The Eitan's TriCube is a new puzzle designed by Eitan and produced by Calvin's Puzzle. It is a series of 3 cubes that have been combined into one 12-axis puzzle. The turning is very smooth and the puzzle has a sturdy feel.
Stickerless: The 6-color variant with Blue, Green, Yellow, White, Orange, and Red half-cubes.
Black (Green): The 3-color variant with Green, Yellow, and Orange cubes.
Black (Blue): The 3-color variant with Blue, White, and Red cubes.
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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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This puzzle reminds me of Alexander's Star in that the pieces rotate over the surface of other pieces. Also, like A.S. it's easy to isolate which pieces you want to move. As such it is not too hard to solve if you don't introduce any moves which "jumble" or shape-shift the puzzle. This can happen if you give the faces with 6 pieces (i.e. the ones with two large and four small pieces) a turn of 60 or 120 degrees. If you give these faces only 120 degree turns, the puzzle will not jumble. I have not tried the jumbling moves yet, so that may add a whole different layer of difficulty.
Also, you can opt for a different solved state (see Tomas Rokicki's twitter) with the 6 color version. The potential for pretty designs is there too.
The puzzle turns very smoothly and does not pop.
All in all, you can get a lot out of this puzzle. Outstanding!
I love to just turn the cube it is fun to fidget with i have no clue how to solve it it just looks really cool on my shelf