Everyone knows some clever git who can finish a rubiks cube in the time it takes the rest of us to line up three of those infernal blocks in a row. But their days are numbered. This is the mirrored rubiks cube, which means there’ll be no colour-based clues when it comes to solving. The smaller cubes are all slightly different sizes, which combined with the mirroring, makes it nothing less than a bitch to figure out.
That’ll learn ‘em.
It’s destined for Japan in the next couple of weeks, where it will cost ¥2079. No plans for Europe yet though…[via Technabob]
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