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.
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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THIS CUBE IS HORRIBLE, don't get it! I recommend the Qiyi There is no better clock. The pegs get stuck and then you have to smash the pegs back in. Summary: HORRIBLE CUBE DON'T BUY IT!!!!
Very hard to push pegs dow and turn the wheels
The puzzle was good, but it locks up every few turns, and the pins get stuck between up and down. It was given to me as a gift, and is my only clock. For a beginner, I would recommend the Shengshou. The qiyi is good for Pro's.
I wanted a rubik's clock since I first learned about it, and I decided to get this one. The turning was horrible out of the box, the pins lock up every time you make a turn when its not fully aligned, and it is really stiff. I tried modding it by lubing it (but since I was inexperienced with clock at the time) I broke the plastic shell. Honestly, if you are going to get a clock, please get the qiyi one it's expensive but it's the only actual good one.
I bought this because it looked fun. But when I opened it I was very angry. It turns horrible and when you turn it the spring gets caught and it will not move at all. I realy recommend a different one because this one is trash.
I used a LingAo for a while, and it was always super jammy and took a ton of effort to turn. I could regularly count on this puzzle to break off my longer fingernails from the effort it took to turn the dials. I averaged around 20 seconds. Recently I got the QiYi clock and got a PB on my first solve. I average 13 now.
This product has three and a half stars on these reviews- that might have made sense before, but now that we have choices, anything more than one star is too much.
Look at the SengSo if you're really strapped for cash or just looking for a starter clock; if you want to take the event seriously, get a QiYi.
This is horrible. I only have this type of clock at home, and this product is why I do not do clock. Clock as an event isn't bad, it's just this product that makes it bad imo. The pins either lock up or fall down, messing up my solve. The clocks on this product will sometimes rewind several hours, making my solve way longer than it has to be. Sadly, I don't have the time to set it up, and I don't want to buy magnets for something I will inevitably let sit in my cubing bag for months at a time. TL:DR, Buy the QiYi magnetic clock.
I got this clock and already had a way to set it up, but I wanted to see if it was as bad OOTB as everyone was saying and HOLY COW it was so bad. However, now that I have magnetized it (the pins), scraped out excess plastic from the molding, and lubed it, it feels completely different from before. I got the magnets from Josh, who runs the Corner Cutter Podcast (he has a site, check it out), and he also has made 2 great videos that I followed to set up my clock. Only buy this if you are willing to set it up correctly.
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.