Stealth Triachnid™ (Tritium Ready) - Stealth Fidget Spinners
Stealth Triachnid™ (Tritium Ready) - Stealth Fidget Spinners
Stealth Triachnid™ (Tritium Ready) - Stealth Fidget Spinners

Stealth Triachnid™ (Tritium Ready)

Regular price $110.00 Sale price $90.00

Pre-orders for the Stealth Triachnid (Tritium Ready)

  • Get a $20 discount for ordering before August 25th
  • Price goes up to $110 / $115 on August 30th.
  • Pictures shown are an actual prototype.
  • Black Brass Pictures will be uploaded soon


A Tritium Ready Fidget Spinner

My favorite part of the design is the side viewing slots for the tritium. You'll be able to admire your Triachnid™ from the top and sides while watching that sweet glow.

What Is Tritium?

Tritium is a gas that glows in the dark for 15 years without you having to charge anything. It'll glow automatically and it's really easy to install.

The Stealth Triachnid™ is a tritium ready fidget spinner. This means you can purchase tritium vials from a 3rd party and install them yourself very easily. The Triachnid™ will look fantastic without the tritium though. 

The slots are specifically designed for 6 mm x 1.5 mm vials.

Installing tritium is OPTIONAL - but it's very easy. I could teach a 1st grader to do it :)

I'd be glad to walk you through the steps on FB - Add me: Max Salientes

Unique Features

  • 12 tritium slots (vial size: 6 mm x 1.5 mm)
  • 24 side cutouts allow tritium to glow on the top AND sides of the Spyder.
  • Sleek textured ridges on the sides of the stainless steel buttons

Stealth Triachnid - Specifications

  • Super Stealth Hybrid Ceramic R188 Bearing
  • Additional SS R188 bearing
  • Durable black oxide electroplating or Machine finished stainless steel
  • SS Weight: 2.08 oz. (59 g)
  • Black Brass Weight: 2.19 (62 g) 
  • 57 mm spinning diameter
  • 11 mm thick
  • 7.2 mm x 1.8 mm x 1.8 mm tritium slots - Fits 6 mm x 1.5 mm tritium
  • 1 mm field of view for side slots

Note: This spinner is tritium ready, but will not be sold with tritium! It still looks fantastic without it. The pictures are of our prototype and the final version is even better with improved side viewing slots.

Special shout out to Vincent from Spin Space for helping me come up with the double tritium slot concept.