skeletonboy wrote:The cubes you get from the Rubiks Brand company are usually not that good, they are not smooth but not fast either, they have a huge amount of friction, the mechanism in it is not like a speedcube where a speedcube would have screws, springs and other mechanism like Dayan Torpedo's.
Sharkretriver wrote:The best way to get pro cubes is online. If you live in America then use cubedepotusa.com.
A pro cube would be the Dayan Zhanchi, which is a 3x3x3 NOT made by Rubik's. It may be a few dollars more expensive, but in my opinion it's worth it.
Actually, I think it depends on time, so what's your time around, on average? ^_^
Hoke wrote: My avg time is 3-3.15 min ( which is poor) but still I want to have one professional one so that I can improve my speed
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