Published 25 January 2018
Every other person seems to have a fidget spinner these days and they’re especially popular with kids.
However, the ones you’re used to seeing are a LOT bigger than this 5.09 mm (0.20 in) long toy that was made by a Japanese company called MinebeaMitsumi Inc.
The team spent two months perfecting the design before it was officially announced as the world's Smallest fidget spinner.
It’s smaller than your fingernail and needs to be held with tweezers to spin it!
We recently asked our followers on PopJam to tell us whether they think fidget spinners are fun, helpful or annoying. Here’s what they said: