3×3 Speed Rubik’s Cube: is a good quality speed 3×3 pattern cube. You can solve this cube in a simple six-step
Step 1: A basic understanding of the Rubik’s cube that will set you up nicely for the rest of the video guides. This stuff is really important, so listen up.
Step 2: We teach you the first step – creating a white cross on the white face of the cube. Once you can do this, there’s no stopping you, so pay attention.
Step 3: If you’ve made it this far, give yourself a pat on the back! This video teaches the next step – solving the white corners. There is a knack to it, but keep your cool – we take it one step at a time.
Step 4: Well done! You’re halfway there. The next stage of the solution is solving the middle layer. Take a deep breath, you’re doing really well.
Step 5: Now we teach you the next step – solving the yellow face. Not long to go now, hang in there!
Step 6: So we’re almost there! Solving the top layer can be tricky, but we’ve found a really simple way to teach the final solution stage.
Facts about Speed Rubik’s Cube: The puzzle wasn’t originally intended to be a toy by Erno Rubik.
A Rubik’s Cube has 43 Quintillion possible configurations. It’s the best-selling toy of all time. Erno Rubik called it ‘The Magic Cube’
The world record for solving the puzzle is held by a LEGO robot.
The winner of the first annual International Rubik’s Championships was 16-year-old Minh Thai, a Vietnamese-American high school student.
The world’s largest Rubik’s Cube weighs over 500kg. The world’s smallest Rubik’s Cube was made by Evgeniy Gregory. The cube is just 8mm wide but in full mechanical working order. The most expensive Rubik’s Cube is valued at $1.6 million. The Magic Cube was renamed Rubik’s Cube in 1980.
For ages: 3-7 years old, 7-10 years old, 10-14 years old, 14-18 years old, 18 years of age
Size: 5.6 * 5.6 * 5.6CM