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Background

This was a gift from my relative I could not recall when it was given. I believed it was between 2016 and 2017 when this stuff came out.

The Stuff

The Antsy Labs Fidget Cube is a small cube with tools on each side: a switch, gears, a rolling ball (marble), a joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and five buttons.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Antsy Labs Fidget Cube in a small drawstring pouch
The Antsy Labs Fidget Cube in a small drawstring pouch

Sides of the fidget cube with the tools
Sides of the fidget cube with the tools

Other sides of the fidget cube
Other sides of the fidget cube

Size of the fidget cube on my hand
Size of the fidget cube on my hand

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Antsy Labs Fidget Cube for a while now since this post. I like that it keeps my fingers "active", and also exercises while I am thinking when working :) But since one side of the hand is being used for this, it is challenging to use it when I am typing.

Some of the tools may be disturbing to others, especially the switch, as it has an on/off sound when using it. It is best used in a personal space rather than in a meeting/conference room.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Antsy Labs Fidget Cube is fun and interesting stuff to have. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the links below:



Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Amazon: