Trending in our kids’ lives these days are fidget spinners. So, today we are sharing the kids’ reviews on Fidget Spinners, thanks to Fidjit Singapore. Play and watch the video.

Fidget spinners are thought to be helpful to kids with ADHD, autism, and anxiety issues. Kids who are kinesthetic by nature – meaning they have a need or tendency to move a lot (i.e. fidget in teachers’ terms), the notion of having something to spin will help them curb that fidgety-ness.

You don’t have to have a behavior issue or be fidgety to like fidget spinners. Most kids just like it for one reason. Because they are cool and fun to play with. Ok, that’s two reasons. Watch this video to see what kids think of fidget spinners and hear why they like it so much :

The fidget spinners we review in this post are available online at Fidjit Singapore at the following prices.

  • Glow in the Dark Fidget Spinner – $9.90
  • The Incredible Fidget Spinner – $9.90
  • Spidey Fidget Spinner – $9.90 (also comes in a black color called Venom Fidget Spinner)
  • Hudsons Fidget Spinner – $14.90
  • Crusade Fidget Spinner – $14.90
  • Gold Drop Fidget Spinner – $18.90

Finally, fidget spinners are not just for kids. They are for adults too. We will so love to get our hands on THIS Berserker Fidget Spinner ($69.90). Check out all the gears!!

Berserker Fidget Spinner

Disclaimer: All prices quoted are in Singapore dollars. The fidget spinners were kindly sponsored by Fidjit Singapore. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed in this post belong to us.

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9 Comments

    1. Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for the encouragement on the kids’ reviews. I will pass it on to them. As for the fidget spinners, mostly it is for fun rather than actual therapeutic means. 🙂

  1. Interesting review. The jury is still out on whether it really helps with ADHD though but I must admit that the some of these spinners do look attractive to some extent, especially the glow in the dark ones. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi David, you are quite right on the ADHD issue. I have received mixed reviews from kids, parents and educators. Some feel that it helps a kid with a genuine issue, others feel otherwise. For my kids, they are quite fidgety, but I think they outgrow it after a while. It’s more a case of their need to move and not be sitting still for too long. You probably have more insights given that you deal with more kids in your professional path than I do. 🙂

  2. Wonderful reviews! We loved these fidget spinners by FidJit. We all played and I let my kids review it on my site. I personally loved the gold drop.

  3. It took me a while to succumb to buying bubba one and it was a gift from a gf who thought it might help with the fidgetness.
    Thanks for sharing the many fidget models…. I hope bubba doesn’t ask me for one more! 😉

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