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I want to know if a Zhanchi 3x3 is original plastic or not. Is there a way to tell for sure (like the OP 2x2 having black screws)?

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I know that these already came and went in Australia, but I was wondering if anyone knew if they were coming to the US. My research seems to indicate that they're not coming soon if they are at all, but if anyone knows anything then please post it here.
 

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idk why but my gen4 speeedstacks timer goes to 88:88.888 whenever i stop the timer sometimes, replaced the batteries yesterday, idk why itss till doing this
 

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I know that these already came and went in Australia, but I was wondering if anyone knew if they were coming to the US. My research seems to indicate that they're not coming soon if they are at all, but if anyone knows anything then please post it here.
the ones in aus stopped in late feb/early march (i know because we went to mcdonalds during a comp in february and got some epic toys) so i think that if they were going to the US, they would have already done so
 

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I was thinking if I was able to dissolve the old plastic in a chemical, I would be able to coat the old plastic into any piece I want. Does this sound reasonable?
 

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I was thinking if I was able to dissolve the old plastic in a chemical, I would be able to coat the old plastic into any piece I want. Does this sound reasonable?
That just sounds like what boron treatment does to the cube. The plastic coating is much harder to do than boron treatment and they yield similar results so I would go for the boron treatment approach.
 
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