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Which Cube Should I Get? Up To Date Recommendations

EngiNerdBrian

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Joined
Jun 21, 2018
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432
Location
Denver
I have it, and it has been great to me for almost 3 years now. It is wearing out, and I will definitely be getting another one.
Yes! I am a YLM fanatic! I much prefer the original YLM w/ the cubicle “strong” magnets to the newer factory installed magnets. The new version is still enjoyable to solve on but I enjoyed that tacticile snap that the cubicle pro shop versions offered compared to the new factory setup with comparably lighter magnets.

original YLM is an all around amazing puzzle.
 
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MJS Cubing

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Dec 20, 2019
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655
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right behind you
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So I want to get a clock, and Idk if I’ll like it, but will it be worth springing for the qiyi, or should I start on something cheap like the lingao?

Edit: sorry for the double post but I’m lazy and I don’t feel like deleting this post and editing my other one.
 

Kaneki Uchiha

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Joined
Mar 22, 2020
Messages
556
Location
konohagakure
I smell a roux user.
Cfop is better
Hmm. The things I am about to say are completely subjective.The reason I use roux is because it is more efficient, looks better, and I think roux can have almost as good tps as cfop
Which in my opinion makes roux the better method. Atleast for me I used cfop for 3-4 months and I averaged around 28 after that. I then tried roux and now avg 12 in 4 months. These are the reasons why I use roux
Remember this is just a subjective opinion.
 
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