Zing Fidget Toys


I'm sure most of you have heard of fidget toys (particularly if you have children) but if you haven't come across them yet, here's a quick explanation:

"Fidget toys are self-regulation tools to help with focus, attention, calming, and active listening"

We were recently given the opportunity to try out a couple of fidget toys made by Zing...

Zing Fidget Toys

We decided to film a YouTube video which shows myself, E and N attempting to learn new skills with the toys (the only way I can describe this is utter chaos, consider yourself warned)!

THIS VIDEO CONTAINS FLASHING LIGHTS

So as you can see, we have a long way to go but we're having so much fun with them. They're guaranteed to raise a laugh from us, especially when we're all together.

Now let me tell you a little bit more about the toys themselves...

Thumb Chucks

Taking social media by storm, Thumb Chucks are the hottest skill toy to be seen with. Massively addictive, Thumb Chucks from Zing Toys are easy to learn, but challenging to master. Impossible to put down until the next new trick is mastered, they light up and come in a range of cool colours. 

Thumb Chucks

Mastering tricks and uploading your videos online unlocks new coloured, interchangeable belts that players can use to flaunt their skill status. Players upload and showcase tricks with special effects on social media with the Thumb Chucks App and watch new trick tutorials by the Thumb Chucks guru online. 

£7.99 RRP. 


Fidget Toys

Attracting millions of views on YouTube and Social Media, Zing Toy’s souped-up spinner range is now available in the UK.

Spinzipz

SpinZipz and SpinBladez stands out from the crowd with its distinctive coloured LED lights and stackable features, perfect for day and night play. Connect two spinners for double up light effect! 

Spinzipz

The range includes two styles; two blade Spin Zipz (£7.99rrp) and three blade Spinbladez (£9.99rrp). 


We think Zing have created a fabulously fun and bright set of fidget toys which easily get the V Family seal of approval.

Do you own any fidget toys?

What do you think of our attempts at learning new skills?

I'd love to hear your thoughts...


 I received these products for review purposes. I am always honest in my reviews and all opinions are my own or that of my family.

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  1. I'm going to be bah humbug ... we have so much trouble at school with this latest craze but the thing that makes me most angry Kate is that they're not being used for the purpose they were intended and whilst some may say that it is more inclusive for the children who do need them in class, it makes children anxious that they suddenly have a need they didn't have before (if that makes sense). x

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    1. Makes perfect sense Shaz! I can imagine this kind of thing must be very distracting in school, they were quickly banned for those who didn't need them at both T and N's schools (although I must point out my two never took theirs in anyway). I'm sure they'll soon move on to the next craze, these things never last long do they.

      Thank you for stopping by x

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