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Amazon Price: $8.99 (as of June 24, 2017 2:43 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Material
-Using the original ABS material:non-poisonous material,solid pvc stickers(never drop down,if no very strong power)
the color will never fade.Pass all kinds of authoritative certifications,very Environmental and friendly!

Never POP Design
-Angle blocks' splicing technology and groove & edge clamp design can ensure the tightness of the cube while cornering.
-New PA Plastic center axis is more durable, lubricated and could be used longer.

Properly lubricated
-Each cube is pre-lubricated and adjusted by the manufacturer. (Attention:Some cubes may have a little lubricant above for
lubricating, please wipe it up and be assured that it's harmless to people.)
–If the cube doesn't fit your style, just open the top piece and adjust it.(tighter or looser)

Specifications
Type: 4-side pyramid cube(3x3x3)
Material: ABS plastic
Background color:black
Edge length: approx. 9.8cm/3.8 inches
Weight: approx. 116g.

Package includes
Window Carton Packing
1 x World Pyraminx Cube
1 x Manual guide

Customer Reviews

10/10 would buy again.

11 people found this helpful.
 on October 22, 2016
By Anonymouse
I was confused that it came in a cubic box. How could that be? Turns out if you lift this puzzle so it’s balanced on an edge it’ll fit into a cubic box roughly the same size as an ordinary Rubik’s cube. I never would have believed it but volumes can be tricky to visualize. Anyway, my first impression of the actual puzzle was that I could see through it. The hole in the middle of each face was large enough for me to see around the central mechanism and through the other side, almost like it was a void Pyraminx (which, curiously, doesn’t seem to exist). It also felt loose. Sometimes when just starting a turn I’d nudge an edge piece and it would wobble about, barely hanging on. I didn’t try to pull it apart though. It’s held up through a few weeks of ordinary use so I’d say it’s tight enough for practical purposes. Interestingly, the edge pieces have small ball bearings that act as detents when they fit into corresponding holes on other faces. This is what makes the puzzle snap into alignment. Pretty nifty! All in all, I’m pleased.

Good Product

7 people found this helpful.
 on December 14, 2016
By JustCharley
Purchased this as a gift for my nearly 10-year-old son. We gave it to him as a pleasant distraction to ease the time while he was waiting to go in to surgery. He was thrilled, and it did the job. Now that he is post-op he has solved one side and continues to work with it in bed. The pyramid glides very easily and works well. He already had this company’s speed cube and has been very happy with it.

Customer favorite.

5 people found this helpful.
 on May 26, 2016
By Amazon Customer
The Cube was a huge success with my son and he loves it.

Fun twist on classic puzzle

 on March 8, 2017
By Toco25
Moves as smoothly as a Rubik’s cube, good quality and fun even after playing around with it for several hours. The pyramid is less symmetric if you’re looking to set creative patterns, i.e. no radioactive triangle sign due to the corners being fixed 3 colors-still able to rotate on their own but more like the fixed center square on the 3×3 cube with extra 2 sides. This puzzle is definitely one to add for the collection!

Excellent extenstion of Rubik’s Cube

One person found this helpful.
 on March 27, 2017
By Steven Howard
Excellent extension concept of the Rubik’s cube. Well made and sturdy. Lots of variations and designs possible. Has kept my daughter happily occupied for hours!

It feels great and turns smoothly

 on May 19, 2017
By Mike M.
I want to make it clear that my rating is in regard to the craftsmanship of the “cube” itself. It feels great and turns smoothly. It’s not as difficult to learn as a 3x3x3, but does have its own slight learning curve due to its shape. That said, still lots of fun!

Pyraminx Pyramid – very well made and hours of fun!

 on March 23, 2017
By Shelly
This was a perfect choice for my son – he loves his new Pyraminx Pyramid. I even played with it awhile and was impressed at how well it was made and how easily the parts turned as you were manipulating the cube. I’ve had other puzzle cubes in the past that get “stuck” a little as you are trying to move the parts back and forth and it is very frustrating. We’ve been playing with this one for hours already and it has been flawless. Thanks, Dreampark!

5 stars

3 people found this helpful.
 on October 15, 2016
By Eric Egland
It is Awesome it turns smoothly the colors are cool but it is a bit to easy to solve

Five Stars

One person found this helpful.
 on March 18, 2017
By Laura
Bday gift for grandson, he was very excited.

Awesome product.

11 people found this helpful.
 on July 5, 2016
By Kent Nebergall
I got this for my seven year old son and he loves it. He solved it in a week, and has several times since. It takes the basic rules of a Rubiks cube and does a slight twist on it. Fewer sides, but counter-intuitive for people who think in cubes. Since most architecture, furniture, and so on use a rectangular form factor, this gets you out of your comfort zone. Brilliant puzzle toy. Very smooth construction and solid – the two year old has not damaged it yet. Might as well be granite to survive that.

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