They were the craze.

The popularity of fidget spinners took hold of consumers this spring, as people passed around videos of tricks with the stress-relief toys on social media. Toy stores ran out of stock, and Walmart (WMT) - Get Report began shipping them into stores directly from makers in China.

But on Wednesday at around noon, AutoZone (AZO) - Get Report tweeted that it was now selling the gadget with a bearing at the center of a spinning three-prong plastic piece.

"Finally! A toy for everyone that helps reduce stress and is fun too!" the caption read.

Finger or fidget spinners seem like an odd toy to find at an automotive-parts retailer, and shares were down 0.7% to $607.44 following the news. A spokesman did not immediately return requests for comment.

In addition to toy shops, Walmart, and Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report , 7-Eleven announced it was selling the hot buy, as well, but the toy may have reached its peak at this point.

Five Below's  (FIVE) - Get Report  shares skyrocketed 36% over the last three months from the popularity of the toy. In the past four weeks though it has seen a drop of 1.41%. In early afternoon trading on Wednesday, its shares were down 3.6% to $49.16.

RIP fidget spinners.