Finally, a high-performance titanium spinner...
From: Magnus Macdonald, MagnusX.com
If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind, performance titanium spinner - then you're on the right page!
Before I continue...
This high-end spinner is not for everyone. If you want this spinner immediately ...I'm sorry but this is a pre-order only page.
Shipping will not be until May 2018.
Right, let's get down to it:
In March 2017 I uploaded a video where I showed the making of a prototype titanium spinner - this one circled below:
Since I uploaded that video I've been asked over and over again via email, Instagram, Facebook, etc. about when I would be making this particular design.
Well... I've finally given in and I'm making it now.
Before we get straight into this new spinner - I'd like to give you a little background on me just to show you I'm not "blowing smoke".
Over the last year or so, I've been prototyping spinners like some sort of mad genius. I showed some of these spinners on YouTube and, well, people started going crazy for them. Here's what I'm talking about...
There have been literally millions of views of my spinner videos.
So far I've only manufactured and shipped two spinner designs - this will be my third one.
As with my previous spinners - this new design must meet my ultra-strict criteria:
On the topic of balance and precision:
I will be making this exclusive spinner right here where I live in New Zealand. The machining will be done in my machinist's workshop where we specifically use Japanese-made machines.
The Japanese make, undeniably, the highest precision machining equipment in the world. This is why we use Japanese machines.
This spinner will be made on the following Okuma CNC-lathe and Kitamura CNC-milling machine.
Right, enough talking, let's just get to the spinner - I present to you the ultra high-performance titanium spinner I call the Hubris™...
Let's talk and ...
This is a very performance spinner. The distance from the center to the outer arms is around 21mm (or a bit under 1-inch).
The Hubris™ spinner will be around 13mm (or just over 0.5") thick.
The total weight of this spinner -- including buttons and bearings -- will be around 50 grams (or roughly 1.75 oz.).
The button size is a solid 21mm (0.8") in diameter.
The ™ is a spinner that's designed for SERIOUS fidgeting. Even though the spinner looks damn good (which is certainly part of the appeal) ...it's really designed for pure fidgeting (just like my previous two spinners).
While I may be somewhat new to designing and making spinners - I've been designing and making various high-end titanium products for many years now.
Here is just some of the feedback I receive all the time from Customers about my high-end products...
One last thing...
Remember you're also going to be getting my personal 100% Unconditional Money-Back Guarantee.
If you find your
In fact, I can do even better for you...
Use your spinner for as long as you like. Test it for a day, a week and month, or even a year. And, if your experience of using your spinner doesn't have you screaming with delight... you can return it to me at any time. And I'll refund the entire amount to you.
To impossibly high standards,
P.S. Remember... you're getting the ultimate, high-end spinner designed 100% for performance and "fidgetability" ...AND only 90 are going to be made initially.
P.P.S. Remember... you’re also going to be getting my 100% Risk-Free Unconditional LIFETIME Guarantee! If you're not absolutely blown-away by your Hubris™ spinner when you first pick it up ...then simply let me know and I will refund you every single penny you paid. No questions asked.
Can I order more than one Hubris™ spinner?
Yes, you can. I do encourage this because the Hubris™ spinner will never be this cheap ....EVER!
Can the Hubris™ spinner "table spin" (i.e. spin on a flat surface)?
Yes - for sure! This was one of my strict criteria. Even though the Hubris™ spinner has low-profile buttons ...you can still spin it on flat surfaces.
What size bearings does the Hubris™ Spinner use?
This is a dual-bearing design (i.e. it takes two bearings). I use the most popular R188 size bearing. This gives you a huge range of bearings to choose from if you want to further "tweak" your spinning experience.
Shouldn't the weight be distributed to the outside of the spinner?
The short answer is: No
The long answer is:
It depends what you're trying to achieve. If you're trying to design a spinner with a long spin-time AND reduce the weight as much as you can - then, yes, you want to distribute weight to the outside.
With the Hubris™ spinner I'm not trying to achieve the longest possible spin-time ...and I'm not trying to reduce weight either.
The core criteria for this spinner is "fidgetability" (i.e. being able to spin it with different fingers in different ways, being able to stop it mid-spin, feeling ultra-comfortable in the hand, and so on...) ...not spin-time.
Because the Hubris™ spinner is made from titanium it's already at a fairly optimal weight for the design criteria I had. There was no need for me to "shave of" material to make it lighter.
How long will I have to wait for my spinner?
Shipping will be around June 2018.
What weight is the Hubris™ spinner?
The final production weight -- including the bearing and buttons -- will be around 50 grams (or roughly 1.75 oz.)
How big is the Hubris™ spinner?
The distance from the center of the button to the outer arms is around 21mm (or just under 1").
It is around 13mm (just over 0.5") thick.
What is the "spin time" (i.e. how long will it spin for)?
The Hubris™ does not have a hugely long spin time because it is so light weight.
But here's the thing... the Hubris™ spinner is not about spin-time. While spin-time does help prove how easily a spinner can spin. The Hubris™ spinner is more about starting and stopping when you're flicking it around ...and not just letting it spin for minutes at a time.
Why do you offer a lifetime money-back guarantee?
I offer this on all my high-end products (pens, mechanical pencils, tweezers, carabiners etc.) I stand by my products and I stand by you... forever.
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