FIDGET spinners, bracelets and pop-able key-rings are trending on apps like TikTok at the moment and you can get them for bargain prices
You can get your hands on one of the viral-craze toys from as little as 50p and then spend hours keeping your fingers occupied.
The toys aren't just for kids though, as many companies have set up sites for you to buy the fidget gadgets especially for sensory experiences.
Many of the sellers explain how the toys can benefit focus and relieve stress and anxiety by increasing blood flow and circulation throughout your hands, arms and fingers.
And some of the toys are designed to relieve tenseness and fidgeting that might be on your mind as well as in your body.
That's part of the reason why they've gone viral on TikTok too as the satisfying movements and colours are super intriguing to many viewers.
Remember to do your research before buying and compare prices.
So if you want to get your hands on one of the toys, we've narrowed down six top picks of cheap fidget toys you can buy right now and they're sure to keep you entertained for a long time.
Zip fidget bracelet
- From: Multi-sensoryworld Price: 50p – buy now
These zip bracelets are one of the cheapest fidget toys we've managed to find and on Multi-sensoryworld they come in an array of colours.
They can be quite a discreet way of satisfying any fidgety urges as they are wearable and fit teenagers as well as adults – they can also make a great party favour for kids
At Baker Ross you can pick up a pack of six of the bracelets for £2.95 which actually makes each bracelet 1p cheaper than Multi-sensoryworld's deal.
- From: Multi-sensoryworld Price: £3.50 – buy now
Multi-sensoryworld is also selling these rings for £3.50 each, the online store says the portable rings can help children and adults with ADHD, ADD and OCD to relieve stress or anxiety at any time and any place.
They're are also durable as the stainless steel split rings and chain links will never corrode or break.
You might be able to get a cheaper deal on Amazon though as there are versions of the fidget accessory for only £2.56 on the online site.
- From: The Works Price: £3 – buy now
The fidget spinner from The Works comes in four different colour patterns so you could build up a whole collection.
The store is also offering a two for £5 deal on the gadgets so while they are £3 on their own you could get the fidget spinners for £2.50 each in the deal – saving you 50p on each spinner.
On Amazon the popular spinner toy can cost around £7.
Delivery from The Works is going to cost you another £3 unless you head in-store, so if you're a Prime member with free delivery access you'll have to weigh up which of the two will take you over budget with the extra costs.
- From: The Works Price: £3 – buy now
This Magic Cube from The Works is basically a knock off of the Rubiks cube we all know and love, but at a fraction of the price.
At Tesco the original 80s icon is on sale for £10 so you could save £7 opting for The Works' version.
And it still functions in the same way, making a satisfying distraction as you try to solve the block puzzle.
Even when you have mastered the cube and correctly sorted the colours you can still spin the blocks to enjoy the satisfying movement of the pieces locking together.
Push popper keychain
- From: TinknStink Price: £1.79- buy now
These push popper key-rings are soft and flexible and they work a bit like the satisfying action of popping bubble wrap.
But their silicone design means the area you push simply inverts on itself and you can turn it over and repeat the process, and as they are attached to a keyring you can take the sensory toy anywhere.
These toys from TinknStink come in a variety of colours but you can get a version of the fidget toy from The Entertainer for £4.
The extra £2.21 that you would pay for these comes with them being a bigger size, which is great if you want more stimulant to play with but the toy doesn't have the portable draw of the key-rings.
- From: Smyths Price: £2.99 – buy now
The Tangle Fidget Toy is a puzzle, game and fidget toy all in one.
You can twist and turn the curved sections to create desktop toys and wearable accessories as each section can be taken apart and snapped back together in endless shapes and ways.
This toy from Smyths comes in a metallic colour but you can buy a similar purple colour version of the toy for an extra 56p from Amazon.
Smyths launched a clearance sale on Lego sets this week where some of the toys had 75% off and prices started from as low as £5.
For more on toys, especially for kids, Aldi's baby sale is back with prices starting from £1.80.
And if you're after a splash about in the back garden as a way of satisfying your touch senses, then we have a list of paddling pools with prices starting from £4.
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