Edison cube?

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  1. vloc15

    vloc15 Member

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    to all those who have Edison cubes...please your comments and opinions about it..lotsofsloths uses this cube BTW, anyone there who also tried it?:)
     
  2. speed_cuber99

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    I have an Edison Cube, it moves very well and is the best cube I have used. If you are in need for a good speedcube, I recommend Edison.
     
  3. n00bcubix

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    I have an edison that my mom brought for me, The caps pop alot, so i just glued them. It's crispy and fast after lube, but before lube it's terrible
     
  4. jinjaninja

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    i have 2 edison cubes. in korea the yellow one is popular for moving smoothly(although i prefer the white). but some koreans reckon the edison cubes and joy cubes are unoriginal and prefer the original rubiks
     
  5. vloc15

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    thanks, i ordered a black one at tribox
     
  6. krazedkat

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    Where did you buy your edison's?
     
  7. edwardtimliu

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    what about edison 4x4x4 ?
    how are they compared to others
     
  8. n00bcubix

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    my edison 4x4 broke really easily, i guess it's nice tho.
    It pops really badly tho, when it does pop
     
  9. ThePizzaGuy92

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    black edison 3x3x3 is my new main speedcube. :) crispy-ness of a transparent cube, corner cutting of a type A, screws/springs like a type D :D
     
  10. amostay2004

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    Is it better to order the edison from tribox lubed or unlubed? What do they use to lube the cube?
     
  11. Jai

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    They use G-Lube to lube their cubes, which is pretty good IMO. Judging from what I got when I ordered from Tribox, they don't lube the cubes that much. Go for it, you've got nothing to lose.
     
  12. amostay2004

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    Also, do the quality of edison and joy cubes vary between different cubes like storeboughts? Or are all of them exactly the same?
     
  13. Probably not.

    Storeboughts vary because the rivets can have different tension, but edison cubes have adjustable tension, just like all other DIYS.
     
  14. amostay2004

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    But the type A seems to have varying opinions as well..some say they have different type As that feel differently
     
  15. aliengrey

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    That's because there are different Type As. The original Type A doesn't vary, but there's also Type A II, Type A III, and Type A Third Model.
     
  16. not_kevin

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    Didn't Clancy break it at DSC 2008?
     
  17. amostay2004

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    Well, of course i mean the same models of type A can feel differently..
     
  18. shukinet

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    what coulor is better?? white or black??
     

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