Thursday, December 5, 2019

World's Smallest Rubik's Cube Makes a Cool Stocking Stuffer

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

Every year I look for gifting ideas that are unique and different. I also like to find stuff for stockings that are different. This year, I have come across the cutest and most unique stocking stuffers at Super Impulse.

I was given the opportunity by Super Impulse to review the World’s Smallest Rubik’s Cube. My son is a huge Rubik’s Cube fan. He owns a couple of larger Rubik’s Cubes, which are top selling in the world.

This Rubik’s Cube is recommended for children who are eight years old and above. It is tiny, the world’s smallest size. This is a classic 3 - dimensional puzzle, with a solid color on each side. Mix the colors up. Play with this by twisting and turning the Rubik’s cube using different variations to return it to its original state. It is no different from the original Rubik’s Cube, it’s just small.

This is a high-quality toy. Don’t let the small size fool you. This is no gumball machine toy. It plays just like the original. We have no trouble twisting and turning. My son can keep this in his pocket or throw it in his bookbag. I think it is better than trying to carry the original larger one around.

This is a great idea for a stocking stuffer. It’s not costly and it is really cool.

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  1. This such a cute toy! I would love to get one for my niece for her stocking!

  2. This is a cool idea. I think my oldest nephew would really like it.

  3. This is a cute idea for a stocking stuffer or for an Easter basket as well. I could never solve a rubiks but my grandchildren are much better!