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anonymous asked:

no, i can't price match our own website because the website prices account for flat rate shipping costs and are lower so that you're paying the same price as in-store. yes, i'm sure. yes, i'm 100% sure. no, you can't see a manager. they will tell you the exact same thing i'm telling you.


The Antidote

Straight out of a cliche horror movie I couldn’t resist combining a green Tritium tube into my version of a hypodermic syringe.  Unlike glow in the dark pigment, Tritium glows continuously without the need for “charging” from another light source.  It’s harmless to humans and used in many applications that require illumination like watches and gun sights.  I’ve been using it in designs for over a year now and I’m yet to grow another arm or mutate - damn it….

Update: Etsy in their wisdom have decided I can’t sell my Tritium designs.  I don’t agree with their decision but while I play in their sandbox I have to play by their rules.  So if you are interested in one of my Tritium pieces please contact me.  This piece is US $165 plus $7 flat rate shipping.

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erisintheclouds  asked:

hey! i love ur blog a lot & i know u have some aussie mods so i was wondering if u could help me? do u know of any physical places to buy stim toys in aus? specifically tangles, squishies, chewies, & textured (bumpy/rigid) things? alternatively, do u have any good online shops/links that ship to aus?

Thank you so much for the compliment! Yes, we can absolutely help. Mod Rainbow and I (Mod K.A.) are both Aussie and invested in trying to make stim toys more accessible for Aussies - part of the reason I started this blog was because few people at the time were talking about places Aussies could buy stim toys that didn’t involve dollar conversion and international shipping costs.

We tag by country of toy origin (not countries to which toys ship) so you might wish to check out our Australia tag for locally-sourced toys. We’re now up to twenty pages of posts! Note that I am Victorian (regional Western Victoria, close to Melbourne) so that a lot of my resources tend to skew Victorian. Mod Rainbow is based in QLD, and I’ll ask them to add to the post if they have any local offline sources that I haven’t covered.

But, to answer your question more specifically, I’ll go by store and list the things they sell. Links below go to that store’s tag or a post featuring that item. Please note that it might be worth checking on the store’s tag, as all these stores stock many more stimmy things that don’t quite meet your brief for the toys you’re after - everything from bouncy balls and poppers to wooden puzzles and bubble wands.

Also note that dollar stores right now are stocking spinners and knock-off fidget cubes as well as the usual range of hedge balls/hedge creatures, bouncy balls and knock-off slinkies. There’s lots of things available in the toy, stationery and party sections, often for inexpensive prices.

First, offline (or offline and webstore) Australian stores:


(Store locations: Australia-wide, mostly on the East Coast.)

Mind Games

(Store locations: Victoria, Tasmania, QLD)

  • Tangles: $10 AUD for Tangle Jr and Tangle Jr Textured

Queen Victoria Market

(Located in the Melbourne CBD, Victoria.)


(Store locations: Melbourne and Sydney.)


(Store locations: Australia-wide. Also allows online purchasing.)

Sensory Oasis for Kids

(North Altona, Melbourne. Also allows online purchasing with flat-rate shipping in Australia for $9.95 AUD.)


(Store locations: Australia-wide. Some items for sale online.)

  • Mini Snake Puzzle: $7 AUD (often on sale at 2 for $7 AUD)
  • Large Snake Puzzle: $14 AUD (often on sale for $7 AUD
  • Serpent Puzzle: $14 AUD (often on sale for $7 AUD. Note: not available online, but I have still seen these available in offline stores).


(Store locations: Australia wide, mostly on the East Coast.)

Second, Australia-based webstores:

Sister Sensory

Source for: Chewables, Tangles, Fidgets

No shipping price listed on their website, so it seems they calculate based on weight.

The Therapy Store

Source for: Chewables, Tangles, Fidgets

No shipping price listed on their website, so it seems they calculate based on weight. 


Source for: Chewables, Tangles, Fidgets

Shipping is calculated based on the value of your order. $0-$25 is $8.25 AUD shipping; $25-$50 is $14 AUD. I do not recommend this as a good way of determining shipping, since it’s possible via this metric to purchase two chew pendants, which are light, and pay $14 AUD to ship both when they’d both fit in Australia Post’s under 250 gram weight bracket.

Third, international sources:


Source for: Chewables

Despite being located in the US, I really recommend Stimtastic as a source for chewables. This is because Australian stim toy/OT stores only tend to stock Chewigem and ARK Therapeutic chewables, which are usually priced around $20-$22 AUD plus shipping (usually around $10 AUD … thanks, Australia Post). Stimtastic’s chewables are $10 USD or less, so even by the time you pay dollar conversion and international shipping, you’re still often saving money. Depending on the chewable in question, sometimes you can even get two items for the same price as one purchased here in Australia.

(Because of issues of weight, there’s other items that I wouldn’t purchase from Stimtastic and would try to source here in Australia instead, but the chewables are too well priced not to purchase from this store, even with international shipping. Plus the shipping is quick!)


Source for: Squishies

Most things have free standard international shipping. Despite shipping from China, I’ve had everything I’ve purchased so far arrive in three weeks or less. There’s a range of squishies available here, from only a few dollars each to $10 AUD and more for the larger, higher quality squishies. Not paying shipping makes their offerings that much more affordable and I’ve had no problems with the items I’ve bought.


Source for: Squishies, Tangles, Spinners, Knock-off Fidget Cubes

A great many of these things also have free standard international shipping from China, Hong Kong, the Philippines. Please note that quality varies widely and most of these things (especially the cheaper free shipping options) are knock-offs. (Check out this post of mine about the knock-off eBay Tangles: they work just like a Tangle Creations-packaged Tangle, but they’re lighter, looser and clickier.) For stimmers without a lot of money, though, these things are well worth checking out, especially if you don’t mind something clickier and louder (fidget cubes particularly).

If you need more help with finding sources closer to your state, please let us know. I’ve probably forgotten something, but my wrist is starting to hurt so I’ll end this one here! Being Victorian, I have more resources than many other Australian stimmers, but availability varies so widely from state to state, at times it’s like being in another country. I know a lot of what I take for granted just isn’t available elsewhere.

- Mod K.A.

manic-pixie-dream-nb  asked:

Hey! You might already be aware of this, but there's a reasonably new shop in Altona, Victoria that specialises in stimtoys! It's called "Sensory Oasis for Kids" (shame about the for kids bit but eh) The owner is really friendly. It sells spinners, chewable jewellery, weighted blankets and other cool stuff. Just thought this'd be cool knowledge for you and your Melbourne followers :)

I actually saw their site come up the other day! I was searching for something and bookmarked it in my “need to look at” folder, at which point it was promptly forgotten by everything else going on. But having a community member come forwards and say good things is so much better than my posting a link, so thank you! I really love talking about places where people have had good experiences!

Here’s the Chewables and Fidgets selection for anyone who wants to check it out. Folks should note that for things like Tangles, it’s pretty expensive ($10 AUD for everything I can get from Toyworld for $6 AUD) but prices on Chewigem pendants are the same as other online stores ($22 AUD). They also offer things that are only accessible online - Twiddles, chewables, wooden puzzles, spinners, various chain fidgets, Koosh Balls, at about the same price I’ve seen them offered elsewhere. I’d say they’re pretty fair.

(I’d love to look at the Chewigem skull pendants, Twiddles and spinners. I so want to get my hands on a Twiddle!)

They offer $9.95 AUD flat rate shipping (higher than one or two places, not as bad as some) but they’re one of the few stores that has any kind of storefront, opening hours and open invitations to come and check toys out. (Plus, they have this shipping info upfront and easy-to-access payment info. They’ve hit all my criteria for a good online seller.) Since this can save a bit or a lot of money for locals (or people who are in Mebourne on a semi-regular basis like myself) having the open storefront to check things out is pretty important. Most of the Melbourne-based OT/sensory/stim webstores I’ve looked at don’t have this option, sadly.

I’ll note that the owner lists Amaze on their links list (I hate Amaze so much) but this list has all the state autism organisations (so it may not mean that much) and she does use person-first language to refer to her sons and throws in a few occasional references to autistic adults. It’s not too terrible for a child-focused store, to be honest. I’ve seen a great deal worse.

Thank you so much for letting me know! New stimmy stores to check out in person are always the best.

( @ambiguouspieces: I can see several bus routes from Sunshine and/or Footscray stations, according to PTV. Want to get hopelessly lost going somewhere new when you’re next free? Having someone else along would stop me from having such a bad panic attack about getting off a bus at an unknown stop. Which would not be an issue if bus stops were numbered like tram stops so I didn’t have to trust the driver to tell me when to get off, so yes, I’m well aware that my panic is based solely in the system being ridiculous…)

milly-dean  asked:

I think you have likely have answered this question before, but where is the best places to print books and print small batches of art prints?

@kiriska​: “Best,” is, of course, a matter of opinion. My personal favourites are:

  • Catprint - This is a referral link. Ordering through it gets us both 10% off. I get all of my art prints printed here. They work with a lot of Alley artists and have a great variety of paper stocks, excellent customer service, flat rate shipping, and foster cats. Seriously, what else do you want. No minimum order.
  • RA Comics Direct - I get all my minicomics and sketchbooks printed here. They are crazy fast. Responsive customer service. Minimum order is 25.

Other printers, not used by me, but generally recommended by others:

Also see: #printing and #printers and  AANI>Where to Get Stuff Made


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anonymous asked:

Hi where can ı read catbat comics ?


Thanks to technology you can read them virtually anywhere. I know that buying comic books is an expensive luxury that not everyone can afford so I will give my best advice on where to buy comics as well as where to find batcat related comics.

First things first the two best eras for romantic batcat are the 1980s (pre crisis) and 2000s (pre flashpoint). For Pre Crisis stories look for Len Wein and Doug Moench in particular. Most of Len Wein’s batcat stories are collected in Tales of the Batman: Len Wein (it’s a godsend). 90s batcat was more of a flirtation, but things really took off around ~2003, so anything from Batman: Hush up until the reboot (2011-) is a pretty safe bet. thebatandthecat.tumblr.com compiled a really thorough list of batcat stories so I recommend giving it a look.

Honestly the best batcat stories after the reboot are from Injustice: Gods Among Us Years 1-3 (which isn’t canon) and Earth 2.

  • Batman/Superman #2
  • Batman/Superman #4
  • Worlds’ Finest (starring batkitten Helena Wayne) Annual #1
  • Worlds’ Finest #0
  • Worlds’ Finest #8
  • Worlds’ Finest #29
  • Secret Origins #7- Huntress
  • Earth-2 Annual #2 (but just a glimpse)

I’m not going to lie I have very, very strong feelings about the status of their relationship since the reboot (since the ship has essentially been obliterated) but it isn’t for me to decide for others what they will or will not like, so if you’re interested in Nu52 batcat they can be found in:

  • Catwoman (v4) #1
  • Catwoman (v4) #2
  • Catwoman (v4) #18
  • Catwoman (v4) #29
  • Detective Comics (v2) #27-29 “Gothtopia”
  • Forever Evil #4
  • Batman and Robin #22
  • Young Romance: A Valentine’s Day Special

Where to read/buy comics

Local Comic Book Store: Chances are you have a comic book store somewhere near where you live. If your are able to get there it’s important to support your LCS as much as possible. Get to know the staff and familiarize yourself with their sales and frequent buyer policies. My LCS has a program where for every $10 you spend you get a sticker and 10 stickers= $5 off. It’s not much but it adds up.

Digital Comic Stores: a la Comixology and Google Play. If you aren’t partial to buying print series than buying digital is the way to go. It’s a lot cheaper than buying print and comics cost on average $1.99-2.99. You can even find virtually every issue of almost any comic, even the really old stuff. As a bonus digital first series get published digitally before they go to print and you won’t have to worry about avoiding spoilers. Digitals also helped to save the comic book industry and made comic books more accessible. For iPad, tablet, and e-reader users comics can be downloaded directly to your device (I believe most devices use Amazon, but don’t quote me).

Online Warehouses: Mycomicshop.com is great for buying back issues at reasonable prices and they have flat rate shipping (warning shipping is pretty slow and on average takes about 6 days). Things From Another World and Midtown Comics are both good for finding newly released comics. Discount Comic Book Service has good rates on trades.

Ebay and Amazon: I’m pretty sure every single Pre Crisis comic I have I bought on ebay. A lot of sellers sell full collections too. Heads up though I would say on average you’ll pay $7-10 for every comic including shipping, sometimes more. Some advice for ebay buying: check out the seller before you buy and make sure you know what kind of condition the comic is in. Get to know the comic book grade scale.

Library: More than likely your local library has a graphic novel section, but their collections vary of course. Still it’s worth looking into and a lot of libraries have digital copies as well.

Cons: If you find yourself at a con I would be shocked and appalled if there weren’t dozens of vendors selling cheap ass comics and trades.

Youtube: A lot of youtubers have published motion comics on youtube. If you just want to read a story it gets the job done.

Advice for buying comics:

  1. Take your time. Buying comics can be a very addicting hobby and sometimes it feels very urgent that you need to get every comic and trade all at once. You don’t. They aren’t going anywhere, trust me.
  2. Set a budget and stick to it. I admit I am very bad at sticking to my budget but again the comics aren’t going anywhere and there will always be a way for you find them. Please don’t spend all of your rent money on comic books.
  3. Don’t be a snob about buying used. You can find a lot of used trades in near perfect condition. Don’t let DC trick you into thinking you need to buy the more expensive newer editions; it’s the same story on lamenated paper.
  4. Borrow from your friends. If you have any comic book reading friends ask to read their comics.

That’s what I’ve got. I hope it was helpful. If you were looking for something more specific just drop me an ask.

anonymous asked:

Ah! Hello I don't know if you've answered an ask like this before (I didn't see one) but I'm some one who really loves clicks and metal tapping together but I also think a tangle will be really beneficial for me so are there any you recommend that are pretty cheap? I don't have much money but I could probably manage something $15 or cheaper thank you so much in advance I'm new to stim toys and getting an autistic screening soon so I'm feeling more self aware of my stims and sensory things

For $15, anon, we can get you a couple of different stim toys! If we go for the cheapest options, we can get you a few of them! There’s a few things I would definitely recommend for anyone after clicking and tapping (and good stimmy noises generally) and I’ll throw in a couple of DIYs at the end as well. This should get you started at the very least, and you can explore adding to this kit (be it by purchasing or by making things) over time. It’s surprising how quickly I went from having a couple of stim toys to having a couple of baskets of stim toys…

(I’ll also say that it’s really normal to have that self-aware stage when you’ve been diagnosed - be it professional or self - or discovered that autism is something with which you relate. My experience was that I’d spent my whole life suppressing so much about myself, and once I had a label for my difference, once I came online and found people both with the same experiences and the language for those experiences, I felt incredibly aware of this and how I moved for a long while. A year later, I’m back to not noticing how I’m rocking my knees while I type; stimming and touching has become more subconscious again, with the difference that I now reach for those baskets of toys more subconsciously and I’m so much less restrained in general sensory/texture seeking.)


The cheapest option, no matter where you are, is ebay. (I’ve got my review here and a series of links here, but there’s many more listings here, often for $2 USD and under with free international shipping. (Folks may want to note that there’s now several listings for the glow in the dark Tangles for under $2 USD, too!) Please note that there is no real consensus as to whether these are legitimate, knock-offs, prototypes or something else: some people have found theirs to be identical to Tangle Creations packaged Tangles, while others (including two of us mods) have found them to feel cheaper - lighter, crackier, creakier, not quite right in ways hard to articulate. My feeling is that they’re knock-offs (and that this is indicative in the price) but I don’t actually know this for sure (that they use an older version of the Tangle logo makes it hard to tell). For you, anon, this might be the better Tangle to source, because I can tell you from my own experience that they crack and creak a lot more than a regular Tangle Jr, and at this price you can get a couple of them.

If you want a packaged Tangle, your best bet if you’re in the USA is Amazon or Fat Brain Toys (under $5 USD, $3.99 USD flat rate shipping). If you’re in Australia, try Toyworld stores (around $6 AUD each).

Fidget Cubes

Later on today I’m going to try and make a post about the knock-off cube I found in a local dollar shop. I’ll say this right now: it is clicky. Not just that it has buttons and switches to click, but it makes a loud plastic clicking noise when you use them. (It’s so noisy that I’d wish murder on the person using it beside me in the classroom.) In your case, anon, I’d go for the cheap version not only from pricing concerns but also because of the clicking noises they make. There’s a score of various ebay listings running anywhere from $1 to $5 with free international shipping in anybody’s currency and a few more listings on where to buy on this post.

Klixx Fidgets

This is basically a length of interlocking links that click when you move them. Tremendously clicky. There’s brand-name and imitation versions available - the imitations tend to be a few dollars cheaper. You can hear one being clicked in this video post by @yellows-stim-toy-hoarde.

Available on Stimtastic for $3.50 USD. The knock-off versions are called “Snap and Click” toys and there’s a Squishy Mart listing for $0.98 USD and on Children’s Therapy Store for $1.50 USD.


This is less clicky, in terms of volume, than my fidget cube, but it’s plastic, it’s scrunchy and it’s wonderfully stimmy to just crunch in your hand. It’s also the most expensive fidget here at $9.50 USD from Stimtastic and $12.99 AUD from Sensory Oasis for Kids. I’d be inclined to leave this one for later, simply due to the expense, as you can get multiples of the other toys in your budget. They are fabulous, though!

Snake Puzzles

This is another case, anon, where the cheaper the puzzle, the clickier and creakier it is. My Smiggle puzzles are mostly silent (exceptions being the glow in the dark ones, for some reason: the plastic feels more brittle) but my K-Mart puzzles (both small and large) click and creak as you rotate the triangular sections.

This is one of those odd items where I don’t have a good non-Australian supplier to recommend. K-Mart sells the mini puzzles for $1 AUD each, which I recommend as a super cheap creaky toy (although some of the covers over the triangular pieces like to pop free). There’s several larger ones on Amazon, but none are especially cheap. I’ve seen them on Banggood for $2.18 AUD with free international shipping, which might be your best bet.

Electronic Bubble Wrap

This is less clicky and more pushy with the sound of bubble wrap, but it might work for you if you really like pressing buttons. There’s a range of ebay listings here starting from $5.33 USD with free shipping.

Light Switches

Check out this post Mod Rainbow wrote a while back about finding cheap, unwired switches on ebay. If you’re after a switch to flick/click and you need something bigger than the switch on a fidget cube, here’s an option for under $1 USD with free shipping!


- Clicky bottle/jar caps - think Snapple caps, jam jar lids, anything with a popper seal in the middle. You can reuse Snapple bottles for water or anything else so you’ve got a snap-cap bottle on you for stimming and drinking, making this pretty multifunctional!

- @diy-stims has posted this tutorial on making a DIY clicker toy: two bottle caps glued to the insides of a folded length of cardboard.

I think there’s enough here, anon, to get you started, and most of it is priced reasonably enough that you should be able to get a few different things on your budget. If anyone has any suggestions for cheap or DIY clicky toys that I’ve forgotten, please comment and I’ll add it to the post.

Good luck, anon, with both your assessment and your stimming adventures!

- Mod K.A.

anonymous asked:

I feel bad that I can only afford knockoff fidget cubes-I'd love to support the actual, but I don't have that kind of money or time. Anyway I don't know which knockoff is reliable/which one to get because I don't want it to like wear down after just a couple of uses if that makes sense. Sorry for bothering I'm an idiot. /.\

Anon, you’re not bothering or an idiot. This is a really good, important question, and this is at the heart of why I say things like “it’s cool to support the creator if you can but I will never judge if you cannot”. Never. Nor will I judge if you buy Spinmaster’s Kinetic Sand or cheap, cool toys from Dollar General. Stim toys, for us, aren’t optional extras, but the thing about disability is that we’re often in situations of having less money and/or less access to the very tools that help us in a world not made for us. Sometimes we are in situations where we cannot live the philosophies we wish, and I am very much against the idea of going without something that helps us function better because we lack the access, money or both to get the better item.

(And, in all honesty, having to wait six months for an expensive toy to arrive - keeping in mind that for this community the fidget cube is not an optional extra but a disability aid - is somewhere past ridiculous and heading toward inexcusable. If it’s an item you only want, it’s not so terrible, but if it’s an item you need, like we need stim toys, it’s a problem. If I’m seriously recommending that folks who can should support the designer but buy a cheap cube for in the meantime, there is a problem!)

So, no judgement. We can talk about the ideals of supporting creators and the reality of the situation in which we live at the same time. And if this blog doesn’t discuss the knock-off options, this blog doesn’t fully support the community.

But, anon, I’m in the same boat. I’m planning to order a couple of different ebay knock-offs so that @ambiguouspieces and I can write a comparative review when hers arrives. But I don’t actually know how well made they are, and there’s so many different cheap options. But if we can’t afford to buy the real thing, we also can’t afford to spend $5 on a cube that only lasts one week. We need a middle ground. Something more affordable but reasonably well made.

(This post contains purchasing information for the Antsy Labs cube, for those who are more comfortable purchasing this one.)

If you’re Australian, Sensory Oasis for Kids sells a knock-off fidget cube for $12.95 AUD plus $9.95 AUD flat rate shipping. This is expensive, but it’s much cheaper than the $40-something AUD required to get an Antsy Labs cube here to Australia, and I can confirm both that it felt good in the hands (albeit just with many ways to click things, in my opinion), was nicely made and didn’t squeak. The sellers stock them because it’s a quality item (we discussed their spinners versus the many dollar shop spinners now available) and do take returns if needed. If you live in Melbourne and can travel there, it’s even cheaper.

I’ll also link to the recent Pat Catan’s post ($5 USD, no online listing, sadly).

Other than a few ebay links that we mods have pulled up from various places, I don’t have cubes from a specific seller or listing that have come with a recommendation of being reasonably functional. I can find very cheap listings - here’s one for $1 AUD with free shipping from China. (Note that the listing uses Antsy Labs’ stolen promotional graphics, too.)

So. I’m going to open this one up to the community. Have you bought a knock-off cube? Are you reasonably happy with the cube for the price you paid? If so, could you do us the incredible favour of commenting on this post with the link to the store or listing where you bought this cube?

Hopefully together we can help our anon out and build a resource of options that are affordable but are of reasonable quality, as buying these from ebay and other cheap sellers is a matter of pot luck!

Otherwise, anon, I’ll buy a couple of ebay cubes next week and give you updates on the user experience when they arrive. But I hope someone else can help you out long before that!

- Mod K.A.

@aestistic says,

I own a ebay knockoff cube, really love it. I don’t use it much atm since I sorta tend to cycle through stims? But it feels right, hasn’t broken either which is surprising - I bought it during year 12 last year and at one point it was coming to school with me /every day/ and getting fairly heavy use. Some of the parts are probably looser than the original would be, but personally I like that :P

Good to know that some of them are that kind of durable! (And I absolutely cycle through stims; I expect most of us do.) Thank you so much!

@syellowtails says,

I purchased mine off of Banggood.com. I have 3 (2 regular size, one mini with a wrist strap). I love, love, love them! I should have a full write up on my sideblog soon.

There’s several listings (including an imitation Prism for holding the cube) here for those who wish to check it out, with various prices and additional lanyard attachments. (They’re called “whiny cube” for some reason, which made me giggle.) We’ll look forward to your review, but thank you for the recommendation! I might get one of those and an ebay one for our review post…


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Today is the day! Just in time for the holidays Gold Tooth is open for business!

Our company offers one of a kind, exclusive pieces; all hand printed and designed by owners Felix Morales and Levi Fisher; with flat rate international shipping on everything in the store! 

Our launch line up consists of three T-shirt designs and three patch designs, all of which have been hand distressed to make sure each item sent out is one of a kind! 

Check out our store for items inspired by the weird, macabre, and odd!