Kinetic Flow Rings  - New craze for Kids! Here's where to buy them
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Kinetic Flow Rings - New craze for Kids! Here's where to buy them

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Found 30th Apr
Kinetic Flow Rings are set to be a big hit this summer with kids! It looks like a new and improved slinky, but they're so much more than that

I think this will be the craze in the school playground, they look like so much fun! ( I'm buying one!)

I've put together a few options of where you can buy them - they all vary slightly so, have a look and see which best suits you. I'll add in any more options as I find them

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UK options

The Works
Flow Ringz £4.00 (Silver) and Kinetic Flow Rings £4.00(multi coloured)

eBay -Flow Rings from £2.48

The Entertainer - Kinetic Flow Rings £5.00



Non UK option

Aliexpress - Magic Rings £1.63 - 2.32 delivered



FAQs

What is a Kinetic Flow Ring?

They are made from a single strand of thin flexible metal. They slip on to your arms so you can perform spinning tricks and illusions using centripetal force.

It's said to be a good sensory toy and is meant to be great for stress relief.

Set to be the new trend for the kids (and maybe a few adults this summer)


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Am I missing something?

This literally only goes up and down your arm.

I fear for the world.
Totally buying myself one, the kids can watch on.
Something else for school to ban!
blueroo2 h, 21 m ago

Am I missing something?This literally only goes up and down your arm.I …Am I missing something?This literally only goes up and down your arm.I fear for the world.


The world needs a bit more plastic / metal junk to be purchased, used for 5 minutes then thrown in the bin / sea.....
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Oh jeeez still waiting for my fidget spinner to arrive from China.
Totally buying myself one, the kids can watch on.
They are also on gearbest
thanks op might aswell get them in for when they ask for them.
Something else for school to ban!
A quick check on AliXpress shows these up at £1.63 delivered and hopefully they will arrive before summer.
Sorry but I had to edit this post because the price wasn't in the main post I just jumped straight ot the end of the comments.
Edited by: "Robert_Mugabe" 30th Apr
holeymoley1837 m ago

Something else for school to ban!



Our school sent a letter home saying the kids WERE allowed to bring fidget spinners (after weeks of me telling her that no, school was for learning, not for competetive one-upmanship toy waving)- thanks school. As an aside, 2 days later the spinner was smashed to pieces at play time. What joy!
Says who?
these wont catch on.. things branded as "the new craze" never do..
£2 on eBay with free delivery
my mate one handed andy bought one of these but it malfunctioned
The proper name for these is a toroflux! They're really cool! I've had one for a while, and it's great seeing it work from my arm to my nephew's tiny arm. It's quite easy to get them stuck, but equally so to fix them again.
Can you do anything else with it aside from roll it down various tubes, like arms etc? If so, how on Earth do one trick ponies like this get popular?
Jules_HT41 m ago

Our school sent a letter home saying the kids WERE allowed to bring fidget …Our school sent a letter home saying the kids WERE allowed to bring fidget spinners (after weeks of me telling her that no, school was for learning, not for competetive one-upmanship toy waving)- thanks school. As an aside, 2 days later the spinner was smashed to pieces at play time. What joy!


My children's old school banned things like that, but their new school has a much better attitude with giving them responsibility as long as they earn it and if they are found abusing the system then they loose out
I just bought a couple from The Range for my children (£4 each though).

Also I wanted to have a little play.
Still waiting for the squishy to arrive? Another 5 min fad......
Am I missing something?

This literally only goes up and down your arm.

I fear for the world.
Market stall and boot sale fodder 2018.
Just ordered two
It no Rubik's cube.
Shaun the Sheep says "don't be a sheep".
.. better than sitting behind the tv i guess. Wait.. is it?
blueroo2 h, 21 m ago

Am I missing something?This literally only goes up and down your arm.I …Am I missing something?This literally only goes up and down your arm.I fear for the world.


The world needs a bit more plastic / metal junk to be purchased, used for 5 minutes then thrown in the bin / sea.....
These are old I used to have some as a kid
lacamilla5 h, 57 m ago

Thx OP!On ebay 2 for £4.27Funny Flow Ring Toys Magic Kinetic Spring …Thx OP!On ebay 2 for £4.27Funny Flow Ring Toys Magic Kinetic Spring Infinity Arm Slinky Juggle Dream Dance


Ordered thanks
What's the point in this, does this Chinese device educate the child to face the world.....children want the encyclopaedia and books on algebra.
Great for 5min until it becomes slightly bent (which it's guaranteed to do when kids get hold of it) and then stops working properly!
That hand in the OP looks terrible, like it belongs to a cadaver or heroin addict.
surnjit6 h, 24 m ago

£2 on eBay with free delivery


have you a link pleasae.
TY for the heads up, sure the girlfriend will love this
The latest landfill after fidget spinners
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morpheus17 h, 53 m ago

The world needs a bit more plastic / metal junk to be purchased, used for …The world needs a bit more plastic / metal junk to be purchased, used for 5 minutes then thrown in the bin / sea.....

It's a single strip of inexpensive metal that probably takes up less than half a cubic inch, as toys go the footprint is tiny.
deleted4123371st May

It's a single strip of inexpensive metal that probably takes up less than …It's a single strip of inexpensive metal that probably takes up less than half a cubic inch, as toys go the footprint is tiny.


Just like carrier bags I suppose..... or plastic bottles...... *sigh*
My boys (18 and 11) got these from their Aunty for Xmas and they were their favourite gift for a couple of weeks. My husband is an engineer and even took it into work to show his colleagues, as he hadn't seen one before. They are very good fun, wont entertain forever, like fidget spinners, loom bands etc, but worth getting IMO x
samani30th Apr

Oh jeeez still waiting for my fidget spinner to arrive from China.


You should order the newest craze 6 months before it's invented! Problem solved.
Dangerous says school
Don't you think future generations will look back at us and be shocked at how wasteful we are? Millions of parents buying these for their kids for a few weeks, before the craze ended and they ended up in landfill. Such a shame.
Dragon3230th Apr

My children's old school banned things like that, but their new school has …My children's old school banned things like that, but their new school has a much better attitude with giving them responsibility as long as they earn it and if they are found abusing the system then they loose out


So overall you feel it was the right decision to burn it down?
Really? For Christ's sake, this is embarrassingly crap... like we need any more throwaway gimmicks in this world
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