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This side is the most subtle with nothing more that a divot to help mimic the form of a worry stone.

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The Fidget Cube has 6 sides, each with buttons, dials, a joystick or gears one can fidget around with.

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Self-explanatory: It's a switch.

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The rotating dial was the most difficult to fidget with. I had trouble spinning the dial around and around.

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Three of the buttons have noticeable clicks, the other two are silent. I enjoyed fidgeting around with the audible buttons.

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Another view of the roll ball and gears.

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*click click click click*

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The joystick rolled effortlessly under my thumb.

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Can't find a fidget cube? Here's how to make your own.

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