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'''Joy Cubes''' were [[Korea]]n 3x3x3 cubes. They were available around 2008-2010.
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Joy cubes were sold by [http://www.cubenjoy.com www.cubenjoy.com], a Korean cubing webstore. They were very hard to buy outside of South Korea, although they could be acquired from the Japanese puzzle company [[Tribox]]. Production ceased in 2010.[https://www.speedsolving.com/forum/threads/goodbye-joy-cubes.21769/] It is possible that the manufacturer was Shin-Gwang-Sa, the Korean company responsible for the [[Edison]] cube.[https://www.speedsolving.com/forum/threads/korean-cubes.35318/]
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Joy cubes were much lighter than Edison cubes, and were fast and crispy, although with a tendency to pop. It was well known for having very light turn resistance, making it ideal for [[One-Handed]] cubing.
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Latest revision as of 23:38, 31 May 2017

Joy Cube

Joy Cubes were Korean 3x3x3 cubes. They were available around 2008-2010.

Joy cubes were sold by www.cubenjoy.com, a Korean cubing webstore. They were very hard to buy outside of South Korea, although they could be acquired from the Japanese puzzle company Tribox. Production ceased in 2010.[1] It is possible that the manufacturer was Shin-Gwang-Sa, the Korean company responsible for the Edison cube.[2]

Joy cubes were much lighter than Edison cubes, and were fast and crispy, although with a tendency to pop. It was well known for having very light turn resistance, making it ideal for One-Handed cubing.