May 31, 2017 12:30 PM EDT
The fidget spinner craze has taken to a new level that would be thought as a joke when one would hear the news about it. A company has created iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cases with a fidget spinner attached to its back.
In an article published by GSM Arena, the Olixar-designed iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus cases with fidget spinner attached to its back for people who are madly crazed about the spinning toy. The phone cases are going to be available in black and white.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus case with attached fidget spinner is said to have a "slim fitting design" that "adds no extra bulk". It is also said that it "fits perfectly" as it also features an "intricate, aesthetically pleasing pattern".
The case is said to be made from a strong, durable lightweight material that would provide long-lasting protection. But obviously, users are interested more with the fidget spinner attached behind the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus case.
Since it is hard to play the fidget spinner with the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus attached to it, is it detachable? Mobile Fun, the seller of the cases, said that users should not fret at it are easily detachable for the convenience and portability. Or they can still leave it there and spin it while they are using the phone. It is really up to them.
Fidget spinner was invented back in the 1990's but the toy got its fame this year because of the claims that it could relieve stress and help people having a hard time focusing on their work. It is also said that it helps people with ADHD and autism although a study has yet to prove these claims. The cases of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with a fidget spinner attached to it are the latest products to ride the toy's wave of popularity.
In the Mobile Fun site, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus cases with an attached fidget spinner are available for 23.49€, £19.99, or $25.99. Some retailers of this cases have a different set of price though.
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