Legetøj, RUBUKS CLOCK (matchbox 1988)
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Kultlegetøjet produceret af Matchbox i 1988.
The Rubik's Clock Mechanical Puzzle
The Rubik’s Clock is a puzzle invented and patented in the 1980’s. The patent was purchased by Erno Rubik and marketed in 1988. It is arguably one of the simplest puzzles that is currently speedsolved in official WCA competitions and there has been quite a lot of discussion surrounding its future as an official event due to being completely different from all other twisty puzzle events currently hosted.
The World Record single is currently held by Nathaniel Berg at 3.73 seconds, and the World Record average is currently held by Evan Liu at 5.94 seconds. (2016)
The first step is to hold the solved clock with all clocks facing up (it doesn’t matter which side you start on). Next, you look at the first scramble move, UL3-. This means that you push every pin down and push up only the upper-left pin. Then you use the + (clockwise) or – (anticlockwise) symbol to determine which direction you move the gear in. You must move the gear nearest to the pin that is pushed out (if there is more than one pin facing out, you need to use either of the gears nearest to those pins). In this case, you move the upper-left gear 3 “hours” anticlockwise.
The next move is U4-. If there is only one letter, then you push up both pins on that side of the puzzle, leaving the other two on the opposite end down. Therefore, with U this means that the two upper pins should be pushed out and the two bottom pins should not. And, same as above, the number and symbol indicate the number of “hours” and in which direction you should move the gear.
A little further into the scramble you will see ALL3+ and then y2. These should be fairly explanatory, for ALL you simply push all pins up and use any clock to move 3 “hours” clockwise. The y2 then simply means rotate the puzzle so that you’re now looking at the back and the 12 o’ clock indicators are still pointing upward
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