FIDGETSTYX • ELITE Knuckle Roller • Banksia Pod w/ Koa Wood Balls • Custom #3• Lacquer Finish • 1/1 ORIGINAL
FIDGETSTYX • ELITE Knuckle Roller • Banksia Pod w/ Koa Wood Balls • Custom #3• Lacquer Finish • 1/1 ORIGINAL

FIDGETSTYX • ELITE Knuckle Roller • Banksia Pod w/ Koa Wood Balls • Custom #3• Lacquer Finish • 1/1 ORIGINAL

Regular price $28.08 Sale

We are happy to announce the launch of Fidgetstyx, available exclusively on coolestshop.com. This knuckle roller is made by hand in Kula Hawaii by owner Garth Marriott. All the woods are sourced locally, are recycled, remnants from various sources. 

Through years of woodworking Garth has acquired a vast collection of various woods and has relationships with various high end furniture and art makers on island that are happy to have pother makers time and pillage through their scraps to get them used not just burned in the next camp fire. 

This special one is made from a Banksia Tree Pod with Koa wood for the balls. This is a one of a kind piece for the vaults. We are in the process of harvesting more of the pods so be on the look out for more of these in the near future.

They are nice and solid even with all those natural holes...the holes are where the seeds are stored. These pods are simply amazing to look at the natural details. 

 

This measures 2 .60" in length and is approx .38" inches in diameter in the smallest part of the shaft. The balls are both range from .77 to .85 inches in diameter. Very well balanced but not totally spherical hence the range in diameter. One side on each ball you can feel is slightly narrower...very unique. 


The Fidgetstyx shown in picture in the exaction you are purchasing.

This is considered part of the ELITE line with extra layers of time and detail in the materials used. UBER one of a kind here. Not sure I will find wood grains like these again anytime soon. Very rare and unique patterns in this one.

Comes with certification of authenticity and materials.

Weight is 10.5 grams.

This has been treated with multiple layers of lacquer to give it the most pop on the grains.

While these are fun for kids of all ages we do not recommend that children under the age of 6 use them unattended as they pose a choking hazard.