Quarter Cube ( Latch Cube II )
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|Object||Mix it up and put back to start|
|Difficulty||Level 10 - Mind Boggling|
|Type||Other Rotational Puzzles|
|Dimensions||2.17 in x 2.17 in x 2.17 in / 5.5 cm x 5.5 cm x 5.5 cm|
Warning! This is one of the hardest of the rotational puzzles.
This may look like a regular 3x3x3 cube but its not. You will notice that the edges only turn clockwise and anti-clockwise back to their original positions. Which makes it even tougher to solve as you will have to rearrange the pieces according to how the sides move. A very well made cube.
Designed by Katsuhiko Okamoto San
Official Quarter Cube ( Latch Cube II ) from Japan (in a plastic box)
The Quarter cube is a 3x3x3 cube in which each face can only have 2 states.
It’s a simple idea and built with simple structure. That’s all.
All faces can only turn clockwise one turn. The only other place each face can turn is anti-clockwise back to its original position.
The Quarter Cube (Latch Cube II) is made from a hard black plastic. The idea of this puzzle is to scramble all 6 faces
and then return it so that there is only one color on each side. Although this cube looks like a normal 3x3x3, it is
actually much harder as each face can only turn clockwise 90° and then back 90°, significantly limiting your ability
to move things around. The Quarter Cube is manufactured by Chronos Co., and was designed by Katsuhiko
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Good puzzle, but slightly overpriced. This is exactly the same as the Constrained Cube 90, which is cheaper. This puzzle is a little bit easier than the original Latch Cube, but still a very fun solve.