LanLan Flower Copter
The LanLan Flower Copter is an exquisite shape-mod of the original Curvy Copter that features 8 additional cuts in the centers of the Curvy Copter that give the puzzle a flower-like appearance along each center. The puzzle can be turned like a Curvy Copter, but the additional cuts allow for more scrambling possibilities.
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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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A gorgeous and challenging edge/corner turning puzzle.
Holy cow! This puzzle has everything I personally love in designer cubes.
*Great Colors, well applied stickers
* Great Concept (flower petals)
OOTB this puzzle appeared to be just another Redi cube/ Copter cube design. Then, I turned the corners for a more complex scramble.
This cube is definitely a collectors cube. This is not a beginners' cube.
This, as with many expensive designer cubes, is a very delicate puzzle. These types of puzzles are meant to enjoy the solve, not rush to a solved state.
I will add that this puzzle has preformed more smoothly with a light touch of lube, if at all, your preference and your ability to control small pieces.
This puzzle looks amazing, is super challenging, and is incredibly fun to solve. Some of the stickers were misaligned and looked like they were about to fall off, but after moving to the center of their respective pieces, they haven't fallen off. As others have said, this is simply a Dino cube mixed with a Curvy Copter, and is very unstable. I haven't had a pop yet, but only because I'm super slow and careful while I'm turning, and if I meet any resistance I try to "reshape" the puzzle back into a cube and try again, or just don't mess with it. The reason for this is because of all the cuts, the cube feels very mushy and squishy, and it doesn't want to stay in its cubic shape. After just a few turns the sides are no longer flat and pieces are getting caught on other pieces where they shouldn't be.
All in all, it's a very fun puzzle that's great for any collection, but if you're planning on doing multiple solves on it but aren't that patient, maybe wait until they've got the kinks worked out, or another company does it better. Taking so much care, having so much patience, and taking so much time to ensure the puzzle doesn't pop is almost more of a challenge than the puzzle itself.
This puzzle is a definitely fun challenge, but it pops a lot. If two edges on the corner are inverted, you are very likely to get a pop. I wish the puzzle was a bit more stable.
The puzzle is a combination of both skewbs and copters having 20 axis of turning (all edges and corners). So it is like doing the edges and corners of a master skewb but with additional parities, then reducing the petals with tricycles, then solving a copter. Turning is poor. It will often jam if you are not careful. I have been careful and never had a pop. If it is getting mushy then you push it square against a table and it will turn well again.
I give it a 5+ for the challenge but a 3.5 for the construction, so average of a 4+.
This is a challenging puzzle with a satisfying solve. It jumbles and shapeshifts. I would give it 5 stars except for the fact that it is somewhat unstable. It is squishy and prone to pops if not perfectly aligned. I have had flower petals pop out on every solve.
The edges are great at turning but the corners are a little stiff. There are quite a few lockups when jumbled but that is to be expected with this small of peices.