Giggle Hands Fidget Spinner

Giggle Hands Fidget Spinner

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A finger spinner, a table spinner, an addictive trinket: The Giggle Hands Spinner is as mesmerizing to look at as it is fun to play with. Whether you’re biting your nails, tapping your foot, clicking a pen, or shaking a leg, this handy spinner is any fidgeter’s your cure Read More

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Jloff
0
Oct 17, 2017
Is there a warranty on this product? I came in to work and found a crack in the side so the center bearing no longer stays in
rossoneri
143
May 12, 2017
life just seems a little better with the new bearings. i have a spring in my step. people ask me if i am in love because there's a smile that is constantly etched on my face. I just show them my new bearings.
the sun shines a little brighter today and i have to thank giggle hands and MD.
LethalB
19
May 12, 2017
The ceramic bearing is quieter and spins just as long as the steel bearing. (2+ minutes).
First, give the bearing a a chance and let it 'break in'. After playing with it for a few days, it definitely spins longer than when I first put the bearing in.
Second, clean the bearing! This is what worked for me: -- Take the bearing out, and remove the plastic bearing cage that holds the ceramic balls, make sure they do not all slide to one side of the bearing, otherwise the bearing will come apart. You can put it back together, but it is easier if you just don't let all the balls roll to one side. -- I then sprayed the bearing with brake cleaner to remove any grease or oil. (This is why I removed the plastic bearing cage, I didn't want the cleaner to ruin it) -- Then I dropped the bearing in 90% isopropyl alcohol and soaked it for a few minutes. -- Removed the bearing and popped the bearing cage back in. -- Use an air compressor to dry out the bearing from any remaining isopropyl alcohol
I have done this procedure on a bunch of different 608 bearings, from all steel to full ceramic, it makes them smooth right up and will maximize the spin time.
So far my favorite bearing is the Bones Ceramic Reds. They come greased up and initially only had about 25 second spin time, after the cleaning procedure the spin time is up to 2.5 minutes and quiet.
berryhill
147
May 11, 2017
Just changed it, and it's flush and everything seems fine. It's not as loud, but the spin time is dramatically lowered.
I've ordered a supercheap knock-off ceramic spinner from Aliexpress to compare, let's hope it's not better than this one.
Kaozer
275
May 11, 2017
Well ceramic bearings are much quieter and perectly smooth with a drop of oil. But the spin times are awfull. I get 1m45 with the steel bearings and barely 35 seconds with the ceramic.
LethalB
19
May 12, 2017
I get over 2 minutes. Don't use oil, that is why your spin times are low. Clean it and keep it dry, no oil.
Kaozer
275
May 12, 2017
Yeah i figured that out, but the times i mention are without oil and perfectly dry.
Ahlitah
16
May 10, 2017
Just got mine replaced. I got it started with the top of a Jumbo black maker to get the old bearing started, as just using the new bearing to push wasn't working for me. It helps for line-up, it has to be exact as stated. Once it was started, That_One_Guy's suggestion pushing worked like a charm, thanks!
It Spins better, but is nosier then the old bearing!
Edit: Doesn't spin for as long as the old bearing did... guess I might switch back...
That_One_Guy
87
May 5, 2017
TO SWAP BEARINGS: I just swapped mine out and I think the way I did it is the simplest. Remove the bearing covers from the center bearing of the spinner by prying them off. Place the new bearing flat on a table and place the spinner on top of it with the center bearing placed directly above the new one. Make sure they are perfectly aligned. Press down slowly and firmly with the heel of the palm. The old bearing should start to get pushed out of the top of the spinner and the new one pressed up into the bottom of it. Keep pressing and checking until the old bearing is out. I found it easiest to make the new bearing flush by placing a quarter above and below the center bearing of the spinner and pressing down pretty hard onto the table. This didn't require sockets and I probably could have done it without the quarters if they weren't available.
Bobraz
2614
May 9, 2017
That's exactly what I did! And the resulting spinner is ten times better now (I think I had originally gotten a bum bearing in one of my spinners).
Jimmus
8
May 9, 2017
Worked like a charm, after trying to get it out for like 15 minutes with my thumb. Thanks!
So what did people actually do to replace it? Maybe I was a dumbass but I took the center wheel and the balls and the frame out, then tries to put the new balls and frame in, to no success. Was I supposed to replace the enter wheel piece from the center?
AngelBaker
16
May 5, 2017
you were supposed to press out the whole bearing, which is made up of an outer ring, a bearing cage with bearings, and an inner ring. It seems you just too out the cage and center ring.
Berserk
10
May 4, 2017
Just replace mine and use a nickel and a little force worked well for me
Wolfent
92
May 3, 2017
I've noticed my outer bearings are starting to rust. Hm.
I've had the thing just sitting in a drawer in its pouch while waiting for the bearing. Which I can't get out to replace lol.
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