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Rubik's Cube (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- "43 Quintillion" possible moves and only "ONE" solution!
- As a special added bonus, a Free Rubik's Cube stand is included
- This completely redesigned gift package is a sure-fire, must-have collectable!
- Twist and turn the Cube® using various combinations to return it to its original state...every side finally having one solid color!
- A stimulating challenging puzzle! Rubik's Cube is the world's popular 3-D puzzle phenomenon!
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With "43 quintillion" possible moves and only 1 solution, the Rubik's Cube has been challenging puzzle fans for a quarter century. This 25th anniversary edition cube is just like the classic toy, with an official anniversary sticker in the center white square and a bonus display stand. Ages 8 years and up. Imported. 3Hx3Wx3L".
The date is 1974. The place is Budapest, Hungary. Erno Rubik, an admirer of geometry and 3-D forms creates the world's most perfect -- and addictive -- puzzle. More than three decades later the Rubik's cube is still one of the best selling brainteasers. Whether it was full size or the smaller keychain version almost every child had this puzzle by in 1980 when it found worldwide success. Elementary school kids were seen solving it with their feet on "That's Incredible!", conspiracy theorists believed it was an Eastern bloc tactic to distract American youth from getting an education, and Cubaholics Anonymous was formally established to help cure the compulsive need to solve it.
|Each side is just over 2", while each sticker is about ½" square.|
This Rubiks Cube has reflective red, white, blue, yellow, green, and orange colored stickers with an official twenty-fifth anniversary sticker in the center white square. The cube is packaged in a clear hexagon box and includes a black display stand. There is also a solutions hint and game suggestion book, just in case.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
+ It's a Rubik's cube...which is always a plus.
+ A timeless toy for the novice or expert puzzle fan.
- Takes a while to break in - rotation starts out very stiff.
- After 2 months of regular use, the stickers have started to curl up.
I've been playing with Rubik's Cubes off and on since the 1980s. Recently I picked up a new cube, and of course, I couldn't remember how to solve it. After a few YouTube videos and a lot of practice, I was back in the saddle again.
Unfortunately, I don't see a long life span for this cube.
Firstly, this Rubik's cube feels a little tight on turns. It was extremely tight when it first came out of the box, and after about 2 months of use, it's only now starting to feel worn in.
Secondly, the stickers on the cubies are not very durable. After 2 months of usage, the plastic on top of the stickers has started to curl back, and the stickers have started to chip.
**I've uploaded a picture in the Product Images section**
If you're a casual player with the Rubik's Cube, this one will probably suit your needs.
However, If you're looking for a durable cube that can be adjusted to your level of comfort, turns easily right out of the box, and has no stickers to peel off, I'd highly recommend the Dayan II Guhong Plus V2 3x3 Speedcube.
Finally (and this one is the worst part) it isn't what I thought I was getting. This was supposed to be a cube with a stand in a 'completely redesigned gift package' along with hint and game suggestion book. What I got was a cheap knock-off that wasn't even in a package. It was received with no box, no stand - just wrapped in shrink-wrap. I don't believe I will buy from these guys again (although, I can't tell exactly WHO it came from - Boom Toys, Winning Moves or E-Brands).
i would have preferred if the .com name was not printed on the rubick's cube (makes it look weird to me)
Another downer is the stickers used are already showing slight scuff marks and i have only played with this for ~3 days. it is also a fingerprint magnet which gives it a greasy feel after a while. not sure if this is a universal problem or not.
but still a great rubick's cube, would recommend buying
I just got into puzzlecubes, and thought to myself "what is the name of that 3x3 cube, oh yeah, Rubik's Cube". So, what did i do? Got on my phone, ordered one up.
it got here, and my first impression was that it was stiff, and the stickers were not well placed. I went out and got some petroleum jelly to put on the core to make it smoother, and it did get easier to move. As for the stickers, Just twisting here and there made it sound like the stickers were rubbing the edges on my fingers. one was even so far off, that i had to peel it off, and put it back on. I recommend that if you are going to peel it off, use a sharp plastic blade, or utility knife, if you use your fingers, the corner will stay up when you try to make it flat.
overall, its not a bad product, but not the best. great for your office or desk, but if you want to get into speedcubing, go with a dayan or another brand.
The first time he tried to twist it, the entire thing fell apart. He carefully put it back together and tried multiple times over several days to play with it again. He was trying to be so careful to keep it together, and yet it still kept having cubes pop out. Not fun at all.
We knew the toy was cheap, but we had read reviews and they were good. Ended up returning it, which cost us almost 4 bucks, so in the end we still paid $6, but there was no point in keeping trash around. I hope ours was just a defective model, but I wouldn't risk buying again since there were no free returns on it.
Now we are shopping for Rubik's cubes again!