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    WTB Old Type-C, Type-C v1.5, or Type-C Retooled.

    I've grown a bit nostalgic for when I first got into cubing. My favorite cubes, after some time cubing (badly), were my Type-C and Type-F. My Type-F survived, as well as all of my Type-A cubes (versions I through V), Type-C v2, Type-C v3, Type-D, and Type-F v2. My Type-C v1, however, took a fall...
  2. D

    Theory about big cube parity

    I'm not sure if this belongs here or not, or if it's blindingly obvious or whatnot. I was just watching Superantoniovivaldi's video series about his 7x7 ghost cube solve and I had the thought that edge parity and "center parity" are inextricably linked. As in, if you had all the centers in...
  3. BadProP

    [Help Thread] Is my cube / puzzle a dud?

    Hi Everyone I recently bought my first brand new Dayan Zhanchi 3x3 from a supplier on E-Bay. When I received the cube within the first few seconds of play it popped. I re-assembled the cube and a few minutes later it popped again. After numerous pops I approached google, Youtube and the...
  4. paulangas

    [Unofficial] 7x7 Sub5 Single

    Centers: 2:13 s Edges: 2:07 s 3x3 :27 s Any tips to be better?
  5. Kenneth

    One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

    Use this thread for short BLD questions. (I was looking for it but did not see one, if there is? please let me know and I merge). -------------------------- Well, my question, TuRBo, is it only a edge method or did anyone develop the same for corners? (I'm looking at it atm, this is...
  6. Z

    Mefferts gear cube centers

    I purchased a gear cube from cube depot, and soon after the centers began to fall out one by one after turning. I read somewhere that carefully applying super glue to te centers (bad idea) will stop that. I did it and te cube started to seem faster, looser, and then locked completely in place. I...
  7. A

    [Help Thread] 7x7x7 Discussion

    please help me how to solve a 7x7 cube? or post a link. thanks
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