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Kian

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I live somewhere in Australia. Not telling you exactly where though.

And if you happen to live in Australia, the total (ie cube + S/H + processing fee) cost of the various V-Cubes are:

V-Cube 5: $33.22 Euro (~ $60 AUD)
V-Cube 6: $39.17 Euro (~ $71 AUD)
V-Cube 7: $43.93 Eruo (~ $80 AUD)

Ebay items: (Total cost, includes standard S/H)

5x5 ES (~ $29 AUD)
4x4 ES (~ $26 AUD)
3x3 DIY (~ $18 AUD)
2x2 ES (~ $14 AUD)

I now own a V-Cube 7 and I got the total costs ofthe other V-Cubes from the site using the stats for the V-Cube 7 order.

I assume the fact that $1 AUD = $0.77 USD and $1 AUD = $0.55 Euro in the prices I list above.

The Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) is a thickset arboreal marsupial herbivore native to Australia, and the only extant representative of the family Phascolarctidae.


I use that as an example because that information is, at worst, equally as related to the topic as what you just posted. I can't begin to understand where you got that jump.
 

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I posted that infomation for a reason. I'm sure all cubers from Australia (like me) wold like to know that stuff. It might be useful as at least you know how much you will have to save up to buy those items.
 

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No, I live in Adelaide SA. And I will never even enter a competition until my 3x3x3 time is down to 50 seconds or less. I am learning to do the full 2-look OLL/PLL algs quite fast and after a month or two, I could get my PB for the 3x3x3x3 cube down to 50 seconds.

If I had the funds, I would buy a V-Cube 5.
 

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:D im like in your positin right now, my pb is 43.28, and im doing 2 look ^^ good luck mate, are there any comps in sydney? and dw enter comps even if you dont think your fast.
 

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The Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) is a thickset arboreal marsupial herbivore native to Australia, and the only extant representative of the family Phascolarctidae.


I use that as an example because that information is, at worst, equally as related to the topic as what you just posted. I can't begin to understand where you got that jump.
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I lol'd
 
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