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Family owned and operated in Australia for more than 15 years

Kaiko The Cog - Silver


Family Owned & Operated

Run by a Qualified Occupational Therapist

Specialists in Sensory Processing and Ayres Sensory Integration

Fast Processing

NOT ALL COGS are created equal. The Kaiko Fidget cogs have 'next level' bearings & distinctly branded Kaiko so there is no confusion. The original cog design has been re-engineered and the internal bearing has been replaced it with a high performance one. If quality & performance over price is your preference, these will not disappoint.  These are small and super discreet. Slight hum and vibration on high spin make this multisensory and pure awesomeness! 

Most who try the cog for the first time are surprised at how smooth and how long they spin for.  They have a super fast spin, soft vibration & slight hum which is amazing. Rolling the cog over hands and fingers gives great sensory input.

Compact and feels wonderful between the fingers. Rapid spin, which is super quiet yet very satisfying. The Cog fidget fits in a pocket and is very discreet. It is a quiet fidget, making it ideal for the workplace, travel or the classroom.

The cog spinners are screwed together & may unscrew over time with use.  Its simply a matter of tightening them over time/with use.  Exposing the fidget to water may result in the bearing rusting which will impact function.  

Silver versions approx 12 grams

Not suitable for children under three years old due to small parts and choking risk.

    The centre part is aluminium for the sliver cog and the inner cog is stainless steel.

    Trouble shooting: If your spinner stops spinning freely:  Generally its one of 2 things  - some fine debris has gotten in to the box bearing or alternatively sometimes, if dropped, one or more of the balls in the bearing can dislodge causing spin issues.  This cannot be fixed.  If you open it up youll see if that’s happened though generally.  In the first instance we recommend to use a air blower like you use for cleaning a computer.  As it is a box bearing  lubricant only makes it sticky so it is not recommended and is a last resort.  We usually take the bearing out and clean it using the blower.     

    Keeping the fidgets sanitised. - They are fine to wipe , ours regularly go through washing machine, the trick is to wipe excess moisture off them. If left wet/damp (eg in washing machine lol) they can rust in appearance a little but generally does not affect function. wiping with an antibacterial wipe or damp cloth then drying off thoroughly is the key.

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    Kaiko The Cog - Silver



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