Fidget sets get a bad rap for being major time wasters and productivity killers. But the truth is that they foster creativity and give your mind a mini vacay so you can ponder (and solve) life’s most pressing problems—like how to snag that corner office and what to make for dinner. That’s why we created Flingons.
Designed in the US by Andy Johansen and Maren Fiorelli with Marbles: Brain Workshop, these flexible, flingable wonders have magnetic arms and feet that can be contorted and connected into all the shapes your restless and clever little mind can think up.
So make a bracelet, create a phone stand or fling them at that metal filing cabinet when your boss isn’t looking. This flingable, flexible magnetically-connectible fidget set will help fight off restlessness to promote focus, stimulate cognitive function and spark new ideas.
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The IdeaFlingable, slingable rubber magnets with endless ways to play.
The BrainsWork your coordination skills.
The A-HaCreate your own games and challenges on any magnetic surface!
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CHOKING HAZARD: Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs
WARNING: NOT FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE Keep away from younger children, pets and pacemakers.
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Great indooor activity!
Good Concept, Not Great for Dart Games
Better than Bucky Balls
Anyway- I was a little skeptical at first but decided to give FlingOns a try and they did not disappoint. We have a sheet-metal message board in the office and draw our own target with a dry erase marker. Great way to kill time while waiting for the boss to arrive (to his own meeting), or to relieve some stress around the office. Never dared throwing Bucky Balls, and there was no competition involved with them. I'd say FlingOns are a great step up (not to mention they probably won't kill you if you accidentally eat one).
How To Play
- Fling 'em here, there, everywhere - they stick to anything metal that magnets will stick to
- Twirl 'em
- Create patterns
- Stick up notes
- Decorate your space with them
- Build with them
- Fidget to spark creative thought
- Flex and fumble
- Find fun-filled functions limited by only your imagination
You tell us! What do you do with your Flingons?#getyourflingon