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I have a tub of puzzles that are mostly outdated speedcubing wise, but perfectly suitable if just...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"
Just put the cube in some key, then scatter notes from a scale on all stickers. Scramble it and it'll give you some terrible riffs. If you use something like the pentatonic scale you might even get some tolerable riffs out of it, since the intervals wouldn't be too extreme