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Medium Rubiks Cube £1.00 @ Poundland !!

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Unsure if its original but its a decent size for £1
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Unsure if its original but its a decent size for £1
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#1
not an original, don't buy, just don't, i went to twist it and it fell apart in my hands
#2
Fantastic ! Since the cube was re-launched lots of places have been charging £5+. Well done poundland to reduce to the 80's price. Well spotted bananaman, that's another xmas stocking filler.
#3
Plz dont buy as a stocking filler, trust me worst £ ever spent
#4
Rob-Rules
Plz dont buy as a stocking filler, trust me worst £ ever spent


I agree, you just can't beat the original which is around a tenner?
#5
these are a rip off at £1 - rubbish
#6
Rob-Rules
not an original, don't buy, just don't, i went to twist it and it fell apart in my hands


Seconded....
#7
i bought the exact same one for 2.99 and that one wasnt very good.
#8
Avoid! Buy the official one, it's worth the extra few quid to know it'll last more than 3 turns.
1 Like #9
You all are tight, its only £1 wot else do you expect! I bet when you all fart only dogs can hear it!
#10
Get the proper one for £10 at Argos, but for most this is sufficient.
#11
I've seen cheap non original cubes from the 80s that are still going strong. You'd have to be completely insane to pay ten times as much to buy an original (IMO).
#12
definitely not worth a £1...dont buy
#13
sxc-flump
definitely not worth a £1...dont buy


1000% agree. it falls to pieces in your hand whenever you turn the sides.

Only think its good for is chucking the bits at someone

ice cold i'm afraid
#14
Cowpie4
You all are tight, its only £1 wot else do you expect! I bet when you all fart only dogs can hear it!



No we arent tight , its just we dont waste money because if you bought this any child you would have each square thrown about one by one.
#15
Mine fell apart...luckily I put it back together correctly, and convinced the family I had completed it :whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling:
#16
sam268
Mine fell apart...luckily I put it back together correctly, and convinced the family I had completed it :whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling:
haha that is so funny :thumbsup:
#17
These are utter rubbish, not only do they fall apart , the coloured bits of plastic fall off and turn into sharp shards of plastic. Avoid, avoid avoid.
#18
Can anyone else (apart from me) actually complete a Rubik's Cube :)
#19
Shame to hear about these cubes falling apart. I still have a cheap cube from the first time cubes were released. In fact it is my favourite 'racing cube' because it turns so smoothly and easily. I can still usually solve it in under two minutes which, although that isn't particularly fast, is not bad for an old codger. ;-)
#20
JunkMail
Shame to hear about these cubes falling apart. I still have a cheap cube from the first time cubes were released. In fact it is my favourite 'racing cube' because it turns so smoothly and easily. I can still usually solve it in under two minutes which, although that isn't particularly fast, is not bad for an old codger. ;-)

yeah not bad for an old codger...:giggle:
[mod]#21
Eamer
Can anyone else (apart from me) actually complete a Rubik's Cube :)


I could at school, but got totally sick of doing everyone else's for them as well. Can't remember how to do the last 4 corners now & it would probably take me ¼hr as opposed to a minute ;-)

The proper cube is much better as it turns smoothly & stays locked together & is suitable for all ages. If the cheaper one has sharp pieces I would say it's probably better just for adults :thumbsup:
#22
Eamer
Can anyone else (apart from me) actually complete a Rubik's Cube :)


yeah i can do it in 1min 20 using the simplest method where u only learn around 7 algorithm's. couldn't be **** with friedrich or the rest....too many bloody algorithms
#23
Cowpie4
You all are tight, its only £1 wot else do you expect! I bet when you all fart only dogs can hear it!


Im selling a carrier bag with a dead hedgehog in, £1, hit me up...............
#24
The top corners are Ri Di R D where i is anticlockwise if you've read the same thing as me!
#25
Hawkings Boots
The top corners are Ri Di R D where i is anticlockwise if you've read the same thing as me!
oh no... all completely gobbledygook :w00t:
#26
Still got my origonal from way way back... Still not don it!

Always used to tell my mates I'd got 5 colours but just couldn't manage the 6th!?! Think on!
#27
ThunderBolt
Still got my origonal from way way back... Still not don it!

Always used to tell my mates I'd got 5 colours but just couldn't manage the 6th!?! Think on!


funny thing is its impossible to have 5 colour's done lol
#28
PharmacyStudent;3342315
funny thing is its impossible to have 5 colour's done lol

Like I say... Think on... :roll: :whistling:
#29
I have bought 3 different cubes in the last 2 weeks, the original at a tenner, this one for a pound and a so called professional speed cube from Ideas. The £1 is rubbish but ok for a kid that is going to twist very slowly and carefully. Original is of course pretty good but the best was from Ideas at £2.99. Smoothest and instead of stickers for the colours it's plastic.

So my advice go to Ideas and spend £2.99
#30
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#31
Don't know if the ones from the 80s were better constructed or not, but I have my original and it still works 20 years later :-D
#32
Ethan
I have bought 3 different cubes in the last 2 weeks, the original at a tenner, this one for a pound and a so called professional speed cube from Ideas. The £1 is rubbish but ok for a kid that is going to twist very slowly and carefully. Original is of course pretty good but the best was from Ideas at £2.99. Smoothest and instead of stickers for the colours it's plastic.

So my advice go to Ideas and spend £2.99


Is that online?
#33
I bought a cheap cube and yes it falls apart when used. My best completion time is 1 min 50 seconds. A sticking cube makes it very difficult to solve.
Amazon does the 'Original Rubik's Cube' (~£10) which isn't quite as good as the one I bought nearly 30 years ago, but it is smooth and has a booklet on how to solve it and a cute little stand to put it on.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0006G3B68
#34
nadss
Is that online?


Not as far as I know, it's a chain up here in the West Midlands, I don't know if it's anywhere else. I bought mine from the Wolverhampton branch.
#35
Ethan or nadds, can you go to Ideas and buy a load and sell em on eBay to us bargain hunters?

I don't wanna sound like a cheapass but I don't want a ****** fall-apart cube for £1 or spend £10 on official ones if somewhere a better one is being sold for £3!

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