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ZURU Fidget Cube™ is More Than a Fun Craze

ZURU Fidget Cube™ is More Than a Fun Craze

It’s official – fidgeting has never been more fun – especially with the original and best toy currently on the market – ZURU Fidget Cube™. No bigger than a large die, ZURU Fidget Cube™ has an ‘activity’ on each face which will keep your restless hands occupied whilst you focus your mind and concentrate on something else.

ZURU Fidget Cube™ was originally designed to help adults and kids relieve stress whilst increasing focus and productivity. It’s understood that kids with special needs such as autism and other sensory disorders, in particular, may benefit from the use of sensory toys and activities, to allow them to focus better and concentrate on learning or another activity without disruption.

The six-sided desk toy, which comes in eight different colours, is equipped with an array of addictive features including five clicker buttons (two of which are silenced so you won’t annoy people!), a switch to flick up and down, and a side in the design of a gaming joystick to enjoy the unusually satisfying gliding action.

This nifty little gadget is so absorbing it’s hard to say which family member would love ZURU Fidget Cube™ more – the kids or the adults. Need a bit of parental time out? Soothe your nerves with a gentle flick of the switch. Kids pushing your buttons? Offer them a fidget cube so they can push some buttons for real!

The fidget toy craze is currently so massive that it’s already destined to go down in history along with the Rubik’s Cube, Cabbage Patch Dolls and Hula Hoop as one of the most popular toy fads of all time. However, many of the fidget toy versions now flooding the market are actually copycat knock-offs, that aren’t a patch on the original.

ZURU Fidget Cube™ has been produced in accordance with the highest-quality specifications. A whole lot of fun in a tiny package, it’s the original and best product on the market for fidgety people of all ages.

ZURU Fidget Cube™ designed by Antsy Labs is the original and best and is now in Australian stores for RRP$14.99 at Kmart, Big W, and Toys “R” Us.

#FreeTheFidget  – Headlining Fidget Cube™’s global launch is the world’s most famous “finger tutter” 23-year-old John Hunt (aka PNUT) – who wowed everyone with his amazing finger dancing moves in Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off videoclip. PNUT shows off his incredible finger moves with the cube in Fidget Cube™ commercials and other parts of the #FreeTheFidget campaign and has to be seen to be believed!

Check out the Fidget Cube™TVC with PNUT here:

For the stress heads, the fidgets at school or home and for the lovers of the tactile, at any age….this latest gadget is for you!

Check out Zuru’s Facebook HERE and Instagram HERE

Win 1 OF 5 ZURU Fidget Cube™s!



To enter, answer this question – which person in your house would most love the ZURU Fidget Cube™ and why?

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  1. By entering this Promotion, Entrants agree to abide by these Conditions of Entry. The promoter is Mums Lounge(the “Promoter”).
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  3. Entry to the Promotion constitutes acceptance of these conditions. All entry instructions and prize information published by the Promoter form part of these conditions.
  4. The Promotion commences at 12am AEST on Saturday 8th July 2017 and closes at 12am AEST Sunday 6th August 2017.
  5. Entry is open to Australian residents aged 18 years or older (“Entrant”). Entrants must ensure that their profiles are public so that we are able to contact winners. Employees and their immediate families of the Promoter, related companies of the Promoter and agencies associated with the promotion and their related companies are ineligible to enter.
  6. To enter the Promotion, Entrants must visit the Mums Lounge website, then ‘Comment’ who in their family would most love a Zuru Fidget Cube and why. This must be submitted so that it is received during the Promotion Period (“Entry”).
  7. Entrants may enter the Promotion as many times as they like during the Promotion Period. Incomplete, indecipherable or inaccurate Entries will be deemed invalid. Entries are deemed to be received at the time of receipt into the Promotion database. The Promoter is not responsible for any delay in, or failure of, transmission which causes an Entry not to be received within the Promotion Period.
  8. No purchase is necessary to enter. Purchasing products will not help your chances of winning.
  9. The Prize is 5 x Zuru Fidget Cube, valued at $14.99 each..  
  10. The winners will be drawn at random on Monday 7th August 2017 at Mums Lounge HQ. The Winner will be contacted via email within one day of being judged as the winner. The Winner will be announced in the Mums Lounge newsletter and via email within five days of being judged the winner. Allow up to 30 days for the delivery of prize.
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Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.


  1. My boy Jaxon would love this – he spends hours doing Rubiks cubes, puzzles etc and has got his eye on this toy.

  2. My dad who since he has retired is very bored so does hundreds of puzzles and brain teasers to keep his mind active.

  3. My son, Cyrus, would love a fidget cube. He has always been a fidgeter and needs to keep his hands busy!

  4. My grandsons would share it, one has ADHD so he would definitely benefit from using it the most

  5. I’d give the Fidget Cube to my little miss 7, she has autism and loves spinning. She loves spinning herself on the swing, one toe on the ground, she wears out shoes like there’s no tomorrow!

  6. My husband. He won’t stop popping all my bubble wrap and clicking pens. He tends to fidget quite a bit which calms him. The fidget spinner wasn’t enough to stop him fidgeting and wasn’t suitable for taking to work. The fidget cube might be the answer to my prayers as it’s portable so he’ll stop fidgeting

  7. Probably me, I like these fidgety gadgety things, where as wife finds them frustrating and the kids well they lose interest in things with incredible speed.

  8. My godchild as it is as gorgeous as her, memorising like her, intriguing like her and spellbinding like her. Both her and the fidget are moveable items that don’t sit still.

  9. I have one diagnosed and one undiagnosed boys who would both benifit from sharing this. I have never seen figit toys before as our diagnosis is new we have just began our journey

  10. All my little fidget bugs would love this. I personally don’t understand the craze – but I guess I’m just “uncool”

  11. My son would benefit for it as he has ASD and is always fidgeting. This would be great for when he starts school next yr

  12. I think this would help my son with his tantrums to help him settle down. I think this would be a good distraction for him.

  13. My 10 year old daughters is desperate for one of these fidget cubes this would be amazing she just done the tunic cube so upset that someone dad had a go and ruined her hard work haha

  14. Grandson master 5 would be amazed to win this as he’s trying to collect as many fidget gadgets as he can.

  15. In my house I’d benefit the most from the ZURU Fidget Cube because I am a overthink too much and this amazing product would help me to relax and not stress. Thanks.

  16. My daughter, she has the standard fidget spinner but for nearly 2 months has requested every day to have a fidget cube, as there are multiple options to play with in one little cube which will fit into her pocket.

  17. I’d love this for my son please. He has autism, ADHD and sensory processing disorder. That’s exactly who these are designed for.

  18. My 18 year old uni student son has been hanging out to #FreeTheFidget with a ZURU Fidget Cube, the ultimate calmer and focuser.

  19. It’s me….lol…..I love playing with all the new things. I’d love to win…I just have to have one…

  20. My little man- he keeps bringing up fidget cubes in conversation. I’m sure he’s hoping I’ll buy him one, this would be a wonderful surprise!

  21. My 8 year old son has always needed something to fidget with, I honestly didn’t even know fidget spinners and cubes were a thing until the fad started. I am so glad it did though, no more constant whinging that he is bored!

  22. My 7 yo boy would love fidget cube. He likes this sort of toy which keeps him busy. Its entertaining and great to encourage creativity at the same time

  23. My daughter currently throws a ball between her hands. It drives me put the wall. This would be so much better.

  24. ME ~because I am a Fidgeter!!

    Z ombie ~
    U nder Stress
    R eally Restless
    U rgent Please!!

    I don’t even have One yet ~ and now I know why ~ I need the Best one on the market ~ the Original ~ and it needs to be a Cube ~ a ZURU Fidget Cube!

  25. I brought my son a fidget spinner but his hand is too small to spin it so the fidget cube would be much better for him.

  26. I would love to win one for my 4 yr old daughter to help keep her calm when she starts school for the first time in a week or two

  27. Probably the fish. He’s very nervous. Sadly, he doesn’t actually have hands with which to fidget.

  28. My 7 year old would love this. He has some sensory processing issues. His school sometimes give him a fidget cube in class nut this would be Handy before his dance class and when we are going to church or out for lunch.

  29. I would love to say me, however, my daughter would get more use out of it as it woud help improve her issues with focus (due to ADHD) and her anxiety (due to ASD)

  30. My grandson Tyler is 5 years old and has autism. This would be grest when travelling in car.

  31. Myself as I have high anxiety (plus 3 boys under 4: the youngest being 2 weeks!). I have a tendency to “jig” my leg continually, as well as peeling my nails and other annoying fidget-habits! I’d love this cube to discreetly put in my pocket for when I catch myself doing any of my stress-induced habits! 🙂

  32. That would be me, lol! My entire life I have been criticised for not sitting still and stop fidgeting by various parties over time. These look brilliant for my restless fingers to play with. Thanks!

  33. The little one’s in our family would most love a Zuru Fidget Cube as it captivates their hearts amidst a wondrous kaleidoscope of fun and fascination; inspirationally part.

  34. I have to say, it would be me! I always find things to fiddle with with my fingers, whether it is the bottom of my mug, the remote, a pen or even just my hair!

  35. I would! I always like to keep my hands busy whilst watching TV – this little toy would be great!

  36. My Son, he’s diagnosed ASD, ADHD the Figet cube would be a great tool to assist his transition from each daily activity and help with his anxiety

  37. My almost 6yo foster son who has global developmental delays & sensory processing disorder
    Fidgets help him concentrate in class

  38. My 11 year old son would really benefit from one of these as he has Tic Syndrome and it would help him to stay calm and relaxed.

  39. My son who will be 9 on the 6th August 2017. My son has autism and constantly is biting something or looking to fidget. This prize would be very helpful. Thank you.

  40. My nearly 6 year old would love this. His big brother has one and it would make his year.

  41. Would love to win this for my seven year old son. His sisters have fidget spinners and this is one better

  42. Being a teacher I’ve been dealing with the fidget spinners all year- I understand them as I have OCD. Now starting a new year I would love this so I can get through the countless meetings that only have 1% to do with me!

  43. my daughter she needs this to.concentrate and not fidget constantly the school doesn’t allow fidget spinners only these cubes she would loveee this

  44. my daughter needs one of these. she has adhd & can not sit without doing something with her hands. at the moment she picks at clothing or skin, this is a much better alternative

  45. My 5 year old Jesse would love this and it might keep this mummy a little bit more sane during homework time

  46. My kids are obsessed with these things, I can’t stand them but I love that their off their devices!!!!!

  47. Myself as i have quit smoking need this to occupy my hands and mind, they are so much fun and would love one

  48. My daughter would love one because all her friends have one and she is at that age where having what your friends have is imporant! Amd her birthday is this month.

  49. I think out hole family would dad can show the 4 boys then the boys can teach mum so yeah this could be handy

  50. My youngest child has developed a tic this little cube would be quiet Schmick to keep those hands busy and not to twitch.

  51. Mr OCD himself my hubby. We bought one for our little guy and they’re great. Now his Dad needs his own to play with.

  52. I would like a Fidget Cube the most in my family but I am happy to share as it’s a good way to stay focused and relieve stress.

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