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    Type (a) = best.

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    I think this question has already been answered in these forums (search first, then ask) but I'll answer the question anyway.

    DIY cubes from www.cube4you.com come in 3 different kinds
    Type a = best DIY Cube
    type b = Worst DIY cube, sometimes worse than store brand
    Type c= decent DIY Cube

    White, Green, and Transparent DIY cubes turn the best....

    Assembly cube I don't know.. it says it's the classic rubik's cube? Isn't that studio? I don't know

    So not knowing what the assembly cube does, this cube is the best to buy.
    http://www.cube4you.com/260_White-DI...-Cube-(a).html
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    Thanks for your help everyone. Sorry I posted this in the wrong section .

    How much difference is there between black and white grade (a)? I prefer the look of the black cubes because they look like original rubik's cubes, and people can relate to those better.

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    white turns better imo.
    yes they look like normal rubiks cubes and people say recognition is easier but i got used to white so i see no difference with recognition
    people say the white plastic is better than black

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    don't buy from c4y.

    get a type d from 9spuzzles with an old type a core.

    and doesn't this belong in the hardware area?

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    so where should I buy a DIY cube ?

    I know a few sites who sell them : PuzzleProz, Rubik.com, cubes4you

    so which one should I choose ?

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    I've ordered the black DIY type A
    Rubik's is a type c DIY right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcwiz View Post
    Type c= decent DIY Cube
    I disagree, I love type Cs. It's more of a matter of personal preference I think.
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