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An Original Since 1976


Uwe Meffert started designing rotational puzzles in 1976 with the invention of the Pyraminx.  Since then, he has created over 100 styles of rotational puzzles that are distributed worldwide.  Uwe is a leading designer in the puzzle community and delights in finding intriguing new ways to puzzle his fans.



Gear Ball

Although the interconnecting gears provide visual complexity, this puzzle is easier to solve than the classic cube puzzle.



A brain teaser that pre-dates the classic cube puzzle, the Pyraminx is a staple in every puzzle enthusiast's collection.



Twist the puzzle so that each of the nine colors appear on all sides, like a 3-dimensional Sudoku puzzle.

Difficulty: 4.5/5


Skewb ultimate

The asymmetrical shapes give this dodecahedron twisty puzzle an added layer of complexity.


Morph's Egg

Spin the egg on any axis to scramble its shape then morph it back into an egg shape.  Great for a timid puzzle solver.

Difficulty: 4/5


Checker cube

This puzzle functions like a standard 4x4 twisty puzzle cube with the notable exception that instead of each side having a different color, this puzzle is solved when all of the squares are alternating black and white like a checker board.

Difficulty: 4.5/5


Pocket Cube

This unique twisty puzzle starts as a cube with one of its corner pieces filled with 7 smaller cubes of different colors. Turning at an interesting half-step angle, the Pocket Cube is both a shape manipulation and color manipulation puzzle at the same time - truly an unprecedented attribute among twisty puzzles!


Ghost Cube

The goal of this puzzle is easy to understand - form into the shape of a cube - but the uniform color of the panels make it deceivingly difficult to solve.  The seemingly arbitrary directions in which the puzzle turns makes this a challenge even for expert twisty puzzle enthusiasts.

XXL Gear Cube

Twist the puzzle along three different directions to jumble the colors of the cube. To solve, twist the cube until all of the edges line up to make a cube, and each face is one solid color. This colorful twisty puzzle is easier than a standard 3x3 cube puzzle and measures a whopping 6” on each side.

Difficulty: 4.5/5


pyraminx duo

This puzzle is ideal for both novices and the younger puzzler (ages 5 and up), with four colors and four sides. Solving this puzzle is always just a few moves away, but the challenge is to find the solution in just four twists.

Difficulty: 1/5


Meffert’s Mini Puzzle Keychains

Scaled-down versions of the top-selling puzzles from the Meffert’s line.


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