|Product Dimensions||10 x 10 x 10 cm; 82 Grams|
|Manufacturer recommended age||6 months - 3 years|
|Item model number||9642|
|Number of Game Players||1|
|Number of pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
Rubik's Cube 2x2 from Ideal
|Number of pieces||1|
|Age range (description)||Children|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||10 x 10 x 10 centimetres|
|Unit count||24 1|
About this item
- Sonic plastic coloured tiles
- Distinct turning and twisting action
- No colour labels means no cheating
- Smoother and faster mechanical designs
keep away from naked flame
What's in the box?
From the manufacturer
Rubik's Cube 2x2
The 2x2 Rubik’s Cube (also known as the pocket or mini cube) consists of 8 corner cubies and operates in much the same way as its bigger brother – the Rubik’s Cube. It has a new mechanism that results in a smoother, faster and more reliable Rubik’s Cube. It might look easy but don’t be fooled – it is still a challenge.As it is smaller than the traditional Rubik’s cube it can be more easily slipped into a pocket or bag, making it the perfect item to take on a bus, train or airplane. It also makes a great present for younger puzzle enthusiasts who might not be ready for a fully-fledged 3x3 Rubik’s Cube. The Rubik’s 2x2 Cube has 3,674,160 permutations and only one solution! Due to the new smoother movement, the 2x2 cube cannot be taken apart and hence we cannot replace any cubes that are broken as a result of attempted dis-assembly. No Hint Booklet or Stand included.
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Naturally one won't be breaking any speed cube records with this little thing. But if you're slow like me, it's not really an issue.
If you want something to fidget with, or pass the time while on work calls, the this is a ok purchase.
The only negative point is that it's not smooth enough for breaking records.
It's a solid cube, but there are others I have purchased that are not Rubik's that are a lot quicker and smoother.
I'd still recommend it though, as the one I have is still in one piece, which is saying a lot because my 9yo son uses it and he's always trying to break records with it.