The problem with the Rubik’s Cube Perpetual Calendar is that by the time you “solve” it and get the date set, it will probably be nearly time to set it again. The calendar is pretty cool to look at, with the retro-style fonts and Rubik’s good looks but it does actually properly function as a calendar if you’re smart enough to move the pieces around. Or you could wake up every morning and take the ol’ screwdriver to it. Unfortunately, it looks to be sold out, but I bet you could make your own version really easily with a cube and some stickers.
etsy (sold out!) via geeksugar
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