I love free diving. Iys is my favorite sport. I have recently decided that I want to combine my skills at citing and how long I can hold my breath. I am planning to solve 3 cubes underwater soon but am on a tight budget. What cube should I buy though I have a good idea where from. Thanks for...
It just popped out n my head. Who is the oldest active member on this forum. (By oldest I mean longest user) because I've seen some posts that were made in o9 and the people who posted went inactive approximately 2 years ago. So the got me wondering who is the longest normal member of this forum
People, while I'm thankful for the help getting a new cube that was only a sub topic. The original reason for this thread was so that others could find out about other places to buy cubes and maybe even find a better place to buy them
I know there is a thread for where you can buy your cube but I also know those places aren't necessarily the best places to get your cubes. So where do you get your cubes.
Soon once I have more info I will post a poll.
Also I am in need of a extremely cheap cube that I can...
I posted a thread on this some while ago but that was just for learning to tension my cube. I think it's important to have a thread where anyone can just post how they take care of their cube. Anyone who visits please post one thing for their cube. The end goal is to have a place...
I’m averaging 40 and have a pb of 35. I’ve also found the quickest way for most cases(for me). I’m wondering whether I should learn advanced or keep going on beginner roux. Here are my splits if it helps
1&2 block- 15-20 sec
Corner perm and orient 5-7 sec
Edge perm 3-5 sec