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Neil Mitchell learns about the latest schoolyard craze… Fidget Spinners

Fidget spinners are the latest craze taking the schoolyard by storm.

Originally created to relieve stress for children with ADHD and autism, fidget spinners have blown up in school playgrounds.

Neil Mitchell put call out on Wednesday to get some insight on the new gadgets.

Watch Neil and his team attempt to use them in studio

‘They’re the latest craze and everyone at school’s got them,’ said Cooper, who’s got two of them.  

The small toy is made out of plastic and steel, with a central ball bearing that spins it between your fingers.  

‘They’re like, so addictive,’ Cooper said on 3AW Mornings.

Michael’s dad bought him a fidget spinner to stop him biting his fingernails.

The price of the spinners range from $1 to up to $90, but Michael said the average price for a spinner is about six bucks. 

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