The TomZ 4x4x6 is a shape shifting cuboid from Calvin's Puzzle. It turns smoothly and features a stable mechanism. Comes in a clear plastic display box.
Notes on Stickers: Black/White come with normal stickers applied.
Checkered Black/Blue come with no stickers.
Transparent Blue (Limited Edition) comes unstickered but with a set of normal stickers and logos on the side.
Transparent (Limited Edition) comes unstickered but with a set of translucent stickers and logos on the side.
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Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
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I decided to purchase this cuboid during a limited time promotion in which these cuboids were transparent. I though they looked really cool and decided to buy it as well as a few other cuboids. The 4x4x6 is a little stiff out of the box but it's nothing a little lube can't fix. After that, the puzzle turns great and is very fun to solve. It's basically a combination of a 4x4x4 and a 2x2x3, taking aspects from both of those to solve this beast. Solve time is a little longer than I would like it to be, taking an average of 12-15 minutes per solve if it is completely scrambled. This cuboid also has its random pops but they are incredibly rare. All in all, I would totally suggest this cuboid to any avid cuboid. It's a great addition to the collection!
I bought this cube a year ago. This cube is very stiff and slow to turn. It often requires several tries to get a layer to turn. I loosened the screws and it turned much better, but the center pieces fell out frequently. So... I eventually just tightened it back up so that it did not fall apart and I just have to deal with the stiffness. However, it seems to be the only 4x4x6 available. I highly recommend the crazybad 4x4x6 fisher cube over this cube. the crazybad is wayyyyy more difficult, wayyyy higher quality, turns awesome and smooth, and never pops or locks up.
This cube is the best at first then after like a month the middle layer wouldn't even turn only the outer layer do not get this
If you get this you better get some better stickers. I've had this puzzle for about a year and my only complaint is the stickers. This is deifinetky not a speed cube do if you want speed don't get this
Out of the box, this thing was terrible. It was very tight and catchy, especially the top and bottom layers. I had to work on it for a couple hours before I scrambled it for the first time. They also stickered it like a brick cuboid, which I don't like, so I scraped the poor quality stickers off and restickered it with white/yellow on the top and bottom. After loosening and a ridiculous amount of lube, I couldn't be happier. It's not too difficult and it doesn't take too much time to solve. It's in the goldilocks zone for me.
Honestly this cuboid is awesome hard to solve (for me at least) and you can play with it for hours. However don't take it part unless you are in a clean area where if a piece fell on the floor you wouldn't lose it. I bought it in transparent and took it apart and lost 2 little pieces, probably because i have a white carpet. Other then that great cuboid.
This cuboid is a lot of fun. It can shapeshift into a 4x4 when fully scrambled. It isn't the smoothest, but it's not to be expected when buying. This is not a speedcube; it's just a cuboid meant to be solved for the experience. I've solved it a few times and have had a great time. It popped once, and then exploded when I tried to put it back in. My only warning to you if you get it is that it's difficult to reassemble. The mechanism is simple to understand and you'll know where the parts go, but assembling it is a pain. Other than that, I see no reason why you shouldn't get it. UPDATE** The internal center pieces seemed to have slightly out of alignment. It makes it a lot harder to turn the middle layers, but it can be fixed by reaching into the core and rotating back under a piece. It's a huge pain to have to deal with, but it's manageable.
I got the transparent blue one and just out of the box it was very stiff and locky when I turned it. After some solves and loosening the tensions a bit it has become smoother( but it still has a scratchy feel) and easier to turn without locking. I have also lubed it, and that made a big difference. Although the cube could be faster and have fewer lockups I think it's worth the money buying it, because it's very fun to solve.
This cube is amazing! I had a lot of fun trying to figure out how to solve the cube for the first time. The cube comes with a lot of sticky lube in it, but after washing the lube out the cube becomes very fast. It's never once popped on me even though the turning feels crunchy on some layers. My only complaint is that red and orange are on the top and bottom. I would've enjoyed it more if yellow and white/black were on the top and bottom.
I highly recommend this cube to anyone who's interested in cuboids or anyone who just wants a cool cube to add to their collection.
This cube is an amazing idea, but the way it's set up, at least OOTB, makes it a perfect storm of popping. It takes a good amount of force to turn when aligned (as opposed to even my lubed Rubik's cube), and is likely to pop as a result. Even after having dismantled it (after it popped, and I incorrectly re-inserted the two alignment pieces that came out), I just can't recommend this puzzle.