I have met a whole lot more cubers at my class namely Drew, Janelle, Jhaztine, Brian, and some more other dudes.
It's really fun to see yourself improving. First you may solve your cubes at a quite long time,
but as time passes by, you will certainly not miss the differences of the time you take on your solves.
A while ago until now.
And my current best...
At this time, there is still a huge space for improvement. My friend that taught me how to
cube is now, I can say, a speedcuber. His personal best is now at about 11 seconds.
Here are the best speedcubes you could buy.
My classmate when I was in grade 6 has one of these.
This cube is named after Mats Valk who once had the world record
of 4.74 seconds but has been beaten by Feliks Zemdegs.
This was my favorite until I discovered the GANs AIR
The cube below was the one I use. It is pretty smooth but has no corner cutting,
but when you find out how much it is, you'll be surprised
Of course it gets better when you apply some lubricant in it and adjust its tensions.
This is my current cube. It has 45 degree cornercutting and light turns. It reverse cornercuts a little bit.
This is Drew's main cube. It performs not a whole lot better than my main, the MF3RS but it is better. Of course better cubes means more expensive cubes. Pricing at 800Php at thecubecorner.net, it has minimal lock ups and great cornercutting.
My friend's first cube was a Vcube
I do not recommend you to purchase this cube. It's expensive with bad quality (though it is tough
and will last for some time). It has no corner cutting but very smooth just like the Jiaoshi. I prefer you
buy the Jiaoshi instead.
Click this picture, my brother is a part of making that channel. :)