Stim Toy Review: Galaxy Infinity Fidget Cube


Image Description: An image of a verticle white box. Within the box is a blue-and-purple galaxy-style box. The galaxy infinity fidget cube is 8 small cubes interconnected together.


Image Description: A blue-and-purple galaxy-style cube. The galaxy infinity fidget cube is 8 small cubes interconnected together. There are small sections with two metal dots, these are magnets, and these magnets help connect the small cubes together.


Image Description: A blue-and-purple galaxy-style cube. The galaxy infinity fidget cube is 8 small cubes interconnected together. There are small sections with two metal dots, these are magnets, and these magnets help connect the small cubes together. In this image, the Infinity cube is laying on a white surface.

Item: Galaxy Infinity Fidget Cube

Category: Review/Feedback

Cost: AU $11.72 (Shipping Fees: N/A)

Date of Purchase: 30/05/2020

Date of Delivery: 09/06/2020

Store: Amazon – Australia

Review:
~For The Aesthetics: The colours are super pretty. The Galaxy-design is a major part of the Fidget’s appeal.

~Damage: Not sure if this is an Amazon thing, a manufacturing thing, or an Australia Post thing, however, nearly all the magnetic points on the cube have been damaged. I’m also not sure if this can be fixed. As a result, when the Infinity Cube is formed into a Cube-shape, the cubes don’t always sit flush. The fact that the cubes don’t sit flush together is super irritating for me, however, other stimmers may be able to look past this.

~Multiple Demographic Appeal: Despite the aforementioned damage, I can see why the Infinity Cube is popular stim toy of choice, it’s very satisfying to move the cubes around. While I wouldn’t consider this particular version of the Infinity Cube stealthy, I can envision this Stim Toy being used in an office environment, and unlike the Fidget Cube, this stim toy doesn’t make noise while in use.

All in all, while I like the Infinity Cube design, the damage to the item makes this experience pretty disappointing. I’ll keep looking and, hopefully, I’ll be able to find another Infinity Cube in a better condition.

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