Before the Fidget Spinner, there was the Fidget Cube. Design by Matthew and Mark Mclachlan, co-founders of Antsy Labs. “An unusually addicting, high-quality desk toy designed to help you focus. Fidget at work, in class, and at home in style.” – Antsy Labs. A desk toy for anyone who likes to fidget. The Fidget Cube was designed to provide an easy way to keep your hands occupied. The product features something to fidget with on each side. Described by ‘The Verge’ as “basically a baby toy for adults”. It became one of the highest crowdfunding projects on Kickstarter. With 154,926 backers who pledged $6,465,690 to breathe life into the project. If you want to know more about their campaign, updates, where to buy and frequently asked questions, check them out on Kickstarter and their website Antsy Labs.
No need to click that pen anyone. You’ll find 3 clicker buttons and 2 silenced buttons on this side design to satisfy the clicker in each of us.
Looking for a circular fidget? Take this dial for a spin.
The gears and ball on this side are all about movement.
Pivot this witch back and forth gently if you’re looking to fidget silently. or quickly for a more audible click.
You don’t have to be a gamer to enjoy the unusually satisfying gliding action of this joystick.
Say goodbye to stress. The design of this face is inspired by traditional worry stones, tools used to reduce anxiety when rubbed.