Fidget Cube

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The Fidget Cube is a small hand-held device (known as a fidget toy or stimulator toy) designed by Matthew and Mark Mclachlan, brothers and co-founders of the Colorado-based design studio Antsy Labs.wikipedia
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It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons. Breathe: A (usually oval) indentation approximately 2–3 mm deep. Intended to be used similarly to a worry stone.
Fidget Cube

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After its 2016 Kickstarter campaign, The Fidget Cube was one of the highest-funded crowdfunding projects (the tenth-highest-funded Kickstarter project).

Fidgeting

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Fidgeting
There are several devices that aim to aid fidgeting, including fidget cubes, fidget spinners, fidget sticks (kururin) and fidget pens.

Fidget spinner

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Stress ball

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Gear

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It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons.

Trackball

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It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons. Roll: Contains captive metal ball (similar to a trackball) and three ridged cogs (similar to a combination lock), all of which can be rotated. The ball also produces an audible click if pressed down upon.

Joystick

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It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons.

Push-button

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It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons.

Dice

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Click: One face has five buttons, with one button at each corner and one in the middle of the face, like the "5" side of a standard die. Two of the buttons are silent, two are loud, audible clicks, and the middle button has a quieter click.

Combination lock

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Roll: Contains captive metal ball (similar to a trackball) and three ridged cogs (similar to a combination lock), all of which can be rotated. The ball also produces an audible click if pressed down upon.

Switch

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Flip: A colored rocker switch. On some fidget cubes when the switch is moved quickly it makes a sound whereas if it moved slowly it does not make a sound.

Gamepad

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Glide: A joystick similar to those found on some gamepads.

Millimetre

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Breathe: A (usually oval) indentation approximately 2–3 mm deep. Intended to be used similarly to a worry stone.

The Verge

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In a positive review, The Verge described the cube as "basically a baby toy for adults".

Kickstarter

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After its 2016 Kickstarter campaign, The Fidget Cube was one of the highest-funded crowdfunding projects (the tenth-highest-funded Kickstarter project).

Worry beads

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Worry beads