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This article was published on October 17, 2018

Haiku Review: Mezmoglobe kinetic desk toy

A 5-7-5 for something to please your eyes

Haiku Review: Mezmoglobe kinetic desk toy
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Callum is an Englishman in Amsterdam, but not in the way you're thinking. He's the Editor of Plugged, TNW's consumer tech vertical. He w Callum is an Englishman in Amsterdam, but not in the way you're thinking. He's the Editor of Plugged, TNW's consumer tech vertical. He writes about gear, gadgets, and apps — with a particular focus on Apple — and also makes the occasional odd video. Basically, he's halfway between an abrasive gadget nerd and thinky art boy.

Welcome to Haiku Review, a feature where we review gear and gadgets using the Japanese poetry form.

Yes, we’re back! This time round we’re looking at the Mezmoglobe desk toy I currently have swirling in front of me

Basically, the Mezmoglobe a metallic ball type of thing that spins on your desk like this:

Let’s get to it!

How thoust spin, spin-thing?

Pleasing, pointless, heavy, round –

Reminds me of me

 

If you desperately need a spinning desk toy, you can hit up the Indiegogo page here and get your own Mezmoglobe. Just remember that even the most high-profile crowdfunding campaigns can fail, so invest with caution.

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