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V-Cube Dazzler Review

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Uploaded on Nov 27, 2011

This is my review of the V-Cube Dazzler. I really really enjoy solving this cube. It's very nice looking and it's very smooth and never locks up on me. This cube cuts corners extremely well, probably better than any other v cube 7 that I own, but that is probably due to proper tensioning.

As you can see from the review this cube does not have coloured centre caps and it does not have coloured corners. This results in a solve where you have to know your colour scheme or you will not be able to solve the cube. There is one exception to this because given that there are no colours on the centres or the corners, you can actually switch sides of the cube. For instance, you can put the red where the orange is, or the black where the yellow is, or the blue where the green is. This is the only kind of cube where this is possible.

When doing the 3x3 solve of this cube, you don't have to put in corners, so no F2L is needed, just the 2nd layer is put it. Also, you don't have to orientate and per mutate the corners on the last layer, just the edges.

I hope if you get this puzzle you have as much fun with it as I do =)

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