Update 5/29/2017 – A few days later, LEGO released 2 more LEGO Fidget Spinner plans and another blog came up with their own fidget spinner idea, so I’m updating this post with more links!
Have you noticed how fidget spinners have become all the rage lately? I’m constantly seeing people in Facebook groups selling all kinds of versions of fidget spinners. I’ve even seen a LEGO subscription group place fidget spinners for sale in the morning just to have them sold out by midday. So let me tell you how cool it was to run across free instructions for a LEGO Fidget Spinner on the LEGO Facebook group!
That’s awesome, for sure.
With a little reading and searching, I was able to track down another page with fidget spinner instructions. So, for your enjoyment, here are a few different fidget spinners below!
LEGO Fidget Spinner
This is probably my favorite spinner of the four shown here. It seems like it would have some heft to it, fit in your hand nicely and has a clearly marked finger touch point for the spinning action.
LEGO Fidget Spinner – Technic Simple
This one is really “simple” as they named it. Made with wheels and Technic pins, it’s probably a great fidget spinner for smaller hands.
LEGO Fidget Spinner – Technic Medium
This is definitely an interesting design. I have an idea of how you might hold it in your hand to produce the spinning action. I believe there is probably a Technic pin allowing the wings to spin… haven’t looked at the instructions just yet. It’s cool to look at none-the-less.
LEGO Fidget Spinner – Technic Complex
This one is definitely an involved build. I can only imagine the spinning options with this one. With a gear on ever side, it should satisfy even the most fidgety of us all.
LEGO Classic Fidget Spinner – Red
This one is looks like a mini futuristic car! Any fan of vehicles will love this one.
LEGO Classic Fidget Spinner – Blue
This one looks like a little sleeping frog. It should have been made in green!
Finally, you can also see a video build of a LEGO Fidget Spinner at Frugal Fun for Boys.
If you’re not in love with any of these, I recommend you keep your eye on the Technic page and Classic page for more fidget spinner builds. Hopefully, LEGO will add more fidget spinner designs to the page and you’ll find one that you fall in love with!