It might have piqued your curiosity one time or another—that thing you see spinning like a wheel on some fidgety friend’s hand. It’s precisely why it’s called “fidget spinner.” While it’s very popular today, its prototype came about in the 90s.
The fidget spinner is thought to help children focus—and while that remains to be seen and imprinted in science, its popularity continues to grow that it has crossed over to the millennial taste. (Its latest versions? Glow-in-the-dark, in gold and silver, lit in LED, designed like Batman’s logo, and more!)
We went ahead and asked some of our favorite celebs if do they find this new toy therapeutic!
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Produced by Mels Timan and Barry Viloria | Cinematography: Jana Jimenez | Production Assistant: Claudine Regino
Special thanks to Tristan De Belloy of @LazadaPH, Atlantis Theatrical Entertainment Group, and Bridges PR