Fidgetland toys help fidgeters fidget


I don’t fidget nearly as much as an adult as I did when I was a child, but I still love little toys like the Jumbo Noah Fidget Toy from Fidgetland. What the heck is a fidget toy you ask? Fidget toys can be the clicker in your pen or even an ordinary paperclip. It’s something that you can’t stop fiddling with when you’re in a meeting or a class and are supposed to be paying attention. Fidgetland toys are small “gadgets” that you can manipulate with your fingers. The Jumbo Noah consists of two rings connected with what looks like links from a bicycle chain. Twirling this toy in your hand can help manage stress and anxiety in a better way than biting your nails or other bad habits.

Fidgetland sells a variety of fidget toys like the Jumbo Noah which is available in 11 colors and is priced from $9 to $15 at and ThinkGeek. Also be sure and check out the Fidget Club on Amazon for even more cool fidget toys.

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6 comments… add one
  • Betty Widerski October 25, 2016, 12:34 pm

    I’ve been using a small mounted set of 4 mechanical keyboard keys as a fidget toy, because bubblewrap annoyed my co-worker but key clicks are normal in an IT office 🙂

    I’ve also pledged for the Fidget Cube you mentioned last month (their Kickstarter is over but it can still be pre-ordered: ).

    But the keyboard sampler doesn’t fit well in a pocket, so I just ordered one of Fidgetland’s designs for on the go.

  • John Kes October 25, 2016, 1:52 pm

    I almost bought a Gear Ring as a combination wedding ring and fidget toy:

  • Kristy November 2, 2016, 5:39 pm

    Have you tried the fidgets from Fidgetworks? I have used the Stephie fidget for a couple of months now from Fidgetland and really enjoyed it until a couple of the rubber rings broke. I went on Amazon to buy another one and noticed Fidgetworks. While they are both very similar, I feel the one from Fidgetworks rotates easier.

    These little chain toys are a life saver though! Helps me get through long lectures at school.

  • Stuart February 24, 2017, 10:10 am

    So disappointing to hear about all of the terrible quality fidget cube knock-offs… but I’m glad that fidget toys as tools are becoming more mainstream

  • Andrew Chapman June 20, 2017, 6:49 pm

    Great post, very informative. Thanks for sharing.

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