Fidget spinners have taken the world by storm lately, and there seems to be a spinner for everyone! From being budget friendly to designer grade, there are spinners that were created just for those who are willing to shell out the dough. Here are the 10 most expensive fidget spinners you have to see!
GP3 Titanium Fidget Spinner
Made and sold by a company called mecarmy, this round GP3 Titanium fidget spinner is selling for around $190. Not only is it being marketed as an effective spinner, but it is also being heralded for its sleek design that makes its owner look incredibly sharp. Considering that a lot of spinners will either have a bar design or a tri tip look, having something completely circular would make any sinner stand out. It weighs about 4.3 ounces and it’s about 2.5 inches by 0.7 inches making it a small and discreet little contraption. It is made with a TC4 Titanium alloy shell and comes in black, blue, or sandblasted. All of the Titanium is coded with PVD, which stands for physical vapor deposition. This ensures that the spinner is safe from scratching, corrosion, and color fading, and will last a long time. Spin time ranges to around 2-3 minutes per spin depending on how intense you flick it. It uses a stainless steel and ceramic hybrid bearing. The GP3 also comes with its own cloth case that looks a lot like a wallet, ensuring that the spinner is in a discreet pouch that will protect it in transit.
The price of the skull spinner depends on what you want. The basic design is $120 while a custom spinner will cost you around $300. The scull spinners are from the mastermind Arkadiy Lukashenko from Russia. The spinner comes with his own custom case and is made out of Titanium all around, and even the buttons are Titanium. The skull spinner comes with a variety of options in colors and design, making it so your spinner is a true reflection of you. The design is a bar type look, with skulls on each side. You have the option to get both sides engraved with the skull design. It is lightweight and weighs a little over 1.3 ounces. The spin time is over 2 minutes, and given it uses a ceramic hybrid bearing, that’s no surprise. But if you want to order a skull spinner, you’ll have to get on Facebook and join Lukashenko’s private Facebook group. There, you can get more information about ordering and get in contact with the company itself. You’ll probably have to use a company like PayPal to finalize your purchase, making this Scull spinner a true “Underground” experience from start to finish. Lukashenko has even made one of Darth Vader’s helmet instead of the traditional skull that made waves in the spinner community!
The beauty of fidget’s spinners is that they can have multiple looks to them. There’s the design they were made with, and then there’s the magic that happens when the design changes once it starts spinning. This beautiful fidget spinner was designed for a person who enjoys color and culture. Made by a company called Fegve, this magically colored spinner is made with ceramic bearings, giving it a spin time of over 5 minutes. There is also an option to get the spinner covered with tritium, which glows by itself with no electricity needed. But there’s more than just color on the spinner, as the art can be found in the details. There is a Mayan totem art inscribed all over the spinner, which is sure to bring a real look to it when it’s in full spin. There are three ends to this spinner, giving it adequate weight so it can spin for as long as it possibly can. Fegve is known for its quality titanium fidget’s spinners, so it is safe to say that the Maya totem is also made of Titanium as well. Between the material, the bearings, and the design, it seems that $200 that it costs to buy this fidgets spinner may very well be worth it!
Created by revolve makers, the Alpha spinner is worth about $200. The base is made from 954 bearing bronze with buttons that come in different material grades. You can get the buttons on either bronze, stainless steel, or even upgrade to Titanium. Of course, with any upgrade, you should expect to pay a bit more money. The spinner itself is one inch by three inches, and it comes with ceramic hybrid bearings, ensuring that the toy spins to its fullest potential! What makes this spinner unique from the rest is the interchangeable parts, making this the fully customized experience that can be a dream come true for the most anxious fidgeter. You can even use one of the buttons as a mini desk stand so you can place the spinner a tabletop and spin away! The Alpha is considered to be a multi toy spinner, and revolve makers also sells a mini top you can use on top of the spinner. To have something spinning on top of a fidget spinner may seem like it could cause a rift in the universe, and after the time-space continuum! The Alpha comes in its own leather case for an additional cost, and it comes with brass snaps and grommets to match the spinner.
When one thinks of Etsy, they might think of handmade craft items like scarves, cosplay supplies, and other nonmetal related products. But sometimes, you can find some of the coolest fidget spinners where you least expect them. The multi-tool spinner is sold by an Etsy store known as EDC quality, which is owned by Joel Garrett. What makes this fidget spinner different from the rest is that it also has seven wrenches (1/8 to 1/2 inch). Along with a Phillips and flat head screwdriver. If you don’t think that’s enough, there is also a bottle opener, and a pry tool. This spinner is about as useful as a Swiss Army knife! The spinner’s spin time is advertised as 3-4 minutes, and use its ceramic bearings. Plus, it has gotten actual reviews from buyers. It weighs around 4 ounces and made with materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and billet. The spinner comes with “Mechanical Fastening” bearing shields, which protects the bearings more efficiently than traditional buttons. The shields only come off when a spinner wants them to. Considering that this is both a spinner and a really handy tool to take care of a bunch of different needs, it’s no surprise that this multi-tool spinner has done so well on the market.
Made from 19 different parts and sold by a company called Ranpu, this Fidget spinner is one to be reckoned with. First of all, it has a spin time of about 6-8 Minutes thanks to the 606 cageless silicon nitride ball bearings from Germany. The body of the spinner is made from a combination of brass and stainless steels, which makes it more durable and easier to handle. Plus, it weighs about 3.9 ounces. Between the materials, weight, and nicer bearings, the 6-8 Minutes spin time isn’t a huge shock. Grabbing your own will cost about $218 and you can only get a legit spinner from Ranpu. According to the company, anyone else who is selling the spinner is putting out a knock off. The artwork for this particular spinner is only available for a limited time, which seems to be the norm with the more expensive spinners. Once it sells out, that is it. That means that it’s possible that this spinner may actually go up in price in the future depending on how many were made. It can be safe to say that eBay might end up being a good place to look after the spinner sells out online.
Fidget spinners can all look different, and yet be just as effective as the next one. But, there are some spinners that seem to stand out from the rest due to their unique design and special features that no one else has. For example, metal worn’s version 2 of the beacon hand spinner looks like something from an 80s sci-fi movie. It comes in a variety of colors like blue and polish, blue and gold, purple and polish, and finally purple and gold. It costs about $279 and can be purchased directly from metal worn’s websites. The Fidgets spinner is made from grade 2 pure Titanium and CNC machined. To make it spin fast and long, it has ceramic bearings inside. The spinner is 12 millimeters thick in the body, and at the buttons it’s 18 Millimeter thick. The width is 38 millimeters and the length is 75 millimeters. In short, The Beacon is no fidget spinner to scoff at. The spinner can also be compacted with your hands with a click that sounds a lot like a pen when clicking the ink tip in and out. For a Fidgeter, this is an additional feature that can help with nervous energy by squeezing the spinner.
Some of the most interesting fidget spinner designs are also some of the most simple. This special fidget spinner has since been retired, and it is made by a company called hotdoggins. You won’t find any crazy colors or multiple tips at the end. Instead, this spinner is traditional bar design with a bit of a diagonal going on. What is the name of this special spinner? Cupro is definitely part of the name, but its full name is the Cupro bastardballbuster, and is sold online for $290. That’s quite a mouthful, right? The spinner shipped around March 2017, and you already can’t find it online anymore. The body was made from a material called Cupro, which is a combination of copper and nickel. On each end of the spinner was a weighted carbide ball with a ceramic spinner in the middle. Well the Cupro version isn’t made anymore. There are other variations of the ball buster that are made from naval brass along with multiple weighted balls on each end. Given that spin times rely heavily on a smooth bearing and weighted ends, there’s no telling just how fast the fidget spinner could rotate. Hopefully, some of the newer variations will reveal the answer to that question soon.
Silver hand Spinner
As we get ready to play with the big boys of the spinning world, we want to ask you, how much money are you willing to pay for a spinner? What if it was made with the finest material? What if it had a long spinning time that was smoother than air itself? For your consideration, take a peek at this silver hand spinner, which is going for $499 on online retailers like eBay. Each handmade spinner has a body made from 925 silver, caps of solid brass, and comes with 688 silicon nitride bearings, which promise a spin time between 2-4 minutes. The weight of the silver alone is about 130 grams. The detail in the spinner’s body along with the cross design on the cap is downright stunning. On the side, you can see the name “Constantin” etched in, giving this spinner a supernatural twist with an anti hero the me. This hand spinner has reached the ranks of being a collectible, and it makes one wonder just how much you’ll want to spin this fine piece. Considering how much dough you’re putting down, you might want to keep it on display instead!
Spirograph Damascus Spinner
The last spinner we showed you was going for $499, which is pretty pricey and can take a good chunk of someone’s paycheck. But if you’re willing to spend just a few more dollars, here is the Spirograph Damascus spinner. It is truly a sight to behold, and you’ll want to bring it with you to your next black tie event because it is that nice! As its name indicates, it is made from Damascus steel which is the same steel used to make blades. Created from acid etching, Spirograph art covers the body and a reptilian like design covers the caps. To ensure a good, long spin time, there is a 608 full ceramic bearing. The spinner is hand and custom made, and it is going for $525 dollars on Etsy. Each spinner is made to order, so the possibility of returning it and getting a refund is pretty much non-existent. This is yet another spinner that you might want to save for the display case. But if you take a look at the reviews it has received from confirmed buyers, the Spirograph Damascus spinner seems to be well worth the money, and something that you won’t want to leave your hand!