The Magic Clock Puzzle is a two-sided mechanical puzzle in which the solver must manipulate the four wheels and four buttons (or pins) to simultaneously set all 9 clock faces to the 12 o'clock position on both sides.
- LingAo Magic Clock Puzzle
- LingAo pamphlet
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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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It was really stiff and dry, so I tried to pry open the case, but the clock just broke in half (not the case, the clock).
This is a very stiff puzzle, and I actually have to flex my muscles for the little handle parts. The pins are very stiff in the beginning, then they were super uncontrollable and now I just have to shake it and a pin will move up a down which is not good for speed solving and this puzzle doesn’t even seem it will be speedsolvable anyway. At least it still works, if it didn’t, a very 1 star puzzle. I lubed it, and it fine. Once you set it up, it’s actually pretty good.
EVERYTHING IS SOOOO STIFF! DO NOT BUY. STAY AWAY. WASTE OF MONEY.
its a very good idea not to buy this. Whenever a turn a clock and push the pin back down it just spring back to where it started before. I almost forgot to mention you have to use your whole body to turn the gears. If you try to take it apart it will probably break. btw you can't break it in bc its a CLOCK.
I love this thing! With magnets and lube this is insane! It is the only clock I have, but I definitely recommend if you are willing to spend the extra money for magnets and the time to lube it (I used wt. 5) 5/5 amazing!
Ignore all of the negative comments that these people give, as they have not modded their clocks. You have to crack open the casing, lube, tension, take off flash, cut springs, and magnetize the clock, which I have done. The dials are now effortless to turn, and the pins snap in place, without falling down. This clock has no resemblance to what it was out of the box, and it never catches. My only minor problem is that the pins misalign and get stuck, so I have to twist them back. This is extremely rare, and I definitely recommend this, but if you don’t want to put the work in, get the Ångström clock.
The clock when you first get it is stiff and the pins came stuck, but after about 10 solves the clock pins become too loose and fall randomly during solves. Also the faces turn randomly which has led to many DNFs in practice. Overall, don’t buy this unless you can set one up.
The clock is decent but i have some problems. 1. The clocks randomly turn. 2. The pins are stiff and sometimes they won't push down. 3. On one side of the clock it had scratch marks. Overall I think this clock is ok but it need better quality control
At first I thought that the clocks would pretty decent but I was DEAD WRONG....the clocks kept randomly turning out of nowhere and the pins kept getting stuck to the point where I had to literally bang it against my desk in order for the pins to move and whenever I did that...again with the clocks started moving on their own and so just decided to not touch it anymore and leave it alone...SO WHATEVER YOU DOO.......DONT GET THIS PUZZLE..IT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!
the Cubicle should make a magnetic version of this