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Zentri fidget spinner (metal, R188 bearing) $18

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I got into fidget spinners recently and have been looking for deals on good, quality spinners. Found this one from Fidgethq.com, which is based in US and ships quick. They also have great customer service.

Their Zentri and Zenduo are some of the best spinners out there. Get both for $33 and free shipping.

These are quality spinners, not your cheap GearBest, plastic stuff. I bought one of those in a previous SD for $3 and it came broken, with rusted bearings. No more plastic spinners for me.

Edit: wow, I guess theres not much interest in quality fidget spinners on SD.
They range from 30 to 300, with some going north of $400 on ebay.
The Zentri is a top-rated $50 spinner on sale for $27 plus $10 coupon. In my book, that's a deal.
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Fore the love of god will this fad just die already
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Can we just create one huge fidget spinner deals megathread?
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I'm looking to buy heavy fidget spinner to train my fingers. The job is required to have strong and fast fingers to help some ladies.
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I see some kid or young adult playing with one of these things and just shake my head. Seems autism is running rampant in America.


PS: To give 18 bucks for one has got to be full on retard.
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Just because it spins doesn't mean it's a good deal. Sheesh you are a grown man
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I see some kid or young adult playing with one of these things and just shake my head. Seems autism is running rampant in America.


PS: To give 18 bucks for one has got to be full on retard.

I thought so too, until I tried one and was hooked.

You can use the same logic for people paying over $300 for watches (many deals on SD) . You can tell time much easier and more accurately on your phone but ppl buy them.

This deal is for people who want this stuff and are looking for something better than the cheapo plastic crap. If you don't, don't look at the deal.
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I thought so too, until I tried one and was hooked.

You can use the same logic for people paying over $300 for watches (many deals on SD) . You can tell time much easier and more accurately on your phone but ppl buy them.

This deal is for people who want this stuff and are looking for something better than the cheapo plastic crap. If you don't, don't look at the deal.
Agreed.

I'm 36 and wouldn't ever buy one of these...but if you enjoy them then what's the big deal? It isn't like you're hurting anyone.

Your watch analogy is a great one too...

That being said...This isn't a hot deal...
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PS: To give 18 bucks for one has got to be full on retard.
Per some of these replies/justifications.....that appears to be too late.
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Agreed.

I'm 36 and wouldn't ever buy one of these...but if you enjoy them then what's the big deal? It isn't like you're hurting anyone.

Your watch analogy is a great one too...

That being said...This isn't a hot deal...
I wear a watch so I don't have to pull my phone out to see the time.
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Everyone who has a need for one of these fidget things should just chop their hands off. Problem solved.
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Everyone who has a need for one of these fidget things should just chop their hands off. Problem solved.
Same thing can be said for those who insist on crapping on a deal because they simply don't like the type of product.
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Same thing can be said for those who insist on crapping on a deal because they simply don't like the type of product.
I still remember all the shill's that stood in line to buy pet rocks.
That was the epitome of human sheep behavior.
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I still remember all the shill's that stood in line to buy pet rocks.
That was the epitome of human sheep behavior.
I had a pet rock as a kid. Pure genius! Kid wants a pet, buy one that doesn't eat, poop, or make noise. Voila, pet rock!
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These things are supposed to help people focus?

Funny, I was helping my older daughter with her girl scouts presentation last week and 2 of the girls had a spinner. They were completely unable to focus on the presentation until I spoke up and told them to please put them away.
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