1x1 Cube 19mm - DIY Kit


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Product Description

Looking for 1x1 to complete your NxNxN puzzle collection? This 1x1 cube comes fully unstickered and with a set of high-quality vinyl stickers in the same colors as ShengShou and DaYan cubes. This version is 19mm across, making it about the same size as a standard 57mm 3x3 cubie.

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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.

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Product Specifications
Manufacturer Other
Type 1x1
Added 2018-09-10
Gross Weight 9g
Dimensions 19.0mm3
Item Weight 10.0g

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Dylan S. (United States)

1x1 Cube 19mm - DIY Kit

Luke F.
Best Turning Cube

This cube turns really good and corner cuts so we'll. I can easily turn it and can adjust it to any way I want. (In all seriousness it is great to add to your collection.)

Da boss best

It was just so good, the corner cutting was so good:):):):):):

Josh B.

i got this and it was a bit stiff out the box butt do u wanna know what made it great i magnetised it /D

Hedi F.
The best

It is the best and hardest I have the 17x17 and the 1x1 took me weeks To Solve one time and it is the smoothest cub I tried

Norberto S.I.
Very good cube

This cube was very gummy out of the box. After breaking in it was way to fast for me i used some weight 3 and is my main might use magnets very good cube for advanced 1x1 solvers i recommend this cube its worth it

Jason G.
Only DNF

Amazing price but sadly I was only able to get a 15 hour DNF

Chuck D.
Get it

Got my times down to .06. Is that NAR

Danny B.
Greatest 1 by 1

It's so hard to solve you can't even scramble it!

Bruno C.

This cube has fantastic properties. You can sticker it any way you want. If you don't make mistakes during this process, EVERYBODY can solve it in world record time! Nevertheless, the learning curve is steep, depending on one's experience with cubes. I give it one star less for the occurrence of unsolvable edge flips in some cases. See below.

It is my experience that people of all ages find it at first a challenge, and they often ask me what the goal of the puzzle is. Compared to any other NxNxN puzzle nobody asks that, so this puzzle MUST be harder?

OTB the black cube is enigmatic (it reminds of a black box), and its operation is somewhat of a mystery. Although it does not change shape, like the Square-1, while twisting the finished cube, I couldn't get rid of the impression that there must be something missing. Of course, there isn't. But some people get confused . . .

After stickering, and scrambling it, I couldn't exactly solve it: I can only solve maximal 4 sides out of 6, and in these near solves the non-solved sides are then always on opposite sides. I figured it must be an odd permutation but I don't see any way to undo my scramble!

It's something of a charm, isn't it?

[Later I discovered that no matter how you scramble it, you always have at least two sides solved, either neighboring sides or opposite sides. What is the probability that you end up like I did?]

P.S. I believe the answer is 1/30. Comments?