Fidget Spinners £1.99 at Home Bargains
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Fidget Spinners £1.99 at Home Bargains

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LocalFound 5th May 2017
Found in the Home Bargains near the Racecourse in Pontefract. If you want to check if your local has some ring up, I think they'll all be getting them in this week!
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    I'd rather fidget with the two quid.
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    Cheers OP , mine had none in yesterday but will try again next week heat added
    Thanks, my OHs daughter keeps talking about these.
    Original Poster
    Yeah, I don't like them that much, but at least it's a deal that interests a lot of people too :D. Saves waiting for eBay ones to come haha.
    Banned
    what do you do with it???....Spin?
    hukdette

    Yeah, I don't like them that much, but at least it's a deal that … Yeah, I don't like them that much, but at least it's a deal that interests a lot of people too :D. Saves waiting for eBay ones to come haha.



    Ordered one from Amazon few days ago - Son picked it out - ordered for him - did not check seller details - on it's way from China - "hey you chose that one Son" was not what he wanted to hear.. will check home bargains later on today .. Thanks OP
    My lad has ADHD and has had one of these for about 5 months now in school so he can fidget without annoying others. Now it has become "popular" they have been banned. thanks
    Been looking everywhere for these thanks op
    By the time everyone gets hold of these little Tarquin will have moved onto another playground trend.

    They're designed for kids with ADHD and Autism for good reason, let kids who need them be able to get hold of them.
    Edited by: "MCFCSte" 5th May 2017
    Morecambe town centre store has them
    I'd rather fidget with the two quid.
    willysnapper

    I'd rather fidget with the two quid.



    Two pound coins - one on top of the other - hold them between thumb and forefinger - rub em back n fore!
    tighty

    My lad has ADHD and has had one of these for about 5 months now in school … My lad has ADHD and has had one of these for about 5 months now in school so he can fidget without annoying others. Now it has become "popular" they have been banned. thanks



    The school won't make your child exempt from the ruling?
    willysnapper

    I'd rather fidget with the two quid.



    ​Given your username I'm guessing your not really fidgeting with those 2 pound coins in your pocket
    I would rather wait for someone very clever to invent something that I can spend my money on so I can stick it in my drawer and forget about it! oh look there's a Tamagotchi...oO
    gazdoubleu

    Given your username I'm guessing your not really fidgeting with those 2 … Given your username I'm guessing your not really fidgeting with those 2 pound coins in your pocket


    You are letting your address affect your imagination!
    ...Hardhorn way!

    http://i65.tinypic.com/2l913x2.jpg
    JumpMan1980

    The school won't make your child exempt from the ruling?



    LOL a school inforcing a "collective punishment" for the actions of a few - god forbid.

    I'm not that fussed as we have other strategies, just highlighting the plight of Special Needs in mainstream schooling.
    tighty

    My lad has ADHD and has had one of these for about 5 months now in school … My lad has ADHD and has had one of these for about 5 months now in school so he can fidget without annoying others. Now it has become "popular" they have been banned. thanks



    I sent a letter in to my sons teacher and he is allowed to keep his.
    Mrs_gilbs

    I sent a letter in to my sons teacher and he is allowed to keep his.



    ..much to the envy of his class mates I'm sure
    I say....bang on trend..............was sliders now spinners
    Bet those politicians won't need them.... they'll taught to spin any which way... when distracted with the truth
    kiaclare

    Morecambe town centre store has them


    In the Arndale?
    I'd looked at the Westgate branch but that was at the start of the week.
    Ended up getting them from Pound Fever, not a retail experience to envy
    MCFCSte

    By the time everyone gets hold of these little Tarquin will have moved … By the time everyone gets hold of these little Tarquin will have moved onto another playground trend.They're designed for kids with ADHD and Autism for good reason, let kids who need them be able to get hold of them.



    Because there's some massive Fidget Spinner shortage or stopping people with ADHD and Autism from buying them?

    These have been sold as toys for ages. It has become a playground trend and there's nothing wrong with that.

    If anything it brings the ADHD and Autism point to light and opens the door to teach kids about and normalise the spinner.
    Fagol

    Because there's some massive Fidget Spinner shortage or stopping people … Because there's some massive Fidget Spinner shortage or stopping people with ADHD and Autism from buying them? These have been sold as toys for ages. It has become a playground trend and there's nothing wrong with that. If anything it brings the ADHD and Autism point to light and opens the door to teach kids about and normalise the spinner.



    They will definitely be priced up and be reduced in stock due to the trends and as people have said they're being banned from schools because kids are **** about with them in class therefore the kids who need them can't use them. If you think the kids playing with them are doing it to educate themselves towards disabilities then naive isn't the word.
    Banned
    Thanks OP, just looking for these guys
    tightasagnatschu

    In the Arndale?I'd looked at the Westgate branch but that was at the … In the Arndale?I'd looked at the Westgate branch but that was at the start of the week.Ended up getting them from Pound Fever, not a retail experience to envy



    Yeh they had some at 9am, but can't see them having any left now. Haven't been in poundfever for ages, can't get in with the pram so don't bother plus like you say it's a unique experience lol
    MCFCSte

    They will definitely be priced up and be reduced in stock due to the … They will definitely be priced up and be reduced in stock due to the trends and as people have said they're being banned from schools because kids are **** about with them in class therefore the kids who need them can't use them. If you think the kids playing with them are doing it to educate themselves towards disabilities then naive isn't the word.



    They're literally everywhere now and for dirt cheap. You are on a post that is saying they're selling for £1.99. Chinese factories are pumping these out like crazy.

    If a school bans them then the parent can send a letter to the school (they should have in the beginning if they were already sending their kid to school with it) to make sure their kid is exempt from the ban.

    And who said the kids will teach themselves?

    Stop grasping at straws. You tried to make a smart comment but got called out for not making sense.

    Better luck next time.
    I predict these to last as long as the 'Loom Band' craze!
    Todays fad, tomorrows Landfill. Brings back memories of Loom Bands
    Pointless tat.
    no one will want them in a month, so you can grab some strange spinning things then! wasnt there something similar in the 80s? can't think what it was called....
    What's the ADHD/Autism argument? I'm on the spectrum and wondering whether this is useful. Is it just something to calm you down or distract you a little?
    brodiesteph

    no one will want them in a month, so you can grab some strange spinning … no one will want them in a month, so you can grab some strange spinning things then! wasnt there something similar in the 80s? can't think what it was called....


    Aerobie
    CampGareth

    What's the ADHD/Autism argument? I'm on the spectrum and wondering … What's the ADHD/Autism argument? I'm on the spectrum and wondering whether this is useful. Is it just something to calm you down or distract you a little?


    Calming and stopping fidgeting, helps them focus. My 6 year old is obsessed with electrical and hand cranked fans (its the spinning) so loves them.
    I was in my local town (Blackburn) in Lancashire and I walked through the market, literally every stall had them.
    I teach in a private secondary school and there is a blanket ban on these except for those with learning difficulties or other medically substantiated needs
    Ordered one from the works, they took payment and hasn't turned up yet. May get one from here instead since I live near one
    get a fidget cube instead. much more original and arnt banned at schools
    robbie1412

    get a fidget cube instead. much more original and arnt banned at schools


    Yet
    love these things. really good for stopping you from picking when watching tv
    Where abouts were they? I live near that home bargains so will call in today xx
    these things are hopeless, blunt as hell, worst throwing star i`ve ever used
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