Interview with Revomaze Inventor Chris Pitt

Introduction

In this month’s blog, we delve deeper into why Revomaze creator Chris Pitt chose to upgrade the Revomaze core design from V1 to V3. Hopefully, we’ve addressed some of your most pressing concerns about the new V3 core design.

The Blue V3 is now available for purchase: https://www.revohq.co.uk/?product=v3-blue-beginner

It’s been a while since we’ve written a blog post, and we’ve been missing it. Now is the perfect time to do it! We chose to talk with Chris Pitt about why he decided to create a new design for the Revomaze core and why it works better for the designer and the user in today’s blog article, which is based on the new V3 core design.

What does ‘V3’ mean?

Chris Pitt, the Revomaze’s inventor, chatted with us. During this chat, he went over the new V3 mechanism in detail, as well as why the new design is better for both us (production) and the user. To begin with, the redesigned core design is more versatile, which is one of the V3’s strong suits. We can make the brass maze at HQ, which makes things a lot easier for us; we can make them in smaller batches, say 20, and they’ll be available the next day.

What is V3 made out of?

Brass and stainless steel make up the V3. The body is made of stainless steel, while the maze is made of brass. Because stainless steel is a costly material to use for both the body and the maze, we chose brass for the maze. Stainless steel is preferred because it does not tarnish, which is a major disadvantage of other materials that deteriorate over time if often used over time.

Why is stainless steel good?

All stainless steels have a strong corrosion resistance, which is ideal for our puzzles because the more you use the puzzle, the more you want it to look new, and wear can cause the puzzle to look weary and unpolished. Stainless steel is noted for its strength, flexibility, and resistance to corrosion, among other qualities.

Why did you make 20 special editions?

The first 20 Blue V3s are Special Editions due to the launching of something altogether new. The team has chosen to engrave ‘SE’ on the serial shaft as well as dramatically alter the certificates, which we have done solely for the V3 Blue’s, to make the first 20 unique. After the first 20 are sold, the design will remain the same: the V3 body will be stainless steel, and the maze will be brass. Our goal is to improve the user experience when solving Revomaze’s, which is why the team is always discussing new goals and proposals to improve our products.

Summary

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope it has answered some of your questions concerning the V3.


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