# Magnetic Yuxin Blue w/ Thunderclap Spring swap

#### KingDolphin123

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NOTE: This cube is only for sale if you are attending RVA SPRING 2018. I really don't want to ship from my house.

I am making a magnetic yuxin blue w/ thunderclap springs. The magnets are the same ones that the cubicle puts in the wuque. The highest price in the comments will get the cube at RVA SPRING 2018. In cash please. Thanks. Pictures coming soon

#### Competition Cuber

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Im going to RVA spring... might by for the right price (assuming I have cash by that comp)

#### TipsterTrickster

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I don’t think I’ll buy it but could I at least try it a RVA spring 2018

#### KingDolphin123

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Im going to RVA spring... might by for the right price (assuming I have cash by that comp)
I was hoping for 55
Reasoning is that it is magnetic, has the spring swap, and is set up

#### Competition Cuber

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I was hoping for 55
Reasoning is that it is magnetic, has the spring swap, and is set up
I dont think so then... I was hoping for 35.

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#### KingDolphin123

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I dont think so then... I was hoping for 35.
35 wouldn't be worth the effort since there is basically no profit

#### joshsailscga

The Yuxin Blue is $13 on the Cubicle right now. I get that the springs and magnets are an extra cost, but you're not going to sell that thing for 55. Sorry to break it to you. #### KingDolphin123 ##### Member The Yuxin Blue is$13 on the Cubicle right now. I get that the springs and magnets are an extra cost, but you're not going to sell that thing for 55. Sorry to break it to you.
Cube = 13
Magnets = 13
Springs = 2
total cost = 28
I guess 55 is too much but adding in the manual labor of putting the magnets in, 35 is unreasonably low

#### KingDolphin123

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A good compromise is probably 45

#### Ghost Cuber

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I charge \$40 for Magnetic Blues.

#### Competition Cuber

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NM, probably cant get it there. Sorry.

#### One Wheel

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Cube = 13
Magnets = 13
Springs = 2
total cost = 28
I guess 55 is too much but adding in the manual labor of putting the magnets in, 35 is unreasonably low
My experience in selling magnetic cubes is that, in rough figures, I can get my cost of materials back, usually. I have tried to make money on magnetizing cubes in the past, but now I pretty much just try to make the best magnetic cube I can, and sell it to make back the money I spent so I can spend it again on a new iteration. It's a hobby anyway: time spent cubing (and magnetizing cubes) is, for most of us anyway, free time.