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Dont worry. We are almost at the end of the tunnel. The end of the fidget spinner craze looks to be insight. But, as they say, out of the frying pan into the fire. The rise of the Fidget Sticks by Kwist is on the horizon.
What Fidget Sticks?
Made by Kwist, Fidget Sticks are looking like they could be the next big trend. In Kwist’s on words, “No matter how you use it: for meditation, competition, fidgeting, creativity, dexterity, education or just for fun – the Kwist won’t let you down. Made from durable cherry wood, the Kwist has the perfect texture and shape for nailing the coolest tricks. The Kwist has a special cylindrical shape allowing it to turn, jump and twist in many different ways while retaining a surprising amount of kinetic energy. Kwist is inspired by japanese woodcraft, and designed and prototyped in Norway.”
Also known as Fidget Rollers, Kwist look like they are just one brand of Fidget Stick toys with several other producers jumping on the bandwagon. It looks like everyone is trying to make some money off what could be the next big toy trend.
How does it work?
As mentioned above, the Fidget Sticks are made from cherry wood with rubber on the tips. Their design allows thema range of motion and those with good co-ordination can do make them do some interesting tricks. The toy is said to help built fluid movement and develop co-ordination. It is also promoted as reducing anxiety and promoting concentration.
Check out the videos below of Fidget Sticks in action. Looking to buy on? Check out Kwist’s website today.
What do you think of Fidget Sticks?
What do you think of Fidget Sticks? Do they seem worthwhile aids or just the next dust collector? Have you used them? Let us know in the comment box below.