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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus1201 View Post
    One more question. Does the V Cube 7 get better just my using it. I am having i hard time turning it.
    Search function. Use it.
    Why you reading this bro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus1201 View Post
    One more question. Does the V Cube 7 get better just my using it. I am having i hard time turning it.
    Lube it up good. It will take some months to break it in, but it will get better in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewsopchak View Post
    Lube it up good. It will take some months to break it in, but it will get better in time.
    I used lubix and it is still hard to turn is that normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jus1201 View Post
    I used lubix and it is still hard to turn is that normal?
    Ya, you just have to solve it over and over and it will get better.
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    Do you know how to solve a 4x4 and 5x5? If you don't know the reduction method (the method of solving big cubes), then it will be nearly impossible for you to solve it by yourself.

    Also, I don't believe the purpose of cubing is to simply try to figure out the puzzle. It's equally as fun to solve it using a method, and tying to get faster, or just seeing the different cases come up and solve it without worries about time.
    Last edited by TheMachanga; 03-25-2012 at 06:37 PM.
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    How is this a moral dilemma? When I read the thread title I assumed it would be about knockoffs. And that isn't even a moral dilemma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specs112 View Post
    How is this a moral dilemma? When I read the thread title I assumed it would be about knockoffs. And that isn't even a moral dilemma.
    I didn't know how else to word this but now that we are one that topic, what is your opinion on v cube knockoffs?

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    Crap. I bought a YJ at half the price, probably the worst regret I'd have buying a puzzle. Just solve it a lot. I know V-Cubes especially are bad when new, but it gets better.

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