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  • Josef Jelinek
    Hi, since I live in Prague, I can give you some information. It is true, that Czech variation of Square-1 Cube 21 (which is in fact original - Square-1 is a
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      since I live in Prague, I can give you some information.
      It is true, that Czech variation of Square-1 Cube 21
      (which is in fact original - Square-1 is a copy :))
      is freely available in many shops here.

      However, recently the production of Cube 21 went to China
      and these new series are horrible, so be careful.
      The original series seems finished this year and they are
      really good (good plastic, shape, stickers) but the stock
      is limited.
      I do not sell them, but I know some people that have
      knowledge where to get what type...
      So If anyone is about to visit Prague and want to buy
      Cube 21 here, email me and I can ask for info about it...
      Cube 21 are well compatible with silicone oil in general...

      Best regards.


      > If I'm ever in Prague, I shall email you for the details of that
      > store!
      > The problem with my Square-1 is not really the stickers, I think
      > cube just came from a bad batch or something. I siliconed it, but
      > this just made things worse. I had lost my good silicone and the
      > replacement brand I bought was crappy. Oh well. Maybe I shall just
      > have to visit Prague and stock up on Square-1s!! :)
      > Jasmine
      > http://speedcuber.blogspot.com
      > --- In speedsolvingrubikscube@yahoogroups.com, "Stefan Pochmann"
      > <pochmann@g...> wrote:
      > > Hi Jasmine,
      > >
      > > you could try to get some here:
      > > http://hlavolamy.gumruch.cz/europe.php
      > > (I found this page a while ago and I believe Ton also linked to
      > it).
      > > You could also visit Prague ;-) I easily found it in a store and
      > on
      > > markets.
      > >
      > > They do have a design (?) flaw, though. There's a screw, a
      > and
      > > a washer in it. Problem is, the washer is between the spring and
      > the
      > > screw head, not (like I think it should be) on the other end of
      > the
      > > spring, protecting the plastic. I've seen this puzzle from a
      > friend
      > > and the spring had already eaten through the plastic and thus
      > big
      > > middle layer piece is loose, you can move it in and out almost a
      > > centimeter. Quite annoying. I disassembled both of mine and
      > this
      > > problem. In one of them, the spring was already halfway through
      > the
      > > plastic. Unfortunately, it's quite hard to disassemble...
      > >
      > > If you're mainly concerned about the stickers, maybe Adam Zamora
      > will
      > > be able to help, he recently bought a sticker machine and I'll
      > order a
      > > few from him and also ask him for Square-1 stickers (since I'd
      > like to
      > > have the same color scheme as for 3x3). See this thread on
      > > twistypuzzles.com:
      > > http://www.twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3118
      > >
      > > Cheers!
      > > Stefan
      > >
      > >
      > > --- In speedsolvingrubikscube@yahoogroups.com, jasmine_ellen
      > > <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > > > Hey Sunil, where did you get the Square-1s that appear on your
      > > > blogpage. My Square-1 is pretty crappy and I think your ones
      > look
      > > > like the type I'm after. Do you find them good to use?
      > > >
      > > > Jasmine
      > > > http://speedcuber.blogspot.com/
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