In order of difficulty sub 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 etc. seriously. probably varies from person to person though depending on what is holding you back at any given speed and what you do to improve what is holding you back
I recently got a 54.5mm weilong, its a pretty good cube, its just kinda slow. It was slowish out of the box, I've tried wt 2 lube, it helped a little but I thought maybe I had used to much, I've tried wiping it out, whatever, I've also tried tight and loose tensions I just can't seem to get...
2 rubiks brand (+2 in the graveyard)
some random cube from the 80s with Japanese colors and adjustable screws
2 Guhongs (one missing a corner)
(rubiks brand in graveyard)
QJ 4x4 (and another in graveyard)
Your cross is really slow, practice coming up with more efficient solutions, even if you use a minute of inspection. Watch videos on advanced cross building, and probably some example solves. To me that was the most obvious area you could improve. Your turn speed is definitely a limiting...
WOW.. Just had an amazing session in which I broke my 3x3 pb single/ao5/ao12/ao50 with 9.57/12.19/12.98/13.99. I just got back into cubing a few weeks ago and I've been practicing a lot, its really nice to see results like this. very very happy :D
I've got this stuff I'm pretty sure I bought at a princeton competition a few years ago, its called Factory Team 30 wt shock fluid, I like it, but its a bit thick I think. Does anyone know how the cubicle lubes compare to something like this?
Just got this cube, and in my opinion it is very very good. The feel of the cube really suits my style, and my inner layers are a bit slower than the outer ones, but it sounds like its more of an issue for other people. That said, as much as I really really like this cube, I've never tried an...