Whether you use one therapeutically or not, the manufacturers of metal spinning tops lurch onward into 2018, past the fidget-spinner fad, as they attempt to extract upwards of sixty dollars from customers.
This dry-erase board is made up of sixteen smaller dry-erase boards. The manufacturer brags that it comes with “anti-gravity markers,” which means that the end of the dry-erase marker fits into a hole on each dry-erase board. Another one of its features, which is the one that makes it worth four figures, is that it has magnets, which, as you know, are expensive and hard to get.
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