Lanlan 3x3x2 cuboid 'Domino' puzzle
Lanlan 3x3x2 Cuboid (Domino) puzzle
Also known as the Domino, this 3x3x2 cuboid by Lanlan is a great way to start out on the road of cuboid twisty puzzles, a favourite of many experienced puzzlers.
This puzzles does not shapeshift.
The puzzle can make 90 degree turns on the 3x3 faces, but only 180 degree turns are possible on the 3x2 faces, which means an entirely new solving strategy is needed, when compared to the standard cubic puzzles.
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lan lan 3x3x2 is it good?
Posted by cameron phillips on 11th Mar 2019
In my opinion the 3x3x2 is a fun puzzle to learn and interesting to learn algorithms it was a lot of fun and it’s a great cube to fidget with i enjoyed it a lot
now let’s talk turning,
overall the turning for this cube is really good and really worth its price the turning is a lot better than it looks from the picture trust me.
the sticker shades are a nice combination too no problems with that.
Very nice beginner cuboid
Posted by Jan Krag on 21st Apr 2018
Great well working cube. Turns very well and smooth. Not quite speed cube level, but didn't expect that anyway. Stickers seem good quality but with some bubbles on a few cubies.
Posted by John McLaurin on 10th Jan 2018
Great intro to cuboids, please can you stock more of the cuboid type puzzles. I've tried to buy more but none are in stock. eg witeden cuboids.
Posted by Bede Capstick on 2nd Aug 2016
This (along with 2 others in the same order) was one of my first cuboids. First impressions, not too great. really weird colour scheme (red opposite yellow, black opposite grey, and blue opposite mint, I know right, mint?) Anyway, my natural turning style is rough, so I use fast cubes with amazing corner cutting, but this cub(oid) locks up a lot. Oh, and doesn't corner cut. At all. However once I got used to it and learned how to solve it, it became a really cool puzzle, I really enjoy solving it and have adapted to it's style. I would recommend it.