The video reviews a variety of Amazon Fidget Toys, discussing their pros and cons. The reviewer ultimately concludes that the junior version of the toy is the same, except for the texture, and that the toy is easy to use and portable.
00:00:00 In this video, Markiplier reviews Amazon Basics XLR cable fidget toys. He explains that these toys are designed to alleviate symptoms of ADHD, and that he plans to score them on the basis of their effectiveness. He is not impressed with the paper in the background, which he believes is meant to distract from the toy's quality.
00:05:00 The reviewer gives a one-star rating to an Amazon fidget toy called the Poppables. He says that it broke right away and that it is a baby toy.
00:10:00 The reviewer does not like the concept of the Amazon Fidget Toys, finding the form factor and colors to be off-putting. He does like the sound of the bubbles popping and the one-handed potential of the scissors. However, he does not like the weight of the rings or the overall quality of the toy.
00:15:00 The reviewee finds the magnetic rings and balls to be cool, but not as cool as the magnetic rings. They give the rings a seven and a half out of ten and the balls a six and a half out of ten.
00:20:00 The author reviews several Amazon Fidget Toys, including the Fidget Spinner, the Fidget Cube, and the Fidget Toy Me. He says that while they are all entertaining, they are not the best toys because they are not satisfying and they tend to drop. He gives the Fidget Spinner a 2 out of 5 stars and the Fidget Cube and Fidget Toy Me a 3 out of 5 stars.
00:25:00 The author of the video reviews Amazon's Fidget Toys and finds them to be of mediocre quality and not particularly obscene. He also notes that the toy's zippers are broken and that the magnets are of poor quality. He ultimately does not recommend the product.
00:30:00 The video reviews a variety of Amazon Fidget Toys, including the Cube, the Rocks, and the 3D-printed engine. The Cube is rated highest, as it is both fun and easy to use one-handed. The Rocks and the 3D-printed engine are rated lower, as they are both noisy and do not offer therapeutic benefits.
00:35:00 The author reviews three different Amazon fidget toys - an hourglass, a 3D printer, and a bike pump - and selects the best one. The best fidget toy is the oh no roller, which the author calls "the epitome of a lot of different factors." It is one-handed, fits in a pocket, and has a hypnotic motion.
00:40:00 The author of the YouTube video reviews Amazon's various fidget toys, discussing their pros and cons. He concludes that the junior version of the toy is the same, except for the texture, and that the toy is easy to use and portable. He also says that he is not sponsored by any of the companies involved, but would be happy to receive payment for his reviews.