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TEC Accessories Orbiter: The Fidget Device Redefined

Discussion in 'TEC Accessories (keychain tools)' started by TECENG, Feb 27, 2017.

  1. TECENG
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    Hello everyone! Time for a new product release, so here goes (excuse the long post):

    Introducing the Orbiter, the most unique sensory fidget device on the planet. This patent pending design offers an addictive escape from life's boring routine, providing countless hours of perpetual motion and entertainment!

    Manufactured from grade 5 Titanium and powerful Neodymium magnets, the Orbiter is the newest and greatest fiddle/desktop device that defies belief. With innumerable ways to interact with the Orbiter, including a hand spinner, a no-friction trackball, and a spinning top, the Orbiter will undoubtedly bring you hours of excitement with endless possibilities. It's extremely fun to use, and easy enough to learn with only a few minutes of practice.

    All it takes is a small repetitive relaxing movement of the included ball bearing around the Orbiter to begin an indescribably satisfying experience. The fluid inertia in your hand ultimately leads to increased focus and added stress relief. It's an exclusive experience you can only get from TEC Accessories.

    The Orbiter impressively weighs well under 2 ounces and can easily be stored in your pocket or purse, so when that fidget urge (or just plain boredom) arises, you know where to reach. There are a lot more hidden features and fun ideas awaiting to be discovered when you get your very own Orbiter.

    The Orbiter: Perpetually Compelling - Fidgeting Fulfilled

    Orbiter Features:
    • Machined from incredibly strong and lightweight 6Al-4V (grade 5) titanium
    • Extremely portable and pocket friendly
    • Weighs less than 2 ounces
    • Makes a great desktop or pocket diversion
    • The perfect gift for that person who has everything
    What you get:
    • (1) Orbiter (including one steel ball)
    • (1) Carry pouch
    • Packaged in a high quality gift box
    WARNING: Choking Hazard. The Orbiter contains small parts and is not intended for children under 3 yrs.

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    The Orbiter is made of durable 6Al-4V titanium. Known for its corrosion resistance, titanium is a lightweight metal with a very high strength-to-weight ratio. It could be described as having the strength of steel with a weight comparable to aluminum.
    • Body diameter: 1" [25.4 mm]
    • Overall thickness: 9/16" [14.3 mm]
    • Steel ball: 5/8" [15.9 mm] diameter
    • Weight: approximately 48 grams [1.5 oz]
    The Orbiter contains a neodymium (rare-Earth) magnet, which has a very strong magnetic field. The following cautions should be exercised:
    • Pacemakers can be affected
    • Avoid placing near any electronics and/or magnetic media such as credit cards, magnetic ID cards, cellphones or televisions
    • Although the magnet has a protective surface plating, neodymium can corrode and should not be exposed to prolonged periods of moisture
    • Not intended for children under 3 years of age

    FIDGET DEVICES:
    Besides the obvious enjoyment and fun that can result from using devices such as the Orbiter, there is currently a popular fascination over the use of these so called "fidget toys". Their use is based upon the scientific evidence that people can benefit from these playful, secondary interactions to relieve stress and anxiety, improve concentration, and even boost memory. Numerous studies have proven that minor distractions, such as using fidget devices, can help improve productivity in both children and adults. There have also been studies that show fidgeting can improve those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But this is nothing new. Do you:

    • Chew on your pen caps?
    • Bite your fingernails?
    • Twirl or remove/replace your wedding ring?
    • Crack your knuckles?
    • Play with your necklace?
    • Doodle?
    These are perfect examples of fidgeting. Probably very effective, but not very fun (or hygienic). So what does this all mean? Well, if you are a person who tends to fidget, you may want to give the Orbiter a try. It not only a very satisfying experience, but it may replace one of those bad habits with something a lot more socially acceptable. And if you are not a person who fidgets, you just may not know what you're missing!

    HOW TO USE THE ORBITER:

    Using the Orbiter can be as simple or as comprehensive as you want it to be. The basic setup is to grab it between your thumb and index finger, and place the steel ball onto the surface of the magnet between the two outer titanium caps. With a gentle rotating motion, guide the ball around the circumference of the magnet gradually building speed to a comfortable level. Then mix it up by:

    • Rotating the ball clockwise, then counter-clockwise
    • Initiate and maintain rotational movement of the ball using your arm, or simply by flicking your wrist back and forth
    • Use it right handed, then switch to left handed operation
    Another method is to hold the Orbiter horizontally with the side cap facing up. Place the steel ball into the groove surrounding the "cup", and try to guide the ball on the groove in a circular motion. Sounds easy, but try building speed without the ball either falling into the cup or jumping out and grabbing the magnet!

    You can also manipulate the ball of the Orbiter similar to a miniature trackball. Hold the Orbiter with the side cap facing up and the ball sitting in the cup. Roll the ball around using your thumb while it rotates in the cup.

    The Orbiter can also be spun onto a smooth surface like a top. By using the steel ball as the rotating contact point with the body sitting on top of the ball, it is possible to spin it like a top. This is more of a challenge, and may take quite a while to master this method of operation. But think of the satisfaction you will get once you achieve this heightened level of skill. People will bow to your greatness when you enter the room!

    There are many other ways in which to use the Orbiter, just use your imagination!

    AVAILABLE HERE: The Orbiter
     
  2. aasoverteakettle

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    Excellent original idea! Such an obvious game changer that nobody has thought of. How many pinched fingers in the R&D phase? You guys have a fantastic copywriter, btw.


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  3. TECENG
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    Thank you! The copywriting was a combined effort this time :)
     
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    I was recently working on a project that used neodymium magnets that had a 35lb pull weight. Got a bunch of blood blisters from them snapping together. Super fun stuff.
     
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