23 Dutch Cube Day 11 October 2002
Again a big success for me as collector and speedcuber on the Duth Cube Day.
This is what I got
For the speecubing part, we arranged a little Competition with 4 speedstack timers that was also used in the World championship 2003, Jaap was the referee and designed the scrambles for that day. I performed bad again, I did 34 seconds. After the match I did 27.5 seconds... Still it is very hard to perform in a competition for me. It helps a bit to speedcube in public, I had trained Friday in the Airplane to The Netherlands. But a competition is an other excitement.
Me, Peter,Dan and Lars doing the speedcubing. Jaap was the referee
see for more picture on www.speedcubing.com
I also met again Tony Fisher, he is bad for my wallet! I had to get all the different puzzles he made! He also gave me some photo's that I good share!
This is a Photo from the production from a year! He took a month of from his work to do most of his creations. Some puzzles took him 50 hours to build. To me that is fast, but from the way he told it I got the idea that this is a long time for Tony. He uses the Eastsheen 4x4x4 and 5x5x5 to build these
All the puzzle of Tony Fisher are of high quality, have great vinyl stickers and turn excellent after lubrication with 100% silicone spray (not oil based). However, if you never lubricated a cube DO NOT lubricate the Fisher Puzzles, experiment on a normal cube first! They turn fine without lubrication but you might scratch the cubies when turning.
4x4x5 Tony Fisher 2003
This is the 4x4x5 Tony Fisher, it is a fully functional 4x4x5, the kernel is a 5x5x5 Eastsheen.
My personal record to solve the 4x4x5 is 7:53.95.
This is some detail from the building states
3x3x4 Tony Fisher 2003
This is a this is a fully functional 3x3x4, the kernel is a 4x4x4 Eastsheen
2x3x4 Tony Fisher 2003
This is a this is a fully functional 2x3x4, the kernel is a 4x4x4 Eastsheen
2x2x4 Tony Fisher 2003
This is a this is a fully functional 2x2x4