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The V-CUBE 7

A multi-colored, 7x7x7 smooth-rotation cube puzzle.

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The Rubik’s Cube has long been a way to work out your mental muscles. The V-CUBE 7 puts those muscles through a triathlon.

This super-sized spatial puzzle has seven rows instead of the traditional three for a brain-busting total of 218 colored cubes.

The cube’s innovative design makes turning the rows easy and smooth, but getting the cubes aligned by color is an awesomely difficult challenge.

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Features & specs

  • A 7 x 7 x 7 3D puzzle
  • 218 cubes covered in six different colors of stickers
  • Smoothly-rotating independent axes
  • Approx. dimensions: 3” x 3” x 3” (7.62 cm x 7.62 cm x 7.62 cm)
  • Weight: 11.29 oz (320 g)

A colored conundrum

Why do you need to try to solve something as unbelievably difficult as the V-CUBE 7? To paraphrase famed mountain climber George Mallory, you do it because it’s there… and for bragging rights.

This beefy brain buster is an intimidating spatial puzzle that will test both your problem-solving skills and persistence. Like a traditional puzzle cube, your goal is to align the tiles until all colors are on the same side. Once complete, display the cube on your desk as a trophy to your mental fortitude.

Clear your schedule; this is gonna take a while.

Rubik’s revenge

The ‘80s are back with a vengeance! Thankfully we’re not talking about side ponytails; we’re talking about a new version of the classic Rubik’s Cube that takes the brain teaser to a new level.

V-CUBE 7 is one of the hardest puzzles we’ve seen, boasting 294 colored tiles and roughly 19,501 sexvigintillion possible combinations. If you’ve never heard of a sexvigintillion, that’s because it’s too mind-numbingly large to wrap your head around. Trust us, you’ll have plenty of puzzle to puzzle over.

V-CUBE 7 has 19,501 sexvigintillion possible combinations
V-CUBE 7 has over eight times as many cubes as a Rubik’s Cube.

Turns on a dime

Solving the V-CUBE 7 is outstandingly difficult, but turning the rows is incredibly easy. The axes are designed to rotate smoothly so you can effortlessly try out different combinations. The easy-to-turn rows make V-CUBE 7 a fun fidget toy for your home, office, or home office. Who knows, maybe you’ll luck into solving it.

Smoothly rotating puzzle cube
If only solving it were this easy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Your site says that this thing has 218 cubes but 294 tiles. What’s the difference?

Answer: The V-CUBE 7’s tiles are the colored squares that you try to align by color on each side. The cubes are the plastic pieces which hold the colored stickers. Since the cubes on the edges have multiple stickers, there are more tiles than cubes.

Question: I’ve solved the V-CUBE 7 and now find that my life feels empty. Any tips?

Answer: Once you’ve conquered this mental challenge, check out some of our other Rubik-themed puzzles!

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