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EvanCahill

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I recently got into cubing and now have over 15 puzzles. I would like to be able to carry them around preferably in which there are compartments for the puzzles. Does a backpack or bag like this exist, or how do people carry around their cubes. Thanks
 

JemFish

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I recently got into cubing and now have over 15 puzzles. I would like to be able to carry them around preferably in which there are compartments for the puzzles. Does a backpack or bag like this exist, or how do people carry around their cubes. Thanks
Maskow uses what looks like, to me, a small suitcase to hold his cubes to take to competition for MBLD.
 

JemFish

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Linky? I have a camera case, really cool!
I don't have a link, sorry. It's a video where two people - Maskow and some other random dude - do MBLD, and you can see how Maskow absolutely smashes the other guy in number of cubes as well as time.
 

AlphaSheep

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I have a neoprene lunch bag into which I can fit around 8-12 cubes. It also provides a bit of padding to protect my cubes from bumps, and it's compact and easy to carry around.

To give you an idea of how many cubes it fits, last weekend I had the following 10 cubes in it: two 2x2s, two full size 3x3s and a 54.5mm mini 3x3, two skewbs, a pyraminx, a 4x4 and a 6x6.

Obviously it's not suitable if you're doing 15 different events, but for my purposes, it's great.
 
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