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 Post subject: Kevin's Puzzle Collection
PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2011 11:16 pm 
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Hello everyone!
I know I have not been a very active member of this forum :cry: , but today I thought I'd show you my collection.
I have two things in the mail; one genuine Mefferts Bandaged Cube and a Gordian's (sp?) knot. I will post those two when the get here (Bandaged cube should be here tommorow, I have no idea when the Gordian's knot is getting here)
So here it is!

Note: Nearly all of my puzzles have either Cubesmith stickers or Orcal Vinyl stickers (hand cut). I just love their Vinyl :lol:
The album on Flickr; http://www.flickr.com/photos/62237054@N08/?saved=1


The reason I'm making this is because I would like to know what you guys think I should get next.
Some things I've been considering are;
Floppy Cube
Tower Cube
Gear Cube
Something Vintage (lol)
Something from Shapeways
Vulcano (I <3 pyraminx)

Please let me know what you think!
-Kevin


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 Post subject: Re: Kevin's Puzzle Collection
PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 1:46 pm 
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Cool! You should get some cubestands for the ones on top.

And, I'd recommend getting the Mefferts Volcano next. It's an awesome puzzle, but don't expect a challenge when solving it, it's really easy.
The floppy cube and tower cube are nice, if you are a serious collector, otherwise it's not really worth the trouble.
Same for the gear cube, cool puzzle to have in your collection, but not very interesting solving-wise. Get a gear cube extreme instead, that will prove challenging.
Something from shapeways is always a good investment. Have a look at TomZ's shop. He has some awesome dodecahedra I'm also thinking about getting.


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 Post subject: Re: Kevin's Puzzle Collection
PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:33 pm 
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Thanks!
I tried putting the 1x1-7x7 on stands, I didn't like it as much. It's my shelf, I do what I want! :lol: Jk.

I'll see if I can scrape up the cash to get a Vulcano soon. I looked at TomZ's shapeways and the only thing I could really afford was the 1x2x3 =/
I also got my Gordian's Knot and my Meffert's Bandaged Cube in, so I'll probably make a video soon. :D
Thanks,
-Kevin

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