Lefun 2x2 Time Machine (Numbered)
The Lefun 2x2 Time Machine (Numbered) is a stickerless 2x2 shape mod featuring a dial on each side. The puzzle turns like a 2x2, and dials can be turned independently and mixed up to make the puzzle even harder to solve.
This version features UV printed numbers on the center dial pieces, adding an extra layer of difficulty.
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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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The solve of this puzzle is very interesting. The rotating centers on the 2x2 faces really are the star of the show. They solve sort of like 5x5 centers, sort of like a square-1. The final layer can be tricky!
The puzzle turns well enough, but the corner cutting is essentially non-existent. The rotating centers must all be perfectly aligned with the 2x2 cuts in order to make a turn, and this can lead to some frustrating catches when executing algorithms. Once you're used to aligning all those small pieces, though, the solves are a hoot!
It is really good. You have to make sure all the dials are aligned otherwise it will not turn. It won't pop, it just won't turn. It's a fun puzzle, takes around 15-30 minutes to solve, The turning is better than a rubik's brand, but not quite as good as modern budget cubes.
Generally a fun puzzle but not a lot more challenging than a 2x2. I do like putting the numbers in order, that enjoyable making order out of chaos, but it gets old. The only challenge is the final wheel or two. This particular puzzle seems a bit loose, a tad cheap in construction.
This is a fantastic puzzle. It is easier than it looks, especially to those who aren’t cubers. That said, take your time turning it. There are lots of ways the puzzle can bandage. Great price too.
Great puzzle, fun solve! My only complaint is that the corner cutting is worse than a Rubik's brand 3x3.
I've loved wheels of time and time machine cubes for a long time, and I'm incredibly thankful for a budget option to the other version. This cube turns well, its sandy and the wheels turn a bit loose but have light notched to keep during a solve but they will fall out sometimes, but it's not a big deal. It is a fun solve! Not too difficult either. Would recommend!
This is a very fun and relatively simple puzzle to solve. The turning quality is good with a slightly loose and sandy feel so long as everything is line up. The puzzle popped on my first solve, but it was easy to reassemble. Popping is easily avoided by slowing down and making sure everything is lines up properly rather than forcing the puzzle. If you can solve a 2x2 and 4x4 you can learn this easily. The final face introduces the concept of three cycles which is fun and can even end with parity. Interestingly I’ve found about four relatively simple methods to solve the parity error, so that adds some interest as well. This is probably one of my favorite non-wca in my collection right now!
As long as you are lined up properly this puzzle moves well considering how many moving pieces there are. I've been eye balling the more expensive version for years but never bought it. It is nice having a more affordable option to learn how to solve this puzzle.