[Review] WitEden Wittwo 2x2x2 Version 1

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  1. Excellent

    24 vote(s)
  2. Above Average

    6 vote(s)
  3. Average

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  4. Below Average

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  5. Poor

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  1. Tall5001

    Tall5001 Premium Member

    Aug 9, 2010
    Albuquerque, NM
    This thread is for reviews of the Witeden WitTwo 2x2x2 Version 1. You can vote in the poll above, but please only vote if you own this particular puzzle.

    When posting your review, please follow a template similar to this:

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    What are your thoughts of this puzzle? Please vote one of the options above - but please only vote if you own and have used this puzzle extensively!


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  2. Yes We Can!

    Yes We Can! Member

    Jan 27, 2009
    Berlin, Germany
    [Video] WitTwo 2x2 2.77 avg12 + review

    Buy it at http://www.witeden.com/goods.php?id=353
    Review starts at 2:32.
    It's definitely a very good 2x2. Btw, the stickers on my cube are not the ones that come with it; I used cubesmith stickers for mine.

    The statistics for the average of 12:
    Average of 12: 2.77
    1. 1.97 R F' U R' U' F R F' U' R' U'
    2. (4.09) F' U2 R' F2 R U' R2 F2 U' R' U'
    3. 2.43 F R2 F' U R F2 U' R F R2 U'
    4. 3.17 R2 F' U' R F2 U' R2 U' F R' U'
    5. 2.62 U' F R U' F R' U' F2 U' R' U'
    6. 2.72 R' U' R2 U' R' F R2 F U' R' U'
    7. 2.87 F2 U2 R' U F2 U' R' F U R' U'
    8. 3.10 F U' R2 U2 R' F' R2 F U' R U'
    9. 3.73 U2 R U2 F' R' F2 U R U R' U'
    10. (1.88) F U F U' F R2 U2 F' U' R' U'
    11. 2.02 U2 R2 F U R F2 U' R' U' R' U'
    12. 3.04 F R U' F2 R' F U R' F R' U'
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  3. ThomasJE

    ThomasJE Premium Member

    Dec 31, 2011
    Where the puzzle was purchased: lubixcubes.com
    When the puzzle was purchased: 8th January 2012 (arrived 20th January 2012)
    Thoughts on the puzzle: Love this cube. It was my first 2x2 cube, and I could learn Ortega within 2 days. Within 3 days, I had sub-10 averages. Corner cuts over 45, and reverse corner cutting is around 20. Hasn't popped on me yet, although once I thought I popped it. The shipping was a bit slow, but the cube was worth the wait.
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  4. Magellanic

    Magellanic Member

    Jul 5, 2011
    Where the puzzle was purchased: lubixcubes.com
    When the puzzle was purchased: No idea(sometime in December)... Not bad shipping
    Thoughts on the puzzle: Really good 2x2. I was using an old Lanlan previously and was averaging about 4.0x with ortega. When I got this cube my average dropped to around 3.6x. It's crispy but it turns really fast. I would definitely recommend it. It's quite pricey but worth it...
  5. jblake17

    jblake17 Member

    Mar 17, 2012
    What do you think about this cube against the v-cube 2? I am unsure of which I should get.
  6. HelpCube

    HelpCube Member

    Nov 16, 2009
    My Stackmat
    They're both quite good, but I'd go with the type C simply because it has better corner cutting and reverse corner cutting. However, if you're looking for a super smooth cube, v-cube is the way to go.
  7. pi.cubed

    pi.cubed Member

    Nov 20, 2010
    Sydney, Australia
    Convinsa did a comparison of the Type C, V Cube and LanLan.

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  8. Spaxxy

    Spaxxy Member

    Where the puzzle was purchased: Amazon
    When the puzzle was purchased: July 1, arrived July 8
    Thoughts on the puzzle: I actually had to send the first one back. One of the internal pieces was missing. The first one arrived July 5, but I sent it back to Amazon for credit, bought a new one, and got it several days later. Luckily, this one was complete. The puzzle turns very nicely; I love the crispy feel. Even though I haven't lubed it yet (I'm out of lube), it turns amazingly well. The size is nice, it corner cuts well, and doesn't lock up. It's pretty pricey (More so than most 2x2s), but it's definitely worth the price. If the first one I ordered didn't come incomplete, I would have to give this puzzle a near perfect score.
  9. noahcubes

    noahcubes Member

    Jun 30, 2017
    I am an amateur cuber. I can solve around 10 seconds. I am trying to decide if i should purchase a Cyclone Boys 2x2 or a Type C Wittwo. Which should I buy? Thank you for your time and consideration
  10. Ghost Cuber

    Ghost Cuber Member

    Jun 6, 2016
    Ghost Cuber
    Neither. The KungFu YueHun is by far the best beginner, or even a decent advanced 2x2. Drew Brads used it to get an official 1.68 average. It is only $6 as well.

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