Rubik's Collection

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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby mini rubiks icon » Wed Nov 12, 2008 3:00 pm

my collection is cool. i have a 3x3x3,revalution (mini),crazy piramid 1x4x3,(the folloing ones are home-made.)3 1x1x1s,a puzzle chain,1x1x2,and a3x2x0.
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby borginator2 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:14 pm

The eastsheen does lock sometimes, but not as much as the revenge.  The turning action is far superior to the rubiks.  I hear that the v-cube 5 is better than even the eastsheen 5x5x5 but can't comment.  If you happen to get one, any chance of a comparison?
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby Ignorancepersonified » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:25 pm

I am so happy with my 5x5x5 v-cube that I have little motivation to get any other type of 5x5x5.  It is my best cube, it is even more smooth than my 3x3x3.
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby borginator2 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 10:09 pm

Fair enough.  I got a free eastsheen 5x5x5 from gaming lagoon, so I'm using my older one for my latest cube mod (tardis cube).  I have wanted a v-cube 5 for a while now, but can't afford one.  I'll probably get a set eventually, but I'm waiting till either they are cheaper or I have more cash and that the v-cube 6b is out.  I hear that the v-cube 6 is a little flimsy, but the 7 is more robust due to the curved faces.  The 6b's curved faces should solve the popping problems of the v-cube 6.
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby Ignorancepersonified » Wed Nov 12, 2008 10:54 pm

I think you are smart to wait until the 6x6x6 is rounded like the 7x7x7.  I was very impressed by how well the 7x7x7 rotates and works, it is such a big cube yet it handles so well.  The 6x6x6 is ok, much better than my very uncooperative 4x4x4 cube I mentioned previously, but yeah, it is the only one of the 3 in my v-cube set that gives me problems ever.  I feel if it were rounded it would be much better, like how the 7x7x7 is.  I have nothing but positive things to say about the v-cube 5x5x5.  It is my favorite cube. 
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby borginator2 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:01 pm

I'm envious!!![:D]
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Re: Rubik's Collection

Postby seattlecube21 » Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:52 am

i have a:
brain racker
3x3 cube(2)
4x4 cube
rubiks twist
and one broken cube

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my collection

Postby mini rubiks icon » Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:37 pm

I'll get more non-home-made cubes soon. my b-day is this month.
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Re: my collection

Postby mini rubiks icon » Sat Nov 15, 2008 9:22 am

I  bought me a reguler size rubiks revalution.
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Re: my collection

Postby borginator2 » Sat Nov 15, 2008 6:57 pm

Just added 2 type-d DIY cubes and a meffert's megaminx to my collection.
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