Lee Ghost Cube 5x5
The Lee Ghost Cube 5x5 is a ghost cube made from gluing 3D printed extensions to a standard 5x5 puzzle. This results in a large, easy to turn puzzle that is sure to warp your brain. Give it a shot if you think you can tackle this crazy puzzle!
Not completely satisfied with this product? We accept returns within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date, for either store credit, or a full refund to the payment method — the choice is yours.
Our Promise to You
All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.
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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- Free standard U.S. shipping (includes Hawaii, Alaska, and AFO/APO) (2-5 business days) is offered for orders with a subtotal of $55.00+. Free expedited shipping (1-3 business days) is offered at $85.00+.
- All orders are shipped from our New York warehouse.
- Orders are shipped the same business day they are placed, or the next business day. The cutoff for same day shipping is 3PM EST.
- There is no processing/handling surcharge — all our shipping rates are at rock-bottom.
- We ship to all countries not sanctioned by the U.S. government.
- We advise that you look into your country's customs laws before ordering.
Beautiful puzzle, designed to be difficult, but additional difficulty arrives in the form of wow, this is hard to turn. The puzzle jams and sticks when I try to move it. It seems like the plastic it is made of is not rigid enough to keep things where they belong. The puzzle is a bit large, and it seems to warp under its own weight. Maybe I am not holding it right. I've tried holding it at various angles, some are better than others, but none are great.
If there is a way to disassemble the puzzle and try to lubricate or repair it, I have no idea. Given the large number of parts and the complexity of the design, I’m not sure I want to know. But I wish I could do something to make it more playable.
I advise you to take pictures of the solved puzzle before scrambling until you get familiar with the puzzle. Especially with the difficult turning, figuring out what ought to go where is a big challenge.