DIY cubes

Discussion about methods, times, and all things related to solving the Rubik's brand products.

Re: DIY cubes

Postby cubezecamant » Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:30 pm

whats so good about DIY cubes?
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Re: DIY cubes

Postby ffiti » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:21 pm

Type A is a good speedcube, and the most common.  Yes buy.

Type B is no-no.  It loosens up after lots of use, and it has the worst pops.

Type C is not so good.

Type D used to be godly, but now, they have changed it and it is the worst type of all 6.

Type E is good, it locks up occasionally, but overall good.

Type F is about as good as Type A.

Get Type A, or Type F.  If neither of those are available, get E.
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Re: DIY cubes

Postby airthebear » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:30 am

the DIY cubes stand for do it yourself. they spin a lot better and faster
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Re: DIY cubes

Postby rubixcuber » Wed Dec 15, 2010 4:56 am

Speedcubes - Type A, C, F
Ignore B, D, and E.

A is the best. Overall best corner cutter, and great in speed too. Rarely pops if set at perfect tension
C is a good corner cutter too, and many speedcubers use it for one handed solving. However pops so much. Rarely locks up
F is the fastest. Good corner cutter. Pops every 15 solves. but not serious.

Dayan Guhong - Beast.
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Re: DIY cubes

Postby PoviIas » Mon Jan 03, 2011 8:12 am

Do not buy DIY type A.
I use it in this video. It is hard to make really fast solves with it.
It stucks if you are starting to get fast.
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Re: DIY cubes

Postby CGboy00 » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:06 pm

From what I've seen on the internet lots of people have Type A cubes.
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