V-Cube 7 Supercube

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The normal 3 by 3 by 3 cube that nearly everyone has solved has a mere 43 quintillion possible permutations to it. With so many possible combinations of colors and edges, you’d think it was next to impossible to solve this little Hungarian toy, but speed cubers can do it in seconds… blindfolded…with their feet…
So, maybe you’ve solved the cube, but are you prepared to throw what little brain-matter you have left in your noggin for something so mind-boggingly difficult – so earth-shatteringly complex, with more possible permutations than there are atoms in the universe? The number of permutations, by the way, is 19.5 duoquinquagintillion, give or take a sexvigintillion or two. That’s 1.95 x 10160. That’s a whole lot of permutations.
That little popping sound? That was your brain winking out and going to Bermuda. Sorry. Hope you weren’t using that.

I do not want one of these.
Found on ThinkGeek.com

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