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HandiCube by OSKAR [message #50264] Sat, 23 June 2012 10:53 UTC
avatar Oskar_van_Deventer  is currently offline Oskar_van_Deventer
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Does HandiCube add any value?[ 5 vote(s) ]
1.Yes, it improves speedcubing, especially one-handed 4 / 80%
2.No, it makes cubing more cumbersome 0 / 0%
3.No, it makes no difference 1 / 20%

Hi Twisty Puzzles fans,

It looks like a Rubik's Cube and it turns like a Rubik's Cube, but what is it? Of course, it is a Rubik's Cube. HandiCube was suggested by Jens Renders. The regular Rubik's Cube is impractical to solve one-handed, as the solver would need to block two layers to make a slice move (middle-layer "M-turn"). This problem is solved in HandiCube by building the puzzles from a 2x2x2 cube, and having the edges and centers hang between the corners.

Please fill in the poll to indicate whether you think the HandiCube adds any value to the cubing community.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Read also at Speedsolving.
Check out the photos below.



[Updated on: Tue, 26 June 2012 18:59 UTC]

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