We're so, so, so proud to be hosting a WCA competition in Lyttelton this weekend!
To be honest though, it's not exactly the comp we had in mind when we started planning it back in April 🤣 But that's the way things are at the moment so we've had to adapt.
So let me guess - you’ve been sent here to buy a speed cube. “No worries”, you think, “How hard can that be?”
But now you’re confronted with a wall of coloured speed cubes that range from $10 to $115, and you’re trying to get your head around the merits of primary internals, dual adjustment systems and adjustable magnets…
One of the questions I’m asked most frequently is one that, to be honest, cubers like me forget is even a question! And while it’s very simple it’s also very fundamental - what even is a speed cube?!
So here’s a bit of a breakdown of 6 things that make a speed cube different from the “regular” cube you have now;
The Speedcube.co.nz Lyttelton Lab is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays these school holidays! As usual we're extending our opening hours for the school holidays. From Tuesday October 5th for two weeks our opening hours will be: Tuesday to Friday 12-5 Saturday and Sunday 10-2. Come on in and pay us a visit if you're able to get on a roadie these holidays! Mike and the team