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DIY's?

Irandomman

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Aug 11, 2009
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I'm searching for a new 3x3.
Recently decided that i will buy it from C4Y of Kubuswinkel.nl

But i have never even touched another 3x3 than my store bought.
And don't get me wrong.
My store bought was great.
Very smooth and it never locked up.
But is starts getting old and i think something is wrong met the springs.

So my question.
What cube do you use for normal 3x3 speed solves?
And what is so good/bad about it?

Thanks!
 
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jacob15728

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May 3, 2009
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New York
I personally use a type A, which is definately better than a storebought. But most people consider some other cubes to be even better such as the Cube4You brand cube, Edison cube, and arguably the types C, D and F
 
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