When I solve its not my hands that feel different, its the cube. ill have days were my chilong is fast and days were its sluggishYes I do. But I put it down to the variable (My body/hands).
Temperature of your hands or how "warmed up" you are will play a big part in this. At least it does for me.
Sometimes when I sit down for a session, at the start my cube will feel awful in my hands and I will lock up and stuff. But after 50 solves or so It can start to feel amazing.
People used to use hair dryers to warm up their cubes and get the lube all lube-y. And by holding them near lamp bulbs. Be careful though... I know at least one person that ruined a cube this way. The plastic started to warp.If you leave your cube near your computers heat exhaust for a few minutes, you will recognize this immediate change in cube performance/feel.
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