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^Nah, the skewb is very easy. It can be done intuitively very quickly. I think skewb diamonds are cool, but they're also not that hard. Naturally, all the hard ones are expensive. Maybe make a 3x4x5? :)

ALSO, I just got back from DC Open, and as you could guess, I want another 3x3. I STILL CAN'T FIND THE PERFECT ONE!!!

The Edison Cubes were good, but they were too tight. Honestly, Felix Lee's FI and C4Y Core hybrid was the best I've felt. It was great. :) But does anyone has any input. lol.
get a taiyan, and tell me its awesome so that i will buy one, because my(money/i want that cube)
ratio is getting low...
 
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What will happen if i cube under water??
You will get wet.
I mean what will happen with the Cube and don´t say that the cube will get wet^^
The cube will get wet. :p

Serious Portion:
I would assume it would be fine as long as your not underwater forever. I would use a clean cube (no lubrication, sanding, plastic dust.) so you don't ruin the pool, or kill any life if it's a lake.

I would personally use a store bought, as I would not want the screws of a good cube to rust.
 
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