Whether you're a college student, sports fan, parent, or proud alum, Iron Stop® makes it easy to show off your school spirit with its ever-expanding collegiate collection of wind spinners, crystal twisters, and wind chimes. School-approved and officially licensed, the collection represents a wide variety of colleges and universities. All collegiate products are subject to updates throughout the year.
NCAA Crystal Twister
In classic team colors, the Iron Stop® Arizona State Crystal Twister displays your school's well-loved logo--both front and back. It's the focal point of this hanging ornament, and it symbolizes the pride, history, and camaraderie that makes your school one to celebrate.
Glittering Crystal Accents
Hanging below the logo, the spinning ornament features a glimmering twister accent that combines a steely silver surface with a spiraling silhouette. Two faceted ball-shaped cut-glass crystals--both in rousing team-spirit colors--appear suspended in midair between the spirals' slender arms, seeming to move yet remaining mesmerizingly in place when the twister spins gently in the breeze. A teardrop-shaped crystal accent dangles from the twister's tapered point as a cheerful final touch(down). Capturing and reflecting sunlight, sending rainbow-colored spots of light onto surrounding surfaces, the crystal twister will keep fans cheering from one game to the next.
Support Your Team
Choose from a wide variety of crystal twisters from the NCAA collection.
Distinctive Decor - for Indoors or Out
Whether you choose to use it indoors or out, you'll want to place your NCAA crystal twister someplace easily visible. Outdoors it works well hanging from a shepherd's staff in a garden or near a manicured lawn, from a hook on a trellis on the back deck during summer barbecues, or from a hook on the eaves of a front porch as an enthusiastic way to greet guests.
It looks equally full of team spirit when suspended inside, whether hung in the living room, a home office, or entertainment room. Placed near an inside window will best showcase its sporty, colorful logo and light-refractive crystals.
Hanging the Twister
The twister comes ready to hang right from the box; simply attach the twister base to the school logo with the included hook, make sure all crystals are in place, and hang it from the main hook, which allows it to twist and twirl in the breeze. You can use the hook on its own or connected to an extension chain or an Iron Stop® hook accessory to achieve just the right placement (additional accessories sold separately).
Though delicate in appearance, the twister is made of 2.5mm steel wire electroplated with a chrome finish, which helps keep the twister safe from the effects of rain, snow, and other outdoor elements.
Keep Your Twister in Motion
Iron Stop® also offers battery- and solar-powered motors that create a continuous spinning action--perfect for use indoors or outside on a windless day.
Made in the USA
Proudly made in the USA, the NCAA crystal twister measures about 17 inches long and makes a thoughtful gift idea for new students, graduates, grandparents, and sports fans of all ages.
Iron Stop® Arizona State University Crystal Twister
Color: Yellow / Red (Topper) Copper (Twister) and Amber (Crystal)
Sparkling powder coating
Decorative indoors and outdoors
What's in the Box:
1 Crystal Twister
Dimensions: 14"H x 6"W x 2"D
Q: Where is the twister made?
A: All of Iron Stop®'s twisters are proudly made in the USA.
Q: What type of metal is used to make the twisters?
A: The Iron Stop® twisters are made of 2.5mm steel wire.
Q: What type of crystal is used in the twisters? Is it crystal, glass?
A: The crystals used in the Iron Stop® crystal twisters are cut-glass crystal. They create great rainbows!
Q: Is there any type of protective coating applied to the twisters?
A: The Iron Stop® twisters are electroplated with either a chrome- or a copper-colored chrome finish to ensure rust resistance.
Q: What is the process when beginning a new design?
A: Just like with Iron Stop® wind spinners, Iron Stop® twisters are hand-sketched, copyrighted, one-of-a-kind designs. They start with a pencil and sketch the design on paper. Once they get the basic shape, they scan the sketch and redraw it on the computer using special software. Once satisfied, they send the file to their laser programmer to have a sample made. After they get the sample back and make any necessary adjustments, they then proceed to designing the graphics.