While many of you might not be able to solve the standard 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube, some folks out there obviously think that it, along with the other 5x5x5, 6x6x6, and 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cubes are too easy, and that is probably why we have a 17x17x17 version here. This puzzle was created using 3D printing technology and the cube was assembled from 1539 individually dyed pieces, giving you a 5.5-inch cube. The design has already been turned into a digital format, so if you want, you’ll be able to print one for yourself, though it’s estimated to cost about two grand. To be honest, unless we can peel off the stickers, we probably wouldn’t buy one of these, but we’re sure you’re up to the challenge.
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