Their spinners are also known as suicide spinner or knuckle busters. Please don't go by the name as they are a great add on feature to the steering wheel. Some spinners are so handy that one needs only the palm to balance the spinner and the steering wheel. These spinners don't usually take much time to install with inbuilt screws and hooks to attach it to the wheel. Usually made of silicon, the padded structure helps smooth operation and relieves fatigue from a medicinal point of view while keeping the car in motion.
Features of a quintessential steering wheel spinner
Some come with a screwing mount that needs the drivers to attach them to the wheel. Others come with adhesive tapes or a snap-on design. Although the screws are more safe and secure alternative, a loose screw can even make the spinner slip and cause major disbalance. Hence, taking your time to drive and maintain the mount as a loose spinner can cause a significant accident, and everything might go downhill (literally!). Some knob spinners are made up of stainless steel material to give a classy look. Other alternatives include plastic, glass or alloys.
Good Fit by encapsulating your hand
The knob must properly fit the wheel. While some steering wheels can work on softer surfaces, others require a hard rigid material to hold it properly. Moreover, the desired product must completely fit the hand else; it will negate the build's very purpose. The more giant clamps are designed to hold on to a broader and a heavier steering wheel. There is no one-size-fits-all in steering spinners, however, make sure that your desired spinner meets the needed requirements.