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Metallic Fidget Spinner - £4.00 @ The Works

£4.00 @ The Works
Found this on the works website after trying to find my one to buy again. I have the non-metallic one of this, and it spins for almost 4 minutes (I timed it). Much better than the overpriced Entertain… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Found this on the works website after trying to find my one to buy again. I have the non-metallic one of this, and it spins for almost 4 minutes (I timed it). Much better than the overpriced Entertainer ones
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
Why is this cold?
1 Like #2
Sure I read that Poundland have the metal ones also.
#3
pashaDOLL
Why is this cold?


People tend to vote cold on fidget spinners now because of the ones in Poundland. Which I have yet to see in any of my local stores and if I bought one, I doubt it would be much good. The one I have feels premium and spins a long time.
1 Like #4
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/fairytailfanon/images/2/29/F%C5%ABma_Shuriken.gif/revision/latest?cb=20120125091330
1 Like #5
None in my poundland either, said they don't sell them. Picked up a couple from the carboot on Sunday and the middles fell out and caps kept coming off. Problem is all the ones I've seen for sale appear to be from the same source as they all have the same tags or boxes. I have two other children asking me for them but don't want to waste my money again. Are metal ones better than plastic? I bought one of each on Sunday, the plastic one was actually preferred to the metal as it appeared to spin faster. I guess if I buy from the Works if they fell to pieces they might replace them.
#6
Got one from ebay last week £1.29p,so £4 a bit steep, id say.
#7
yep cheaper elsewhere
#8
jools2001
Got one from ebay last week £1.29p,so £4 a bit steep, id say.
was it a UK source? can you share the seller?
#9
yungchuong
jools2001
Got one from ebay last week £1.29p,so £4 a bit steep, id say.
was it a UK source? can you share the seller?

I'm interested too.

I gave up looking for the best price on eBay. Sorting by lowest price gets pages full of sellers that have multiple prices within one item page. They do themselves no favours. They try to lure you in with a low bottom end price just to find out the the item available at that price is an empty box or something! I skip past them every time now.
#10
mine was 1.99 on ebay uk seller, but as you say you do have to search
#11
yungchuong
jools2001
Got one from ebay last week £1.29p,so £4 a bit steep, id say.
was it a UK source? can you share the seller?

The seller was: Sold by bestseller707 ( 92417 )
but lookslike he,s sold out now,as not listed anymore
btw it was £1.99 (my mistake) but was uk, and delivered in 3 days
1 Like #12
Can't always trust ebay. I bought one from eBay and the listing got removed the day after. Waited 2/3 weeks to get it because they "lost" the first one. Most listings for fidget spinners are ebay are newly posted so beware and if there's no reviews/no positive reviews, buy from somewhere else
#13
cold just for this stupid fad!
#14
bouncy99
cold just for this stupid fad!


You do you boo :)
banned#15
is it really that hot? (_;):3

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