7506Re: Rubik's Studio Speed Cube?
- Nov 5, 2003A couple years ago i struggled and bounced from cube to cube trying
to find the best for speedcubing. I used a wonderful puzzler cube
for the longest time and it was way to loose so that kind of started
the search. I still think the Rubiks.com cubes are very good for
speedcubing. They do require the most work to make a decent
speedcube out of. Breaking in one of those takes a while but when
it is all nice and smooth, ahhhhhhhhhh. The studio cubes are
excellent for speedcubing as well, but they seem too soft or
something. I dunno maybe i'm just to used to other cubes. I do
like the idea of a DIY speedcube kit from rubiks.com, but half of
the fun is breaking in the cube. No two speedcubes are the same!
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