How fast on the 2x2x2?

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How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:04 pm

How fast can you go?
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby Sharkretriver » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:12 pm

It depends on the scramble.
In official competition, my fastest time was 3 seconds, but it was lucky. Usually, it's 5 to 6. Now, since I didn't practice, it's 6 to 9. Anyway, other people have gotten luckier. For example, 4 people tied 0.96 seconds I think, although I'm not quite up to date with these things.

(Also, the most popular 2x2x2 speedcube last time I checked seemed to be the WitEden Type C, in case you're wondering. Rubik's brand 2x2x2, especially the 34mm one, can't really give the best times imho.)
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:15 pm

Sharkretriver wrote:It depends on the scramble.
In official competition, my fastest time was 3 seconds, but it was lucky. Usually, it's 5 to 6. Now, since I didn't practice, it's 6 to 9. Anyway, other people have gotten luckier. For example, 4 people tied 0.96 seconds I think, although I'm not quite up to date with these things.

(Also, the most popular 2x2x2 speedcube last time I checked seemed to be the WitEden Type C, in case you're wondering. Rubik's brand 2x2x2, especially the 34mm one, can't really give the best times imho.)


Not bad timing man! Course the scramble comes into play. Are Lanlans good?
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby Sharkretriver » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:47 pm

Yes, I use a lanlan. It became "best cube" after Eastsheen, but then months later, Ghost Hand 2x2x2 became "best cube", and now it's WItEden Type C.
Now you know how Rubik's cubes relate to electronics; they constantly become outdated.
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:49 pm

I want to get a Lanlan. So I can test my wits!
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby Sharkretriver » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:12 pm

The Borg wrote:I want to get a Lanlan. So I can test my wits!

A lanlan 2x2x2? Why not WitEden Type C? I heard it's a lot better.
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:15 pm

Sharkretriver wrote:
The Borg wrote:I want to get a Lanlan. So I can test my wits!

A lanlan 2x2x2? Why not WitEden Type C? I heard it's a lot better.


I want to start with the Lanlan, then I will go up to the WitEden Type C. I just want to start with that so I can learn the 2x2x2. http://www.witeden.com/goods.php?id=353 By the way, is this it?
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby Npham » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:46 pm

12 seconds is my average. 7 seconds is my best.
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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby The Borg » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:47 pm

Npham wrote:12 seconds is my average. 7 seconds is my best.


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Re: How fast on the 2x2x2?

Postby Npham » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:51 pm

here is a trick. if you have a cube that can flip pieces, i think you can get 4 seconds if you do it fast enough. trololo
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