Fidget Cube is a desk toy for anyone who just can’t sit still and must fidget in one way or another.
- Fidget Cube was originally created by the McLachlan brothers, but it has since been replicated by many other production companies, with many going to the extent of claiming to be the original ones.
Matthew and Mark McLachlan of Antsy Labs had a very successful Kickstarter campaign where it had a total funding of over 6.4 million dollars, and here’s our FUSSY review of the product.
It’s a 3cm by 3cm cube weighing 38 grams that will fit comfortably in your hands with 6 different concepts on each side.
So what’s the whole point of this ‘toy’?
- Outlet for anxiety relief and fidgeting
- It’s designed for anxiety relief and helps provide an outlet for anyone who fidgets. Maybe you’re not the type of person who uses objects like paper clips or pencils to fidget with. If that’s the case, it’s very likely you fidget in some other way, such as bouncing your knee up and down, tapping your foot, or picking at lint in your pocket.
Or maybe you find yourself constantly touching your phone, scrolling through social media, getting distracted from your tasks at hand. Fidget Cube will definitely curb that habit and allow you to focus on what you’re supposed to be doing.
Use it (almost) everywhere!
- Designed for use (almost) everywhere
- It’s designed as a desk toy whether you’re in the office, studying, commuting, watching tv or even during meetings. With it’s many advantages, there’s one con. Some of the buttons are too loud for a quiet setting. So if you plan on using it during work or meetings, quieter environments, you only have a few sides to fidget with.
We’ve used it for about two weeks now and it has definitely helped us in focusing more on our tasks and not being distracted. If you’re like us, your mobile is usually within an arms length. Once it’s picked up, you’re on social media and can’t seem to put your phone down. The problem with that is, it takes time away from what you’re supposed to be doing when your eyes are focused on a screen, but not Fidget Cube. You wouldn’t even need to look to fiddle around with it and you’ll actually know what to do with the different sides.