QJ 3x3x1 Super Floppy cube
QJ Super floppy cube
The Super Floppy Cube from QJ is a great little puzzle combining the movement of a regular 3x3x1 puzzle with shapeshifting properties to add another dimension.
Posted by Ali Macey on 8th Mar 2018
Very fun and surprising difficulty at first. Had fun confusing friends with it
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2018
My son wanted this and has mastered it and loves showing people
Posted by Phil Kenny on 6th Aug 2017
It's not just novelty value available here. The shapeshifting stops the solution from being too trivial and enables you to be a bit creative too, if the mood takes you. It's a wee bit delicate and maybe the stickers aren't the highest quality ever but all in all an oddly satisfying little nugget. And add in the prompt dispatch from The Puzzle Store UK
A great bit of fun for beginners
Posted by Andy Chadwick on 24th Feb 2017
Very easy to solve if you can solve, even for first timers. If you're a cuber, you have to have one in your collection.
Fun for all
Posted by Jack Price on 26th Nov 2016
Great fun even if you're a speed cuber or not, its fun to give to non cuber friends and watch them try to figure it out, greatly recommend this
Very fun puzzle and good quality for the price
Posted by Angus Fraser on 26th Oct 2016
This puzzle is a fun little exercise for both experienced cubers and newcomers although it is a very easy puzzle to solve. The turning quality is very good for the price, but it has very little tolerance for misalignment. It has no stickers on the inside like other 1x3x3s, but they don't really add any complexity to a puzzle and are mostly there for aesthetic reasons, and will often begin to rub off because of the constant friction with other pieces. I think it was a good decision for them to be left out.
Great cube for kids or non-cubers
Posted by Unknown on 7th Sep 2016
This cube can be solved just as a regular floppy cube, or it can be shape-shifted which adds a bit of complexity. It has no stickers on the inside like with other 3x3x1 floppies, but it's interesting to give someone the puzzle for the first time and see their confusion on why there are black squares instead of stickered ones. Would highly recommend.