Tie-Dyed Spin Tops
This is a repeat purchase for my office's prize-box. It is fairly consistent in terms of quality over time. The plastic does often come a little scratched and/or cloudy. However, they are fairly durable in that I've never seen one broken and they all spin well. Though there is a lot of pink coloration in the tops, typically it only takes a demonstration of the spinning actions for the boys to grab it.
June 15, 2011
I bought these for my 9 yr old granddaughter's birthday party. The kids liked them and they spun really well. Colors were very bright.
March 25, 2010
Good for the price and colorful!
I bought these to use as prizes for our church carnival and other events. They went well and the kids liked them.
May 20, 2014
good filler item
I use these for filler items for Operation Christmas child shoeboxes.
August 21, 2013
These colorful tops went over great with the kids, and they look like they will last for awhile. Just one of many toys/candy I have bought from Oriental Trading.
June 27, 2012
Spins Well But...
These tops spin very well. But the clear outer shells are just snap-fitted together and can pop apart fairly easily. I still plan to use these in our shoeboxes...but only after I superglue the outer shell halves together so they won't break so easily.
October 27, 2011
sell well & spin great but chincy looking
I got these and the wooden ones (item number cj-27/1060) for my store and although I liked the old timey wooden ones better the plastic sold much better. They seemed to spin the same and everyhting so it must just be aesthetic. Both good though the plastic ones look chincy to me.
May 26, 2010
Kids didn't like it
Bought these for goody bags, but the kids didn't really play with them. They were just left lying around my house after the party.
May 25, 2010
These tops look very cheap. The plastic is all scratched up. The backsides are all hot pink- not good since I bought them for a boy's birthday party. Wish I hadn't bought them.
May 20, 2010
good enough for good bags
some of the clear plastic is cloudy
March 7, 2010