Chiming in on top first, learn them in this order:
- pure (all edges solved, skip bad cases)
- nutella (skip bad cases)
One-flip will have the biggest impact on your times, although learning to completely intuitively solve top+centres efficiently eventually impacts...
I think it'd be almost unfair to sell V-cubes, F2 and A5 3x3s, etc.
There's probably 3 more recent generations of every puzzle in this tub, and I'd care more about someone enjoying them than them sitting in storage unused/unsold.
I also might come to the St Kevins comp even if I don't get past...
Cheers Peter. Signed up for the comp at St Kevins, so if I get past the waiting listing I'll bring the puzzles along, could do the same thing as Feliks but giving the proceeds (if worthwhile) to Speedcubing Australia.
Bit of a necropost in this old thread, but it's the only place I know of for this.
I'm moving house and looking to give away basically everything other than a 3x3, 5x5, Pyraminx and Skewb.
I have a tub of puzzles that are mostly outdated speedcubing wise, but perfectly suitable if just...
A better answer would be "there will be no Skewb because there'll be 100 competitors, a limited time in scheduling, and the most recent competition had 2 rounds of Skewb so we're trying to give other events priority". Skewb is a "cubic puzzle event"