FangShi LimCube Discrete Pyraminx
The FangShi LimCube Discrete Pyraminx is a more complicated version of the FangShi LimCube 2x2 Frame Pyraminx. It feature the same 2x2 ball core for deep cut turns and pyraminx shape. This version has more pieces that add to the complexity.
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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.
The corners on 2x2 puzzles should not be twisted as doing so may snap the piece. Damage caused by corner twisting is not considered to be a defect.
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Its a very good idea for a puzzle, but the way it's built makes it almost impossible to turn most of the time, the tips of each piece always bump into eachother when trying to turn. And it not only pops but explodes very easily. Would like to see this idea get better made someday.
This is honestly the WEIRDEST cube I have ever seen from anyone. It's almost not human. Its movement and different ways you can turn it shows how intricate cubing companies are getting nowadays. This is an unbelievable puzzle. I wouldn't try to scramble one though, because it can jumble ;)