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Speedcubing Satchels

Andreaillest

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Eh, I'd rather just use my backpack/shoebox. It may not look as fancy, but it's a hell of a lot cheaper and can hold multiple cubes.
Even a grocery bag will suffice.
 

qqwref

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The idea of a speedcubing bag is a good one, but a bag that only holds one cube is pretty silly (a serious competition cuber will usually have at least 5 cubes of different types that they bring). And $20 is a bit much, too.

No offense, by the way, but your website really doesn't look like something a serious cuber would make. A timer counting up to the old (lucky) single WR of 7.08 (with an incorrect "milliseconds" label)? Random Google Image type cube photos? Having a link to the rubiks.com webpage and saying the cube is "still the most challenging puzzle of all time"? A videos section full of links to YouTube videos, none of which you uploaded? A solution guide which requires actually going to Tampa? I really appreciate that you've put effort into expanding cubing in your area, and at a glance the site looks pretty professional, but there are a lot of little errors and tacky things which leave the impression that it was created by a cubing beginner who doesn't fit into the speedcubing community.
 

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So, what would be our target price for such a pouch? I could check for how much my 6 year old daughter would be willing to sew and sell them. Actually she's 7 now. I hope the birthday has not increased the rate for the handcraft minute. :)


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iLUVcubing

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nice. but i reckon any old bag you have would do better then buying a bag that only holds 1 cube.
 
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