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Spend two extra dollars to get a speed cube on ebay. These things are not smooth and hard to twist sometimes.
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There are tons of options these days:

Sail W (only in white plastic, black OOS) ($1.99) - https://www.thecubicle.com/produc...052e&_ss=r

Little Magic 3x3 ($2.99) - https://cubedepotusa.com/collecti...-magic-3x3

Meilong 3x3 ($2.99) - https://cubedepotusa.com/collecti...eilong-3x3

Kylin v2M (Magnetic) ($6.99) - https://www.thecubicle.com/collec...n-3x3-v2-m

That's just a tiny sampling.

If you're dying to get a Rubik's brand cube, get this one instead: https://www.thecubicle.com/produc...7873&_ss=r

Out of all of these, I would recomment the Kylin. It has tiles instead of stickers, has the best performance out of these four cubes, and is also magnetic (which is not necessary but is a big help).
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welllll??? which is which? stickers good or inlays good?
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Spend two extra dollars to get a speed cube on ebay. These things are not smooth and hard to twist sometimes.
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Spend two extra dollars to get a speed cube on ebay. These things are not smooth and hard to twist sometimes.
Or you can apply some Vaseline to lube it...that's how we did it with the originals back in the day....
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Pretty good price on the original. Usually about 5.99.

Use silicone lube, not Vaseline or other petroleum based lube. Also, the speed cube lets you customize tension.
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These are fun, even when you know how to solve it. Then it's all about FAST!
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Or you can apply some Vaseline to lube it...that's how we did it with the originals back in the day....
wrong! Vaseline would make even more stickier.
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There are two versions of this. I bought one few years ago, it's very hard to twist. Then last year I bought one more, this time it was very smooth and easy to twist. You can identify them by looking at pieces; stickers vs plastic inlays.
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Spend two extra dollars to get a speed cube on ebay. These things are not smooth and hard to twist sometimes.
Thank you. can you send me the link since I see many results when I search for speed cube. I appreciate your help.
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There are two versions of this. I bought one few years ago, it's very hard to twist. Then last year I bought one more, this time it was very smooth and easy to twist. You can identify them by looking at pieces; stickers vs plastic inlays.
welllll??? which is which? stickers good or inlays good?
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wrong! Vaseline would make even more stickier.
I only had Vaseline back in 1981 when I purchased mine. I'm sure there are a lot more options to use today and would avoid Vaseline.
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I would also like to know of any good quality speed cubes
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Out of stock
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Or you can apply some Vaseline to lube it...that's how we did it with the originals back in the day....
Ah, didn't know vaseline has others uses too 😝
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