I took the store off-line, as this type of puzzle needs a new way to be marketed,
and also the 2009 mass produced batches (for Cubedron and Cybedron) have all
been sold. I believe though, Sandy still has some copies to sell.
Later on, despite a few TV (and other) commercials made for the second attempt
(the Oginov Tumbler, which is available on ebay), we still had trouble explaining
to the kids how the pyramids are supposed to turn (they were just jiggling them!).
There have been many prototypes (some have never been shown), while the
plans of shooting some new future batch is in the works, but again, patience is
needed. It may take months, it may even take a couple of years, but when it
happens, all will know.
Specifically regarding the Aquadron and the Krystalledron, they both are too beautiful
and (with the current "know-how") very easy to design, while the first one moves
extremely elegantly. So yes, I plan to mass produce them at some point,
And Kevin, with all your experience, you should know that there are actually many
ways (more than one) to have water contained puzzles without problems. As an example,
my original 2009 (wow... that is five years!) Aquadron is right here beside me, as glorious
as ever, and of course, as robust as ever. Maybe you should even see one with... helium!
For the same reason, I am not based in Australia any more, but I reside on the beautiful
island of Kastellorizo, while I travel frequently to Asia for making those plans come true.
Many thanks for the kind words!