The LanLan Mosaic Cube is an expanded corner twisting puzzle. Drawing inspiration from the original Mosaic Cube, this version solves the turning issue with a curved design making for a more enjoyable solving experience.
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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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First let me say, this is a must have for the artistic cube collector. Secondly, the cube's movements are reminiscent of the Redicube puzzle family. OOTB, the cube has a hefty, solid feel with fantastic classic colors. There is no need to lube this puzzle, it's not needing to be speed solved anyway. The sticker placement is very professional, no overlap, lifting or peeling. There has been no issues with the movements, no binding or catching. Scrambled, this puzzle is stunning and seems intimidating, at least at first. This is such a fun solve no needs for algorithms. Still, if you must have algorithms, I think this solves like a Dino or maybe even similarly to a skewb, At least with the UDU'D'..or whatever. I personally lost my knack for solving Skewbs. Again, I personally like to solve by seeing where the piece needs to go, no algorithms needed. Have fun, enjoy the solve.
This is a cool cube, and the solving process reminds me of a master pyraminx. The puzzle is pretty stiff, but a little lube helps it. I solve it with a reduction method, ending the last 3 pairs with a 3-cycle, and then solve like a redi cube. Fun puzzle!
If you only make wide corner turns while scrambling it solves exactly the same as the redi cube.The small corner turns allow you to scramble up the edge pieces for a greater challenge.
Unlike the redi cube, the turning is stiff and locks up sometimes. I loosened the screws and added a little bit of 30k rc dif fluid, now it turn much better.
pros: good construction, nice stickers, interesting and fun to solve.
cons: needs setup, locks up sometimes, not very challenging. (4 on a 1-10 scale).
This is a really pretty cube that has a extended Redi cube sort of feel to it. Very nice!
The Mosaic Cube is easier than it looks, as others have mentioned. I would say it's roughly as difficult as the Alexander's Star or the order-2 Rubik's Cube. The Mosaic was a little stiff at first (which is far preferable to a puzzle that is too fragile) but over time the turning has become easier.
I own almost 100 puzzles and this is already becoming one of my favorite puzzles I own. I love it so much.
The turning has some friction to it. And once you turn a corner a tiny bit, like 5 degrees of a full 360 circle, then one of the pieces is a little wobbly and it doesn't always want to slide into position on its own. You can push past the little catch with some force though, and if you're rough with your turning I don't think you would notice.
Not a speedcube, but it's not supposed to be. It's very fun to figure it out on your own!
LanLan Mosaic Cube