I got my V-Cube 7 Yesterday!

It’s basically a 7x7x7 Rubik’s cube, but they can’t call it that, so it’s called a V-Cube, since the inventor’s last name is Verdes.

I only ordered it six days ago, but I didn’t expect to get it so soon.

I’m suprised how smoothly it turns considering how many parts it’s made of and how small each cubie is. I kind of like the rattling noise it makes when I twist it.

Here’s a prototype in action:

I didn’t try scrambling it up yet and trying to solve it yet. I’m still trying to get around to getting comfortable with solving my 5x5x5. :stuck_out_tongue: