There are many different fidget spinners already on the market. This one is a little more unique. The spinner platform has the words "Yes" and "No." The spinner is an arrow so that it can point at either "Yes" or "No" when it finishes spinning. The concept is like the Magic 8 Ball but with just two responses.
Chris Viral uses a 3D printer to make parts for his spinners. He also uses metal and hybrid ceramic balls and ball bearings. Viral sells the Fortune Teller spinner here
on his Etsy Shop, Viral Goods. The spinner costs $34.76.
Image: Viral Goods/Etsy