The WitEden & Oskar 3x3x3 Mixup looks on the outside just like any 3x3x3 puzzle with bigger outer layers. But the mechanism allows it to be manipulated in many more ways compared to an ordinary 3x3x3.
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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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Witeden mixup and camouflage are some of my favorite cubes. This particular puzzle turns very good (I’m not corner cutting this to or speed solving just to point out), stickers look great, and has a parity I haven’t wrapped my head around but is a welcome challenge!
To say the best, this cube can be OK. It cannot corner cut, and it locks and pops almost every turn. I find that superglueing the little pieces inside decreases the popping alot. I don't know why they didn't make it conjoined in the first place.
This cube is very fun to solve, the only issue I have is that the picture shows a regular Orange/Red Blue/Green White/Yellow color scheme where as the one I got was Purple/Pink Blue/Green Grey/Bone. Other than that it's great.
This cube is pretty neat.
Okay, yea, there's practically zero corner cutting and it locks up every 5 moves or whatever, but that's beside the point.
The point of this cube is to be interesting to look at and solve, and it's not supposed to be a speedcube. It has a clicky mechanism which can be kinda annoying, but again, it's not for speedcubing.
It's about the size of a regular 5x5, so it's not too terribly big for the mechanism.
Also, yea. if you turn the middle slice 45 degrees, since the cubies are different sizes, it'll allow you to turn the L or R slices, making the centers switch places with the edges. It doesn't shape shift the corners, though.
There are only 3 different types of parity with this, one being the centers can be switched around once you get it back to cubic shape, one of the edges not facing up on the last layer, and 2 of the edges switched around in the last layer.
All in all, it's a fun cube to get after you know how to solve a 3x3 because it adds a little extra difficulty. The only thing keeping this from a 5 star is the turning, but I can't blame WitEden or Oscar because of that. Have Fun!
I didn't think that this cube was going to turn as well as it does, being that it has crazy internals (I don't recommend taking it apart). However sometimes during solves it will lock up, but isn't anything major. It's a fun challenge and worth the buy.
I don't have one (yet), but this is rather amazing. See Oskar's YT videos about it. Glad to see a trustworthy domestic source for it.
For the rare bird who is interested in mechanisms, this is reputed to be extremely difficult to reassemble. I had no significant trouble with a V Cube 7, fwiw.
Just possible that it's costly because it's not easy for the factory to assemble, either.