The ShengShou Magnetic Clock is a new clock made by popular puzzle manufacturer ShengShou. The first stock magnetic clock on the market, the ShengShou Magnetic Clock features magnetized pins encased in a classic-shaped clock shell.
Aka: sengso clock, ss clock
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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’s a great clock for the price I recommend. It is a little bit stiff out of the box but just lube it and break it in the you get an all around good clock.
Why get this if there’s a better clock out there (Qiyi.) this doesn’t look as good as the other, and obviously performance and upkeep is terrible compared to the other. Honestly spending 10 dollars wasn’t worth it, and I bought the Qiyi clock anyway and it was a dream. So easy and so enjoyable to use. Do yourself a favor and dnt get this one lol
It pretty good a little slow but good definitely good for a beginner would recommend
It has it's issues (buttons stick occasionally, etc), but if you're just looking to own each WCA puzzle and understand how clock works, good buy without forking over 30$+.
this cube is quite a bit better than the lingao right out of the box the pins are incredible. The dials are not so good out of the box, they are very stiff and hard to move and hurts your fingers, if you take apart the clock and put it back together (without lubing) it gets alot better but not insane
This clock is good for a beginner but the pins lock up so bad that I have to stop my solve just to pry it against something just for the pin to move
Lower price and easier to setup than the LingAo because it has screws.
Out of the box: One of the clocks was detached. Impossible to turn but got better after setup. Eight of the clocks had blue hands while the one on the corner had a black hand. Unfortunately, I can't switch corner clocks with the center since the corners have different mechanisms than the other five.
If you are serious about this event and can afford it, get the QiYi Magnetic Clock instead which I've seen go on sale for $26.99
I bought this as my first clock, knowing next to nothing about the event or even the current choices of puzzles. This clock out of the box is very difficult to turn and has alignment issues. If a knob is off at all you will have issues with the buttons. That being said, if you set the puzzle up it improves drastically. Kit Clement and others have very good tutorials on YouTube for how they set theirs up, so I recommend checking one of those out if you aren’t sure how to do it. So I give this guy a 3/5 because of how bad it is out of the box, but on the other hand once it’s set up it works great. Given the options, this is not a bad choice for a beginner especially if you don’t mind setting it up, but there are definitely better options out there.
This is my first clock, and I absolutley love it! Out of the box, the turning is very stiff, but after applying some lubicle speedy, it became much more enjoyable to turn. The set up is very easy and at $10, I think it's very worth it!
OOTB, the shengshou magnetic clock is pretty terrible. The pins are really good, but the dials are incredibly slow and take a lot of force to turn. After taking it a part, lubing it, and loosening the tensions, it became so much better. After set up, the only complaint I have is that you have to be really accurate. I would like for there to be premium versions of this puzzle that come set up, but the qiyi clock is coming out soon which will be much better. Overall, I would recommend this clock if you are on a budget and since it is magnetic, but spending 20 more dollars for the qiyi might be a better choice for some people.