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Rubik’s Cube Chest of Drawers is Way Too Easy to Solve

by Paul Strauss

It’s funny that in this wide world of geekery that this actually isn’t the first Rubik’s Cube chest of drawers I’ve seen. In fact, it’s not even the first one we’ve featured on Technabob. However, this Rubik’s Cube chest of drawers is the first one that you can actually purchase. At least I think so.


This 2-foot-cubic set of drawers was created by engineer/carpenter Scott Blackwell of WoodCurve, and looks just like a giant version of the iconic 1980s puzzle. You can even rotate the drawers on one of the axes, which might make digging around for your socks in the dark a bit of a challenge if someone left any side other than the orange one facing out.


You can get your own Rubik’s Cube chest of drawers for $595(USD) over on Etsy. I’m still waiting for a version that works on both axes before I buy one for myself.


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