Protect your favorite speedcube with style with the new Cubicle Cube Box! The Cubicle Cube Box features a two-part construction that snaps neatly into place and a see-through interchangeable lid. Compatible with most conventional speedcubes (56mm and under). The box has our brand, TheCubicle.com, across the bottom.
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All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.
Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
The corners on 2x2 puzzles should not be twisted as doing so may snap the piece. Damage caused by corner twisting is not considered to be a defect.
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I like that it keeps my cube from collecting dirt and grime and that it is rigid. It was offsetting that there was 2 squares of quality toilet paper in it when I got it but through visual inspection it appeared clean and emitted no smells from a distance.
Why dose the logo on the lid part come of? What is the point of that?
I don’t like that. Also you can’t easily or at all put it back.
The logo is a separate piece because the machine we used for laser engraving required a flat piece.
holds my gan 356 m amazing would recommend
The clear plastic that has The Cubicle logo on it came mirrored and when I popped it out and tried to correct it but it wouldn’t stay in. I’m not sure if it was supposed to be like that but it still works as a pretty good box so it’s fine.
Holds a 3x3 and it looks pretty nice but the top part of the box kind of bends in on itself.
I've purchased about 35 of these boxes, and my advice is to use them upside-down or don't use them at all. Sound strange? Let me explain. There are 3 inherent problems with the box that you will want to overcome: 1) previous reviewers have mentioned that the lid caves in 2) the "see-through" lid on top isn't see-through because the Cubicle logo blocks your view of the cube 3) thick lines on the sides of the box also block your ability to see around the cube. Turning the box upside-down is the simplest way to solve all 3 of these problems: 1) the lid is less likely to cave in if it's on the bottom than on top 2) the website that is engraved on the bottom of the box is less of an eyesore (see photo #1) than the Cubicle logo 3) the lines around the sides of the box are now lower than they were before...allowing you to see the sides of the cube better (photo #2).
Now for the complaining: the reason the lid caves in is because the lid was designed to be interchangeable. But the folks at the Cubicle have not given us the ability to swap the lid with anything else...including a truly "see-through" lid...that is, a clear lid that would replace the lid with the Cubicle logo. I have asked for this and I have been told that it is not available. I've also been informed that this product will be discontinued in the near future, so it is unlikely that we can expect any upgrades to this product. So...our options are to continue purchasing these somewhat transparent boxes for $4 each...or look for other alternatives. My third photo shows the Cubicle box next to an acrylic box purchased from Amazon for $2. The 2.5" acrylic box from Amazon does not fit my cube as snugly as the Cubicle box, but as you can see from the photo it is completely transparent...from top to bottom and on all sides (photo #4). Lastly, previous reviewers have noted that the Cubicle box is actually undersized and will not fit certain cubes...such as the Lanlan Curvy Windmill, MFJS Mirror S., and Moyu Crazy Windmill to name just a few. I hope this review gives you enough information to make an informed decision.
Yeah, I love these. I'll definitely get more of these in the future for cubes that need covers. I don't like not having boxes. I hate dust... lol. I do wish they made some other sizes to put some bigger cubes in, but whatever, I got some bags for those.
First off, before now, I’ve never seen a cube storage box before in person so upon receiving this, I was pretty amazed at the aesthetic look of it. It’s beautiful but to the eye, not a lot bigger than a Rubik’s cube itself. I have a bunch of 3x3 cubes already and decided to try this storage box out on my Rubik’s Build It, Solve It (which is a self put together official Rubik’s brand cube), but It didn’t fit. Then I tried my Rubik’s Neon Pop in it (which is a really cool official transparent Rubik’s brand 3x3 cube) and it was a perfect snug fit. Sadly too snug of a fit.
I went to take out the cube, but it was stuck. The lid was separating the first layer of the cube when I tried to remove it, but it did come off after prying at it for a minute. The bottom was the bigger issue. If I let go of the first layer, the second and third layers were stuck so snugly that the bottom half acted like a suction cup, causing the cube to slide backwards into the box just as snug. I figured out it wasn’t gonna budge after five minutes and needed a pry tool.
I took a flathead and wedged it in between the cube and the box as carefully as possible. To make it work, I had to take out and reinsert the flat head multiple times in different places and use a lot of pressure to get the cube out. However, I knew this process would damage my cube so I tried lube to ease the struggle but only made a mess. I had no choice but to attempt wedging out the cube with the flathead because it was the only thing that worked. Once the cube was free, I noticed that a small portion of the squares where I had to wedge the cube free were scratched badly and a few pieces fractured from the pressure, none entirely broken, but disappointing. It looks like the first layer almost gave way and is awkwardly loose as well.
Weirdly enough this cube cannot be tightened because the center piece screws are encapsulated within the plastic making up the pieces. I also don’t want to completely break the cube so getting the pieces apart to take a better look would be a 50/50 shot. The first layer is understandably loose because of having to pull it to release the cube without breaking through the cube with the flathead.
Even after all this, I still rate this at a 4/5 because it’s a really nice box and I’d say it would totally do it’s job on a smaller cube. On the other hand, I would have loved nothing more than to take my cube out and use it instead of ruin it, especially because I already understand that not all cubes are equal in size. I feel bad because I believed a snug fit was ok. I was very wrong.
For those interested in buying this. I’d say it’s totally worth trying, definitely durable and not to expensive. My Rubik’s cube is damaged but this box is still in good condition even after prying it off my cube. Like I said before on feeling like I should have caught this sooner. Whatever you do, make sure you measure the box and your cube before use or you might end up like me. Thankfully I have multiple Rubik’s Neon Pop cubes so I’m not that upset but I’m sure I would have been if that wasn’t the case. I’d still buy another if I needed one in this size. - Brain Sauce
This case is really durable, snaps together securely & should protect a cube if dropped. My only problem with it is the plastic covering is really thin plastic & doesn't snap in to the front in the best way. Just a few hours after receiving this item, I accidentally cracked the plastic covering by slightly pushing in the center & then it eventually broke into 2 pieces, rendering it useless. I saw a comment from The Cubicle on their blue cube case that said they'll eventually make different designs on the plastic coverings so we can interchange them, I just hope they sell those soon so I can replace mine. Though even without the covering, this cube case is still really tough and does its job of protecting a cube.
I love this product. I can throw a cube in my backpack and it stays nice and cozy with all the random junk bouncing around it.
If the top portion was solid like the bottom it would be a solid five stars.
Overall getting rid of the interchangeable insert would be my recommendation.