Trying to find a good spinner but don’t want to spend a fortune? I don’t either! Especially not for my kids who break pretty much everything I own. And unless you’re trying to start a collection, it’s perfectly fine to go with a cheap option. That being said, you don’t want something that falls apart on the first day you get it. Also, your kid probably wants a fidget spinner that spins for a while so he can show it to his friends. So you know, I have fidget spinners for myself and my kids. For some reason, it helps me to get writing when I’d rather watch another stupid YouTube video.
That being said, you don’t want something that falls apart on the first day you get it. Also, your kid probably wants a fidget spinner that spins for a while so he can show it to his friends. So you know, I have fidget spinners for myself and my kids. For some reason, it helps me to get writing when I’d rather watch another stupid YouTube video.
Does it really help me focus? It seems like it. Is it going to make it even harder to concentrate in the long-run? I guess it’s possible; however, there’s no real evidence of that. Anyway, if you’re looking for a cheap option, here are a few good fidget spinners I’ve come across.
5 Good $10 to $20 Fidget Spinners for ADHD EDC
Contents at a Glance
Looking for a good fidget spinner but don’t want to spend too much? Here are 5 options I think you’ll like. Want to know what to look for? Take a look at our guide below.
Degbit Ceramic Bearing Fidget Spinner
First of all, there are a lot of similar spinners to the one shown above on Amazon and E-bay by various customers. Some of them are legitimate products and others are filled with fake reviews or made from 3D printers. This one is your basic black ABS hard plastic design that comes with a premium hybrid ceramic bearing. Typically these types of spinners last up to 3 minutes and, because of the plastic, won’t wear out quickly. As the inside rings are stainless steel, they also don’t rust – an issue that many cheap spinners suffer from.
Although all of these products are listed for ADHD EDC, spinners are definitely for everyone that needs a little help concentrating. Yes, that includes me. Sometimes I’ll use a fidget spinner to help me think between the lines.
For this Degbit fidget spinner, it’s well balanced which means you should be able to use it to do tricks like tossing it from one hand to the other. Overall, the Degbit spinner is definitely one I’d recommend if you can get it for around $10. It’s a reasonable price for a ceramic bearing fidget spinner that uses stainless steel as well. It’s similar to the Holisouse tri-spinner we featured in this $20 fidget toys article.
WooCool Fidget Spinner
It’s nice to have an option like this because so many kids have the same looking spinners and this one is more of a unique design. For this spinner, you should be able to get anywhere from 2 minutes to around 4 minutes right out of the box.
Overall this is a great spinner for around $10. It kind of looks stupid flimsy in the picture but it’s much more substantily than you think. The material is ABS plastic and should hold up to a lot of spins.
Spreaze Fidget Spinner
Here’s another unique design you can find for around $10 to $15 based on the seller you choose when checking out. As there’s a lot of competition out there, there are many fakes that can be sold along with the original seller. So, check out with the Newee store to make sure you get a legitimate product.
As far as the Spreaze fidget spinner I not only like the design, but the texture on the outside of the ring as well. This acts as a secondary fidget option when you’re tired of spinning. like the coated texture.
Again, if you get this one, I’ll recommend you go with the Newee Store. I’m not saying that none of the other options are legitimate, but I’m not sure of them. If you order them, it’s possible they’ll come in at one fifth the size or end up being a sticker. Overall, this is another good fidget spinner for cheap and one that’s a lot of fun for your kids. The spin time was fairly good out of the box as well.
Ivovo Fidget Spinner
Here’s another affordable hybrid ceramic si3N4 bearing fidget spinner. It comes in 5 colors from Ivovo. There are several other brands that sell a similar spinner but the Ivovo comes in at a very reasonable price of around $10.
It’s well-balanced which makes it easy to do tricks and it’s the typical size that most kids are looking for. Out of the box, this one should get you spins of 2 to 3 minutes. So, it’s certainly not going to break any records, but for the money, you get pretty good spin times.
Again, there’s nothing that really sets this fidget spinner apart other than the fact that it’s cheap, has decent spin times, and comes in a bunch of colors. This is perfect and you’re like me and need to have a different color for each kid in your herd.
Street and VIP Fidgeteer Fidget Spinners
If you’re willing to spend a little bit more for more quality, I highly recommend the Street Fidgeteer which comes in at around $5 more. The Fidgeteer has pretty average spin times of around 2 to 3 minutes out of the box, but is made of quality materials from a company that stands by their work.
In addition to the standard spinner, you can also check out the Fidgeteer VIP which comes with some crazy spin times out of the box. For some, up to 7 minutes! It’s not your typical 3 sided spinner, but a lot of kids (and adults) like to play with different shapes. It comes with quality R188 bearings that include a 1-year warranty.
Overall, Fidgeteer puts out a pretty good quality fidget spinner for cheap. They’re definitely worth a look if you’re starting out.
Bearings and Fidget Spinners
Fidget spinners use bearings to spin. So, as you can imagine, some are better than others. The better spinners lead to longer spins. Most fidget spinners have a bearing that’s replaceable. I wrote a guide in my previous article. So, if you’re wanting to know which bearings to buy, you can learn more about the best fidget spinner bearings here.
Overall, fidget spinners are great for helping you get rid of old habits like nail biting and shaking your leg. Both of these I still do, so clearly “help” is the keyword in that sentence. For those of you looking for a solution to these or other bad habits, here’s an e-hug. Enjoy it and use it with your fidget spinner for some additional motivation to stop those embarassing habits.
Fidget spinners are also supposed to help you concentrate. Personally, I find this to be true. If you have any questions about any of the spinners I’ve listed above, I’m happy to help you below. Also, I certainly can’t review all of the generic spinners out there. So, if you come across one that you really like, let me know.