Timur Royal Pyraminx
The Timur Royal Pyraminx is a 6-layered pyraminx manufactured by Calvin's Puzzle and designed by Timur Evbatyrov, who also designed the Master Pyraminx and Professor Pyraminx. The puzzle features high-quality vinyl stickers and it turns reasonably well right out of the box.
Please note that this puzzle will be packaged in a cardboard box.
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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 sticker quality isn't subpar. One was totally missing, I emailed them about it and still waiting to get the replacement it is going on a month that I have been waiting. I haven't scrambled it totally yet but the turns I have done it seems catch some but is expected for a big cube.
The turning is fair but not good. It is mushy and subject to deformation as central pieces slip in relation to each other. Just keep things lined up and and pressed together; no more problems. The solve is fun but difficult. The one colored pieces in the center are the hardest and should be done last. You must see the hexagon in the middle and solve the hexagon before you can complete the triangle! Everything from here on is about the hexagon!! Once you get all the hexagons, the tips of the triangles are a snap.
Even if you can solve the order-3 and order-4, this intricate puzzle will still provide worthy challenges.
IT isa little catch but other wise fun
Two words: great puzzle
Due to its large number of pieces, turning is not great but that is to expected. Would recommend if you’re familiar with how to handle cubes that are tedious to move.
Ok, so I got this puzzle and I did not expect much out of it, but wanted to finish off my pyraminx collection. So the first thing that I noticed about this puzzle is it was not as big as I thought that it would be. It is only about as tall as a standard 7x7 cube is.
Challenging solve that adds more dimension to the master Pyraminx solve by adding another layer (especially with center-building and edge-parity)!! A little pricey for how much I intend to solve it, but a collectors must-have. Turning is ok with just a few center pieces popping from mis-aligninment. Overall, glad I purchased this item.
Without any setting up, it is decent. The only downsides to this puzzle are that the stickers fall off easily, and that the center and small edge pieces will occasionally pop, and the center edges will move way out of place sometimes. Overall, it is a great addition to any collection, but it could use some work.
this is a needed message. remember the more layers on a puzzle there are, the more unstable the puzzle will be. the turning will not be that good, neither will the cornercutting, and you should expect pops. this is all due to how many layers this puzzle has.