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The Kururin Japanese Desktop Toy Keeps Hands Busy During Brainstorms

 - Feb 10, 2017
References: shop.kendamausa & dudeiwantthat
The market for fidget toys is increasing exponentially, so the Kururin Japanese desktop toy comes as one of the latest to hit the market. While many of the toys for your desktop are focused on spinning or fidgeting in a literal sense, the Kururin toy takes a different approach. The Kururin is crafted from wood and features a sculpted aesthetic that allows it to be pushed over and rolled onto the opposite end. Users can perform a number of different moves and techniques with the Kururin toy in order to satisfy a need to physically fidget as you partake in some brainstorming or downtime.

The Kururin Japanese desktop toy can be used in a variety of different ways in order to help keep your hands busy when you are at (or avoiding) work.