VC EDC Triton Mini Spinner – Stainless Steel

Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$49.99 USD

*Material – Stainless Steel Frame and Finger Pads

*Bearing Size – R188

*Main Bearing Material – Hybrid Ceramic

*Weight – 67.3g

*Size – 48.5×48.5×13.6mm (LxWxH)

*Est. Two-Handed Spin Time (Out of the Box) – 3:30+

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4 reviews for VC EDC Triton Mini Spinner – Stainless Steel

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    They must have figured out the wobble problem and taken care of it… I’m not seeing it. This is a fun, beautiful and comfortable spinner. I’m totally enjoying it. It arrived in perfect condition and, as usual, the shipping was crazy-fast. My new fav spinner.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Update to my review about the wobble problem. I bet this device is manufactured to metric specs, but seems to ship with imperial bearings.

    Device ships with: 1/4″ x 1/2″ x 3/16″
    Anthony sent me: 13 mm outer diameter by 5 mm width

    Using the replacement bearings has eliminated a large portion of the wobble. I’d consider it now to have average button play and is my favorite spinner. I also recommend the buttons available from the NeoSpin conversion kit.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Bought this direct from VC EDC. Every user of this model I’ve spoken to reports the tolerance issue with the bearing. This causes a wobble and vibration when rotating the device while spinning. The tolerance can be enough for the button to make contact with the chassis, slowing the spin when at an angle and etching a small groove into the body if unchecked. I’ve been able to mitigate this by fully disassembling and reassembling the capsule and button, ensuring the capsule is fully tightened. The wobble persists, however.

    Anthony with VC EDC has been very responsive and reports it could be the open face bearing causing the tolerance issue. I don’t have a shielded r188 to try it with, though your mileage may vary with using one. Hopefully these issues can be resolved in future and existing sales of the Triton Mini.

    Overall I love it for the 4 days I’ve owned it. 7+ minute tabletop spins out of the box and I’ve not cleaned it. The machining is immaculate, edges aren’t sharp, no burls, and no scratches on mine. Weight is good (haven’t measured it) and aside from the wobble I can’t complain. I’ve kind of grown to like the wobble, but would be glad to receive a replacement bearing to shore up the tolerance and provide the smoothest spin possible without the white ring under the button found on the Triton 1.2.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    I brought this Mini spinner from VC EDC website before Spinetic-Spinners posted the sale on their website. Out of the box it is a small pidget spinner than the v1.2 Triton. Also come with few long cosmetic scratches on the main body. Next was the button cap was small, around the size of a United State 1 cent coin (19mm). I wish it had as a bigger button around the nickel size (22mm). The spin time out of the box was around 5min+ on a table. After breaking in and cleaning the r188 hybrid ceramic ball bearing with alcohol. The new average spin time around 7min+ to my max 8min 25sec (this depended on how hard you spin with your hand flick). Also there is an issue, which is the wobbly effect when you shift the axis from one direction to another. This was due to the ceramic ball gap tolerance between the inner and outer diameter of the ball bearing. So YMMV on the ball bearing gap tolerance. Finally, the Triton Mini it is another heavy hitter for it size when compare to it bigger brother, but if can lead to finger fatigue due to the small button size. I gave it 4 stars. I would recommend the VC EDC triton v1.2 (OOS) spinner over this mini where the different was not that notable in size and weight and come with bigger button.

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