Branded Fidget Spinners with Promotional Printed Logos

Logo printed fidget spinners with your company brand for promotional gifts from £1.45. LED light fidget spinner option. Standard colours or pantone with Tampo, Silk-screen Printing, CMYK printing front and back. In bulk for promotional giveaways

Promotional Fidget Spinners & Fidget Cubes

  • Branded Fidget Spinners for Promotional Gifts

    Branded Fidget Spinners for Promotional Gifts

Not only are fidget spinners a fun toy but along with fidget cubes they have a reputation for being beneficial in certain circumstances and especially as fidget tools for those classed as neurodivergent such as those of us on the autism spectrum or with ADHD. So the story goes and some might dispute that. Nevertheless they are a fun way to get your brand name out to customers and prospects.

The spinning fidget has three prongs with a central pivot that can be customised with your company logo in silk-screen or CMYK printing and it is available in 6 standard colours or your choice of Pantone.

For our BP400 you can brand on three caps that cover the weights on the prongs. We show guide prices for the caps or for the hub. For all four positions please ask Crazy Dave & Co for prices because we insist on remaining competitive.

What is a fidget spinner?

A fidget spinner is an flat toy with a central hub held between the thumb and finger and a body that is spun around the hub at a high enough speed to allow rotation inertia to create an unusual and interesting sensation like holding an inertia gyroscope toy from times gone by.

The round central body has a mechanical bearing with very little friction at each end which acts as a counterweight during spinning, increasing inertia and allows spinning for minutes at a time. The gyro effect of the spinning gives it a inexplicable stability that allows you to balance it on your finger and if you are really cool you can throw from one hand to the next whist it spins.

Hold the centre between two fingers and flick one of the prongs towards to the right or left to get it started.

The body feels like it could spin forever because the bearing is extremely efficient being made of highly engineered ball race with components of either steel or ceramic of a combination of both. Often a steel ball race with ceramic balls is used. It's hard to discern it slowing and that is why it's sometimes called an infinity spinner.

The design is most often three-pronged which are sometimes called a tri-spinner or tri-bar spinner. That's the style that is most recognisable and the kind Crazy Dave has for sale. There are many other styles with two or many prongs but there needs to be places where a finger can get hold so that you can give it a good spin.

The body is usually made of plastic with metal parts but it can be made from many materials and could be completely metal.

To get rotational inertia steel rings at the end of the prongs provides mass or weight at some distance from the hub and that help keep it spinning and provides the gyro effect that makes it fascinating.

The fidget spinner story.

The web and newspapers are awash with stories and comments about these spinners and there are contradictions. One in particular is the idea that it was invented by Catherine Hettinger in Florida who gave up trying to patent it back in 2005. However what she had invented was a spinning top that sits upon an upturned finger rather than the current form held between the index finger and thumb. The main similarity is in that the concept of the spinning object should be beneficial.

Meanwhile, if you are reading this with a touch device you need only go to Google and search for spinner and you can play with the one the display. It's not the same of course but you'll waste some time when you could be buying a real promotional item.

The presumed health benefits of fidget spinners and cubes.

People with developmental disabilities and those with autism spectrum disorders or ADHD often benefit from repetitive movements of objects and sounds in what is known as stimming or self-stimulation. It is a well established fact that objects with certain properties such as texture, colour, sound or motion are useful to such people and they are sometimes called fidget tools or manipulators or just a fidget. Occupational therapists confirm that if used correctly they do work.

On the web its easy to find claims that there's no scientific proof that fidget spinners are in any way beneficial in improving concentration or for soothing, but no research has been done.

It is worth paying attention to what autistic people actually say. For example Sarah Kurchack asked fellow neurodivergent people about spinners and she's mildly convinced that they have a use but could not guarantee that it actually helped her. She thinks neurotypical people or NTs (not deemed to be neurodivergent) are missing the plot a bit.

It is possible that for some people spinners do enhance concentration, reduce anxiety and stimulate learning but it is also likely that for neuro-typical school children those benefits are used as an excuse for having fun and arguing with teacher.

Branded Fidget Spinners & Cubes