11x11x11The first 11x11x11, custom made by casting after CADding the masters.
12x12x12 (flat)The second 12x12x12 ever made and the first with flat surfaces.
12x12x12 (pillowed)The first working prototype to break the border (11x11x11) set by the Verdes patent.
13x13x13The puzzles title couldn't be more descriptive.
14x14x14A mass produced cube of high order. Strangely it went to market after some cubes of even higher order were published.
15x15x15Another cube for which one might ask: Why? Mass produced after the 13x13x13 and the 17x17x17.
16x16x16A mass produced cube of high order.
17x17x17Also known as "Over the top". A puzzle made just because it is possible.
19x19x19A mass produced cube of very high order.
21x21x21A mass produced cube of very high order.
22x22x22Formerly the highest order cube, beaten by Greg’s 33x33x33
248 CubeA 8x8x8 bandaged similarly to the AI Cube.