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I have one of those fidget cubes from when they came out and sensory toys weren't much of a thing yet.
The silent butons and the joystick's push in click (also silent) are really worn out after many years I've had it.
It's helped me as a kid, but I wouldn't say it helps me now, maybe because i have gotten used to all the buttons and things it has.
Now I usually play with my Bic 4 colour pen since I have figured out a way to move the notches up and down silently, and no one notices it in class (or finds it "normal")
If I had to recommend a figet toy to actually use, it would be the cube.
>It's small, so it fits in pockets and pencilcases no problem. This also means that other people won't see it if they aren't looking for it in your hands.
>It has 6 sides different activities each, so if you don't like/get tired of one you can just try another.
I would also recommend getting a higher quality one since it's going to last longer and generally have a better feel.
I'd say that those "bubbles" that are popular now are really for a couple minutes worth of fun for NTs at home.
They are big, bulky, colorful and repetitive. Couldn't see myself using one while in need in class or in public at all.
I use a pen case from Dollar Tree for my whole slate of colored pens and highlighters that I keep in my backpack for home/work. But I also have a 4 color pen that coincides with my most commonly used colors. If I don't happen to have any of that stuff on me I'll use a simple black pen and highlight it later.
Buy these. I am shit at math, but with these I can have a color code so I can tell what step is first, second....
It really helps with being able to take notes and can make it so anyone can look at them and help. I can take some pics of my math notes tomorrow if you want.
Oh, just see what all the options are. Is that like a 0.7mm pen, a 0.3mm fine pen, and a 0.5mm pencil? Some multi pens you can swap out the refills so it may not match the label. The contents don't matter too much, it's a decent pen you have there in the $30 range. It's not the cheap bics you see with elementary school teachers, heh.
I hate having to switch pens, it gives me flashbacks of primary school where we had to check each others' homework for errors, and everyone started alternating in increasingly convoluted patterns for the little checkmarks we had to put, until our teacher forbade us from using different colors. I use one of these sort of pens for color. Not this exact one, the one I have is a random store-brand, and the quality isn't exactly very good usually, but it means I can swap color really quickly without having to scour through different pens, lose caps and carry around entire sets, since I'm almost always on the move when using my bujo.
Ohhhh. Hmm. Well, these used to be a thng and they still make them so maybe she's holding the pen differently?
Yes, here you go: [link]
Nah, the kind that has 4 different color inks you can click to use this
Because they still sell them
a multicolour pen, I like these [link]
a stack of postits
this type of eraser [link]
did they use one of those pens with four colors of ink? [link]
You can still buy them. You're all adults with disposable income. Go to town.
Why the Bic clicker, of course!
Deal link: Amazon
^^Note: ^^The ^^deal ^^may ^^have ^^expired ^^by ^^the ^^time ^^you ^^see ^^this ^^post.
Bic still sells [that exact pen](bic 4-color ballpoint pen, medium point (1.0mm), assorted inks, 3-count [link]). Hasn't changed a bit
The only one I've ever bought is this. I've gotten a few crappy quality ones as freebies at career days and such
Just buy one:
I don't think you can remove the refill from just any BIC Stic type ball point. They're not refillable. For the BIC Stic ball points it seems like the tip is jammed into end of the pen and the ink tube would come out without the ball point if you tried to remove it. You need a retractable pen that's specifically refillable. And are those going to be $4 for a pack of 60? This is the product page for the image you linked, and this is the pen that type of refill works with.
Otherwise, if you could find the right spring for that particular refill and a long enough metal pen, then maybe you'd have a lot of options to work with, but generally it seems like a pen refill and a non-refillable pen are not interchangeable.