I mentioned that I used graphite to lubricate the cube, there is
however a small problem associated with this. The graphite doesn't
stay within the cube, and gets all over my fingertips. This is
lessening over time, though.
If anyone's interested I'm starting to get below a minute on a
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> Hi Ton, GameOfDeath2,
> I'm new here. PMFJI.
> Twenty years ago I got my average time down to about 27 seconds. I
> am just getting back into it, at the moment I'm down to about a minute
> to a minute and a half.
> Among the "not recommended" cubes on Ton's site (nice site by the
> way) is the Rubik's Deluxe which came out about 20 years ago. I must
> disagree with this. This cube was fast enough for the 27 second
> average, and what's more it's very durable as I still use it. I
> recently lubed it for the first time with graphite and it is faster,
> though I'm not back up to speed yet.
> I sent off for a Hessport cube with their silicone-based lube and
> it's pretty nice. If you can't buy these in England maybe you can do
> it through the internet.
> Does anyone have information about the new "Deluxe Edition" put out
> by Winning Moves company? Is this cube better than their regular cube?
> Is their regular cube good?
> Thanks in advance
> David J
> --- In speedsolvingrubikscube@y..., GameOfDeath2 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > --- In speedsolvingrubikscube@y..., turnthatcube <no_reply@y...>
> > wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > You can buy the Rubik's cube from The Rubik's Studio Hungary
> > online
> > > using paypal for $17.99 including shipment. This cube will make a
> > > great speedcube. Use the instructions on my site how to make a
> > > speedcube.
> > >
> > > http://members.lycos.nl/tdennenbroek/
> > >
> > > See bottom on my home page,
> > >
> > > Kind regards,
> > > Ton
> > The only new cubes I can get in England all fall into your "not
> > recommended" category, unfortunately.