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I think it actually turns better than the 9x9 I tried, although the sheer size makes it difficult to maneuver. It's roughly 115mm tall, and if I wrap my thumb and index finger around the middle of one side I have trouble holding 6 layers. So, it's BIG.

EDIT: Haha, after playing with that thing, the 7x7 feels like a tiny little child's toy. It's tiny and looking ahead on it is crazy easy. First solve was a 4:34 with almost all delays due to lockups XD (I need a better V7...)

I bet it would. Sorry this wasn't actually real . This was an experiment that I did for someone else. Unfortunately, I'm still failing in the trying-to-get-sub10 group >.< .

Sorry about misleading you, or anyone else. If it makes you feel any better, you contributed to the results of the experiment, so thanks XD

God guys, for Pete's sake, shut up. No one cares if it's real or fake. Can't people just pretend it's real and be happy? Or pretend it's fake and not care? Apparently not. btw Minh Thai's solve in 22.95 was a hoax!!!!!!!!

I bet it would. Sorry this wasn't actually real . This was an experiment that I did for someone else. Unfortunately, I'm still failing in the trying-to-get-sub10 group >.< .

Sorry about misleading you, or anyone else. If it makes you feel any better, you contributed to the results of the experiment, so thanks XD

Avg100: 12.98
Best avg12: 9.44, (13.58), (8.98), 10.05, 12.56, 10.89, 12.28, 11.77, 12.75, 12.66, 13.58, 11.26 = 11.72
I think the avg100 is a PB and the avg12 ties my PB from a few months ago. I actually had 4 sub10s, from which 2 were sub9, in the same average but couldn't get anything great :/. Anyway, yay!

Average of 12: 31.36
1. 30.88 D B U' R' F' R B R D F2 L' R' F B2 D' L2 D' U' L' R' U R D' U' F
2. 30.34 L2 U B' U' D B U2 L R2 D F2 L' B U2 R B D' R B L R' F2 B2 R' F2
3. 27.40 L D' F' D' U' F D' R2 L F2 U2 L' R' D' L' B D B L' U L U B L D2
4. 34.29 B' U2 R' D' U' B L D B' L R B D2 B2 U D2 F2 R' B' F2 R U F D' L2
5. 36.69 B' L' D U R' D2 B D L R B2 R' U2 F' U' L2 F L2 R' U D' B' U' D' F2
6. (41.24) D2 L U2 D2 R2 D U F B' U R L' D L B U B R2 B' D' L D R2 B' U'
7. 26.50 R L2 F L' D F2 D2 B2 R' D' B' F2 L U L' R' U' D2 R2 U' B2 R2 U L2 B2
8. (25.51) R2 B D R2 D' B' U' D L' U2 B U' B2 L' F R' F2 D' F2 B2 R L2 D2 U B
9. 28.06 D' U2 L' D' F2 U R2 D B2 D U2 L2 D B2 R' F2 B' D' L B2 F2 R U' B D'
10. 34.05 U R B' D2 R2 D2 U2 F' B' D B' D2 R' U B F L B' D' R2 B U F2 B' R
11. 35.19 U' L' D R D2 U B' D' U' F R' L' U' R' D' R2 L D' U' B' D U' R2 L D2
12. 30.19 L2 U F' B D2 R' F R' D2 U2 B L' U R' D2 B' U2 F2 L2 U2 B' F' R' L D

I think it actually turns better than the 9x9 I tried, although the sheer size makes it difficult to maneuver. It's roughly 115mm tall, and if I wrap my thumb and index finger around the middle of one side I have trouble holding 6 layers. So, it's BIG.

EDIT: Haha, after playing with that thing, the 7x7 feels like a tiny little child's toy. It's tiny and looking ahead on it is crazy easy. First solve was a 4:34 with almost all delays due to lockups XD (I need a better V7...)

Average of 12: 3.95
1. 3.59 R F R2 F U' R' F U'
2. 3.48 F' R F' U' R2 U2 R' U2
3. 3.92 R2 U' R2 U' F R U2 R F' U
4. 3.57 R F2 R' U' R U2 F' U' R U'
5. (6.59+) R2 U' F' R U' R U' R2 U
6. 3.63 R2 U2 R' U2 R' U R F' U
7. 4.24 R' U' R F2 R F2 R U' R2 U2
8. 3.72 R' U F' U R' F R' F2 R2 U2
9. (2.48) F' R U' R' F R U2 R' U
10. 5.30 R U F' R2 F' U' R F2 R2 U'
11. 5.41 F R U R2 F' U F U2 R'
12. 2.62 R U R2 F' U F' R F' R2

I think it actually turns better than the 9x9 I tried, although the sheer size makes it difficult to maneuver. It's roughly 115mm tall, and if I wrap my thumb and index finger around the middle of one side I have trouble holding 6 layers. So, it's BIG.

EDIT: Haha, after playing with that thing, the 7x7 feels like a tiny little child's toy. It's tiny and looking ahead on it is crazy easy. First solve was a 4:34 with almost all delays due to lockups XD (I need a better V7...)

I think it actually turns better than the 9x9 I tried, although the sheer size makes it difficult to maneuver. It's roughly 115mm tall, and if I wrap my thumb and index finger around the middle of one side I have trouble holding 6 layers. So, it's BIG.

EDIT: Haha, after playing with that thing, the 7x7 feels like a tiny little child's toy. It's tiny and looking ahead on it is crazy easy. First solve was a 4:34 with almost all delays due to lockups XD (I need a better V7...)

If I counted right, it's 596 pieces to solve. A little less than 3 7x7x7s. So it's doable. I wonder how hard it is to do slice turns on the 11x11x11 - that would probably be the roughest part of it.

I think it actually turns better than the 9x9 I tried, although the sheer size makes it difficult to maneuver. It's roughly 115mm tall, and if I wrap my thumb and index finger around the middle of one side I have trouble holding 6 layers. So, it's BIG.

EDIT: Haha, after playing with that thing, the 7x7 feels like a tiny little child's toy. It's tiny and looking ahead on it is crazy easy. First solve was a 4:34 with almost all delays due to lockups XD (I need a better V7...)

If I counted right, it's 596 pieces to solve. A little less than 3 7x7x7s. So it's doable. I wonder how hard it is to do slice turns on the 11x11x11 - that would probably be the roughest part of it.

Actually doing a slice turn is quite easy. The problem (when BLD of course) is going to be getting all the layers aligned after that, and of course turning the correct layer.

Next time we meet up at a competition you're welcome to try blindfold solving my 11x11... but maybe you'll have your own by then

12: 00:33.51 x
11: 00:38.77 x
10: 00:40.65 x
9: 00:35.55 x
8: 00:43.96 x
7: 00:29.39 x
6: 00:34.89 x
5: 00:35.24 x
4: 00:46.35 x
3: 01:04.87 x
2: 00:47.64 x
1: 00:53.58 x

Average: 00:42.03 Best: 00:29.39
Avg. 5: 00:38.49 3 of 5: 00:38.32 (best set is in my sig, i believe)
Avg. 10: 00:40.32 10 of 12: 00:41.01