Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
Nowhere Plank
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Nowhere Plank

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Nowhere Plank 

Love it or hate it, we can all agree that the Nowhere Plank is a small rectangle. Across our broad range of products, if we're being real, the Plank stands out for being poorly designed as any kind of skill toy. The shape is not conducive to flipping around between the fingers. If you want that, our knucklebones are the evolved form, go buy one. This Plank is something else. It's effortless. If anything, it's more of a simple mindfulness tool than a skill toy. The Plank is something basic, even primordial. It just feels satisfying to hold in the hand. It is certainly possible to flip it around and do some basic manipulations with it, but where the Plank truly excels is in situations where full on manipulations would be an unwelcome distraction, either to you, or to others around you. Given the mindfulness aspect (now, here) and the idle meandering it supports (as opposed to conscious trickery), we've dubbed this little unit the Nowhere Plank. It may not be for you and that's fine. But if you're feeling it, we've got you.

Both the ebony and the ultem planks are very lightweight compared to our initial titanium offering. This makes them very light in the pocket, as well as in the hand. As with our lighter weight deadeye coins and knucklebnones, manipulating the lightweight planks will take some getting used to, but as your hands become accustomed to the lighter touch they need, you'll appreciate how gravity stays out of the way and lets your hands just do their thing. 

Both materials are offered in a glossy polished finish, as well as a matte machine finish. The polished finishes have a gleaming appearance, and provide substantially more grip for control. The machine finished surfaces are more dull in appearance, with less grip, allowing them to glide more smoothly between the fingers. Both finishes have their virtues.

For more information, have a quick watch of our drop preview video, embedded and time stamped below. 

Details:

  • Length x Width x Height: 80x20x10mm
  • Titanium (Machined), weight: ~67g
  • Ultem (Polished, Machined), weight: ~19.6g
  • Ebony (Polished, Machined), weight: ~19g


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