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Our mission at CONQUERing is to help people feel empowered and we're all about sharing positivity and encouragement with as many people as possible. This braille "enough." spinner is for those in our community who are blind or partially sighted or for those who want to show support to those who are visually impaired.
Remind yourself of your worth with our “Enough.” spinner. We live in a society that frequently tries to tell us who to be, what to look like, and how to act. However, our true beauty shines through when we fearlessly express our authentic selves. When worn, the “Enough.” spinner is a symbol of pride and self-love. It affirms us that we are more than enough today, tomorrow, and always – just the way we are.
First, here is a detailed explanation of how our jewelry works:
Our fidget jewelry is comprised of two parts, a U-shaped base and a coin-shaped spinner that clicks into the base to form a ring or necklace pendant. To make a complete piece of jewelry, you will need to select a base (ring or necklace) and a spinner.
All our jewelry is interchangeable -- all spinners fit into all ring and necklace bases.
This listing is for our silver or gold (your choice) braille spinner that says "enough." in grade 2 braille on one side and in text on the other.
The letters on this spinner are stacked and rotated 90 degrees to allow your finger to read the letters without bumping into the tips of the ring or pendant base. When worn as a ring, the letters are to be read along the finger from fingertip to hand in two rows (not side-to-side). When worn as a necklace it should be read top to bottom in two rows.
Besides simply wearing our beautiful jewelry and reading the empowering message, many of our customers find fidgeting with our jewelry helps them feel calm and focused. The two most common ways to fidget with our jewelry are to spin it and to click it.
Spinning it is as simple as taking it off your hand and giving the spinner a flick. (Or simply flicking it if you're wearing it as a necklace.) While it's fun to simply spin it as a fidget for yourself, if you show a sighted friend or family member, they will see the text translation show through amidst the braille from the other side.
To click our jewelry, you will essentially be popping one side of the spinner in and out of the base. This can be done in many ways but here are the two most popular:
1) You can slide the ring up near your knuckle and press on the spinner to pop one side out of the base. Then, if you bend your finger with the ring on it, it will pop the spinner back in place.
2) If you wear your ring on your index finger (a very common choice with our rings), you can rotate the ring on your finger toward your thumb, and then use your thumb to press on one side of the spinner to pop it out of the base and then use your thumb to press on the tip of the base to pop it back in. This is a great one-handed way to click. Pro tip: move your middle finger down toward your palm slightly to brace the back of the ring base when clicking this way.
After adding this spinner to your cart, be sure to select a base for your spinner if you don't already have one.
Here's a link to our silver ring bases (available in sizes 4-13): silver ring bases
Here's a link to our gold ring bases (available in sizes 4-13): gold ring bases
And here's a link to our silver necklace bases (available in 20", 24" and 30" lengths): silver necklace bases
And here's a link to our gold necklace bases (available in 20", 24" and 30" lengths): gold necklace bases
We've done our best to explain our product in detail for you here but if we can answer any questions for you, please feel free to give us a call at 1-513-216-5222 so we can assist you further.