The WitEden 3x3x9 II is an impressive-looking puzzle with 9 smooth turning layers on one side of the puzzle. This version features center pieces that have been split into three parts.
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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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Estoy muy contento con este cubo, funciona de maravilla y la solución es bastante interesante. Lo recomiendo en la versión base negra, también compre uno stickerless pero me gustó más el negro. Que lo disfruten.
One of the previous comments said 'Good cube, not super fun' and I can see why. Most of the solution is layer by layer which for 9 layers can get tedious. However all that said there is a bit of everything in this one except shape-shifting. You have to solve as for a 3x3 first else you will get stuck with bandaging, this including two 'supercube' centres, then from that point you use cuboid algos to get the remaining layers correct - there is also a chance of 'parity' (or as SuperAntonioVivaldi calls then - floppy paritys - not quite true parity and easily solvable without having to resort to long algos). I can see why they did 9 layers as it keeps the whole thing cubic in shape. I enjoy doing this even if for the repetitive solve method towards the end. Also I'd recommend this over the 'version I' which is the same but without the two supercube centre solves to do. It turns well, has never ever popped.
This was my first cubiod. Everything turns great and the stickers are fine. They aren't going to fall off. No worries of it popping. I took off a star just because solving it is not as interesting as normal NxNxN cubes. It is the same 3-4 moves over and over and over until it is finished. Maybe there are more advanced methods. Great quality though.
IMO, it would be unfair to compare this to a pro cube, but this turns very well out of the box.
With all these tiny pieces, I had been expecting to have to put up with stiff turning and alignment issues but this cube just cooperates amazingly well.
The divided-up yellow and white centers are a clever way to add a little variety to an otherwise fairly standard cuboid solve. Would highly recommend!
The quality of this puzzle was very good. It was also an interesting challenge to learn to solve. Good puzzle to pick up if you want something unique in your collection.
The thin layers are slightly difficult to grab and turn independently, and the empty uncapped pieces give it a rattly sound. Other than that, this puzzle is amazing. When turning like a 3x3 it turns great. The thin layers align easily, and it even has minimal corner cutting. Probably not great for speedcubing, but an excellent challenge for those who are bored with the NxNxN format. Highly recommended.
This is an amazing puzzle and I highly recommend it. Out of the box it turns great. The other centers being split is a cool idea and takes a couple more steps to solve once you figure it out. The only problem I had is that tuning between the 2nd and 3rd as well as the 7th and 8th layers have an odd clicking mechanism. It is not really a clicking mechanism but it takes more force to turn them. I don't notice it during solves but it is definitely there. Also if you are wondering there are caps.
Great cube, incredible internal mechanism. Designers are geniuses. Lots of fun to solve, but hard to find a good solution guide. I highly recommend it to experienced cubers out there