The MoYu Axis Time Wheel is a shape mod of the popular 3x3 axis cube that introduces some features of the MoYu Wheel of Time. In addition to turning similar to a traditional axis cube, the Axis Time Wheel can also be freely rotated at the circular locations on each edge.
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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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I would consider myself to be a well-seasoned cuber and since this is just a mod of the original wheel of time I thought it would be easy. However, due to the way the sides are arranged, each piece is unique, has only one correct spot and only one correct orientation. I do not recommend this to beginner or intermediate cubers.
The cube's build quality is good, it turns well and has pretty good corner cutting. some of the pieces have corners that are rather sharp (not sharp enough to cut, just sharp enough to be annoying), but that is easily fixed with some sandpaper if it really bothers you that much.
A solve is not fun for the sole fact of not being able to turn the center wheels. I tried a syringe to lube the pieces in the core and it didn't help, it just is too difficult to turn those wheels. I love the idea of a time wheel shape mod, so I hope this doesn't discourage makers too much, but if they keep releasing cubes too difficult to turn well, thats just a shame. It is a very nice collection piece however, and is quite large (around a 6x6) and striking.
So I was suppose to get the cube on the 11th but there was an issue at the post office and didn’t receive it until the 24th. An unfortunate personal incident happened and I put it off for a few days but once I got a chance to scramble, it was very difficult to turn the little pieces and the puzzle itself. After solving it like an axis cube first it listened up a lot and was able to move the tiny pieces with ease. Overall, very good solve. Very lose but holds up and a great solve. Thank you again!!!
This is a great concept for a puzzle. Ive had the normal Wheel of Time for quite some time, and when I saw this I knew I had to get it. It is a rather simple solve. That means if you know how to solve a normal axis 3x3 cube and a 5x5 center, youre golden. The only thing that makes me not want to tackle this puzzle again is because it tests my patience. The centers are near impossible to turn. That makes it incredibly frustrating and extremely tedious. Its a real shame too, because its an awesome idea for a puzzle, but it just doesnt work well.
Center turning is near impossible at times, and hard on the fingernails. It's a cool idea and a nice-looking puzzle, but I can't see myself ever solving it a second time. Though, it looks nice solved on my shelf!
This is a pretty difficult puzzle. It took me several hours to solve my first time, partially due to the turning of the mini 3x3 wheels on each axis. It was a lot of fun to solve, but it's not something that I want to do again real soon, just because it was pretty difficult. Like I said, the wheels on each side are difficult to turn sometimes, but you can fix that by misaligning the face of the wheel you are trying to turn, and you should be able to turn the wheel okay. One other review said that some of the corners are kinda sharp, and I'd agree, but it's not bad enough to discourage a purchase or solve.
All in all, I recommend this cube, but only to upper-intermediate or advanced cubers. It's a very fun solve, but the wheels and sharp corners take it down to a four-star puzzle
Awesome puzzle for experienced cubers, it is a fun challenge. The only problem is that the circles are difficult to turn. (I did r U r U r U2 r and R u L u R u L u as perms to flip pieces)
This cube is challenging in the wrong way. Its hard to turn the wheels. It's almost close to impossible sometimes.
It's disappointing since it's a really cool cube, and one unlike anything else in my massive collection.
In many ways I love this puzzle. It presents a decent challenge and can be hard to wrap your head around. I would give it 5 stars except for the fact that the 3x3 disks/centers on the edges are very difficult to rotate, adding a lot of frustration to the solve.