Story went a bit like this: Patrick Dwyer suggested I challenge Ben Stokes to do this, I challenge Ben Stokes to do it and he refuses, he says that he cannot so I am like 'I reckon I could do it, it may take a long time', a few days later and I do it. It took 4 attempts to get a success and the final one was the fastest, the first one I think I messed up a few algorithms and decided to switch to the RUL J Perm as it is easier to do consistently on such a tiny cube, my second and third attempts were both off by 3 corners on the top layer and then on the 4th attempt I finally did it all correctly. Theoretically the memorization shouldn't really be much slower but I wanted to be very careful to ensure I knew it all really well.
It's the only face turning octahedron manufactured at present, and is a good puzzle - it is a very fun puzzle to solve. I would give it four stars, as it could turn better. Great service as usual from Daniel at Speedcubing.org
My son loves it!
I needed the Rubik’s clock to complete my collection of puzzles. All the used ones on sale were grimy and showing their age (obviously). I saw the QiYi Magnetic Clock had good reviews and it’s a quality item.
Super smooth in use and I prefer the black and white design to that original Rubik’s Clock. Arrived quickly and would recommend to others
Great range of product
I think this cube is very good for its price. It is my new main over my gan 11 m pro just because it’s slice moves are much easier