Fidget Spinners are all the rage these days. These toys are marketed as tools to help relieve stress, thus, functioning as a stress buster. We are not exactly sure if it works as advertised, but that hasn’t stopped millions from purchasing the fidget spinners. A plastic spinner can cost you as little as $5, but what about the more expensive, high-end fidget spinners? There are exorbitantly priced fidget spinners that can burn a hole in your pocket!
Selling for: $425
The Titan Ring Designs Tispin Prop bears a close resemblance to a propeller and it is made of grade 5 aircraft titanium. Hence, it is basically constructed of the same material that is used to make real aircraft props! The fidget spinner is micro-tooled by hand to facilitate a perfect balance. Selling for around $425, the purchase of the Tispin Prop is more likely to give you stress than provide you relieve from stress.
Bathgate Artifact Spinner
Selling for: $700
Selling for around $700, the Bathgate Artifact Spinner looks stunning, to say the least. It is designed by Chris Bathgate and it has been constructed with stainless steel and brass for a distinct look, helping it set itself apart from its contemporaries. If you are looking to purchase this beauty, you should consider finding one on eBay as they are all sold out!
Rotablade Superconductor Stubby Spinner and Cigar Stand
Selling for: $665
The Rotablade Superconductor Stubby Spinner and Cigar Stand functions as both a spinner and a cigar stand. Constructed of pure titanium and boasting of a ¨superconductor¨ finish, the product looks stunning beyond belief. If you want to get your hands on this beauty, you will have to wait for a while as the pre-order has sold out.
9 Gear Fidget Spinner
Selling for: $600
Made entirely by hand, the 9 Gear Fidget Spinner boasts of 9 interlocked gears that allow the fidget spinner to also function as a fidget square. The product is made entirely of brass. Therefore, it requires frequent maintenance work to prevent corrosion. It will cost you $600 to acquire the 9 Gear Fidget Spinner. And, if you want to purchase the cool-looking spinner briefcase, you will have to shell out an additional $140.
Black Lotus Tri Sterling Silver
Selling for: $445
The Black Lotus Tri Sterling Silver is made by high-tech 3D printing. So, how do they make this product? Well, they first create a wax mould with the aid of a 3D printer. After that, they pour silver into it to give shape to a body. After it is cooled, the body is coloured with tritium powder and polished to give a sparkling shine.