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EDC Metal Fidget Slider Clicker Haptic Toys for Adults
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EDC Metal Fidget Slider Clicker Haptic Toys for Adults

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Experience the ultimate stress relief with the Metal Fidget Slider EDC Fidget Clicker Haptic Slider Fidget Toys for Adults. This high-quality, durable metal fidget toy is designed to provide a satisfying click and slide action, perfect for keeping your hands busy and your mind focused. Ideal for those who need a little extra help concentrating, or for anyone who enjoys the tactile sensation of a good fidget toy. With its sleek design and durable construction, it's not just a toy, but a stylish accessory as well. Perfect for use at home, in the office, or on the go.

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87 Reviews
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Manufacturer: WSHWXY

Dimensions: 1.77 x 0.98 x 0.51 inches

Weight: 1.44 ounces

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October 22, 2023
4out of 5
I like this product, it’s very satisfying and clicky. You definitely can’t use this around other people in any sort of quiet environment, it’s surprisingly loud and I imagine would be very annoying for others to hear. I would also prefer it if it was slightly larger, I can’t fit all four fingers on it. But still overall pretty satisfied.
5out of 5
I love the clicking noises, it’s very satisfying. Not great when you’re in a quiet environment and don’t want to disturb anyone, but if noise isn’t an issue, it’s very effective. I got it to deter myself from biting my nails and (when I remember I have it) it does work. I compulsively click it and forget all about my poor fingernails
The media could not be loaded. I love this little fidget. It’s the most I’ve ever paid for a fidget (19$) but it’s amazing quality and it does not feel cheap. The tiles are held on by a not so strong magnet so I’m afraid a tile will eventually fall off and get lost. But im sure if I take care of it I’ll be fine. I freaking love this thing!!! Definitely not for small children.
September 20, 2023
4out of 5
What I like: I like that it’s made of metal. Nice weight for being small. Small but not too small. What bothers me: my fingers are a little too big and I end up pressing two buttons at once. What I don’t like: clicks are too loud - not a problem if you’re alone but will really annoy anyone near you. Almost as loud as a zippo lighter. I don’t like how easily it comes apart (the magnets are the only thing keeping the buttons on and they fall off easily) - I wish it came with a little bag for storage for when you throw it into your purse or a drawer.
October 11, 2023
4out of 5
August 30, 2023
5out of 5
I love this fidget but I'm pretty sure my secretary loathes it. Nice and small but with a very satisfying 'click'. I wish I had one at home, but my wife would murder me.
I have a number of fidget "clicker/slider" type items. And while I like each of them for different reasons, some of them can be a bit hard to manipulate. Some have very strong magnets and aren't very cooperative when I go to slide them. I have one that, if I use it for any length of time, starts to cause a hand cramp for me! I still enjoy fidgeting with that one, but I have to concentrate on it a bit more. Some fidget toys have a learning curve - I have a milk cap toy that takes some practice to use. Again, it's one I like, but you really don't just pick it up and start clicking away. You have to hold it a certain way, apply force in a certain place with a certain amount of pressure and speed, etc. With this you can literally just pick it up and start pressing the keys and get that solid click feedback. Perhaps there are tricks you can learn with this, but for me I appreciate just being able to pick it up off the nightstand and start pushing keys. The clicks are solid. It is small and light, so it could easily drop into a pocket. The keys are pretty easy to remove, if desired. This is a toy that doesn't require that you pay strict attention to it in order to use and enjoy it.
June 17, 2023
5out of 5
I have a magnetic attachment to all things metal. I try to get everything I love in a metal version etc.. I take this everywhere! Not only is it a great looking item the mechanics are quite soothing. You can find other ways to use it as well. For instance, I’ve started just rolling my thumb in a circle manipulating all of the pieces twice verses pressing each button. This is not a one trick pony is to experiment a bit. I love it. I want to buy another one as a backup, just to make sure I am never without one. It’s a little pricey but we’ll worth it.