I have several of the regular shaped fidget spinners, but the Moral Illusion Joy Cube is totally new to me. I love that it has 5 sides to work with, and two of them have several area to fidget with.
One side has a spinner, that you just top raised part, and it spins. The second one has a circle too, and this one is raised. Then there is one like a light switch, which is self explanitory. The fourth one, has 5 small buttons, that you can press. The fifth one is my favorite, as it has 3 little cogwheels, and a ball bearing, that turns too.
You can certainly do much more with this spinner, than the ones you hold in the middle, and spin them. I feel that this would hold my granddaughter's attention more, as she has autism. It is very well made, and I know that I will be playing with it, when watching television.
With a price as low as $4.06 on Amazon, this is a must for anyone wanting a fidget spinner.
I did receive mine at a discounted price, and would happily have paid the retail price, for it.