3x3x5 IThe first fully functional 3x3x5.
3x3x5 IITony Fisher's version. Handbuilt from a 5x5x5.
3x3x5 OctahedronA variation of the 3x3x5 (by that time no mass produced puzzle!) inspired by Trajbers octahedron.
Bumpoid 3x3x5A cubic 3x3x5 truncated on two sides and extended on four sides.
Cubic 3x3x5A 3x3x5 in shape of a hexahedron. This allows some moves a true 3x3x5 cuboid would not allow.
Duo Axis CubeA cubic 3x3x5 moved into a pattern and modified back into cubic shape.
Emboss 3x3x5The concept of the emboss cube applied to a 3x3x5.
Hexis 3x3x5A cubic 3x3x5 transformed like a Hexis Cube.
L-CubeMade with the mechanism of a 3x3x5 but with one of the additional layers moved to the side.