
- Tangle Jr. fits right in the palm of your hand
- With 18 pieces interconnected, this twisty toy keeps your fingers good and busy
- Each piece is covered with a soft fuzzy material that is designed for maximum tactile pleasure
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
The pieces are smaller than the Tangle Jr, as well they come apart more easily. Their ease of detachment is a plus if you like to rearrange the colours.
The Tangle Jr. Fuzzy also doesn't make the same plasticy sound the Tangle Jr. does.
The fuzz is rubbing off in one spot, which was like that upon arrival. The fuzz also gets dirty very quickly, which is expected.
If you fidget a lot or have trouble paying attention because your mind is very active, tangles are a great way to occupy a small part of your mind so you can pay attention more.
Students especially like the Tangle Jr. Fuzzy, but the coating rubbed off to expose its shiny under-plastic within a week or two of use. "Fuzzy" is a bit of a misnomer: "kinda-felt-like" is closer to the actual feel. "Hairy Tangle" is also popular, but it gets dirty fastest of all, and it's too easy to pick apart. "Hairy" hasn't gone bald yet, but it is receding. Finally, I recommend that you shop around for the best price, and check shipping costs carefully; I've paid anywhere from $3 to $11 each for these and wish I had researched more thoroughly early on. BTW: tiny package is shipped in a surprisingly large box.
other than coming apart too easily for my young kids, i think this is exactly what my daughter needs for her busy hands. i will most likely buy a couple more for the car (and to replace the links that will slowly disappear!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great little fidget, especially if you're trying not to bite your nails or touch your face.Published 16 hours ago by Birdee McSluggington
This was purchased for a 3.5 year old boy, who has problems focusing when he gets worked up. This allows him a distraction so we can talk to him .Published 4 days ago by Michael Mosley
Great fidget toy. Soft and comforting. Aids in mindfulness practice, great for getting out nervous energy, and fun! Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
advertised for dementia patients. then says has small parts so not to use for ages under 3. alzheimers patients fiddle a lot and many like my sister fidgit and pull hard on things... Read morePublished 28 days ago by knittingon
I ordered 3 types of fidget toys and like this the best. Like the fuzzy texture and it satisfies my need to fiddle with the fingers. Saves the thumbs from getting chewed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by joy happens
Got this for my toddler to fiddle with during car rides. He mostly likes to pull the links apart. It's fuzzy, compact and can be twisted into an array of shapes.Published 1 month ago by Beeswax
Not a fan of this Tangle product, personally, as it's very stiff and difficult to twirl around in your hand, and it also looked rather dirty (especially on the yellow parts) before... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kylie
It's SO soft and pleasant to touch. The only part that sucks is that it does start looking "dirty" very fast. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ellen Charles
This is a pretty fun toy, I bought it for the kids to have in their church bag to keep them occupied and quiet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan Pullan