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Infinity Cube – 100$ Fidget Toy! [REVIEW]

The Infinity Cube from Bastion Gear looks slick, but comes with a price tag of 100$! Is it worth it though?

You’re probably reading this wondering how in the world this costs 100$? Well it’s made out of the finest materials such as an aluminium anodized body, G-10 fiber links, brass pins with a hand finish. But in my opinion, 100$ for a fidget toy is a little over the top.

Anyways, when I forget about about the pricetag, this thing is actually really fun to play with. It looks and feels a lot like those phototoys from back in the day where you could change the picture by folding the cube. It’s a little difficult to use it with one hand, but once you’re used to it, it’s a lot of fun.

I don’t think this will replace the well-known fidget spinners and fidget cubes, but it’s something different to say the least. So if you want to give that special someone an expensive and weird present: here’s your chance!

Simon loves gadgets even more than he loves chocolate, and he’s from Belgium… How weird.

Simon Bossuyt – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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