|1||4 minutes 36.92 seconds||Quinn Lewis||Done with my own solution (12 color dogic). I got my mefferts assembly dogic the other day, and invented a simple yet "fast" solution. I hope to be much faster with some practice. Hooray for speed-dogic-ing!||20050127|
|2||6 minutes||Noah Hevey||Done with my own method.|
12 colour Mefferts.
I lost one of the small black inner pieces so now I can't use it anymore.
|3||7 minutes 7.855 seconds||Michael Gottlieb||12-color Dogic. I solve the three-color pieces first. Sub-5 is feasable, but I must improve my puzzle first - it locks up a lot.||20070304|
|4||8 minutes 7.09 seconds||Kåre Krig||I was going to improve this but after two 30+ piece pops in the same solution my motivation was gone.||20050803|
|5||8 minutes 49.01 seconds||Chris Gilsdorf||I got this time at a basketball game at my high school (I'm in Pep Band). Tim T. timed me using the stopwatch on Courtney B.'s cell phone. I actually skipped the last step and got a time of 8:13, then undid and re-did the last step to make it official. Sub-7 minutes is probably possible on an unlubed Dogic. If you can do the Impossiball, this puzzle is incredibly easy. (PS Webber)||20050125|
|6||9 minutes 17.01 seconds||Jeff Goetz||The dogic isn't really that hard. I don't want to turn it too fast, because if it breaks, there goes $230. Thanks Andras.|
|7||13 minutes 47 seconds||Rommy Barghout||n/a||20060901|