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This page lists the official world records for a variety of cubes. Please feel free to edit this page if it is out of date.
Single: 0.58 seconds (set by Rami Sbahi at Canadian Open 2015)
Average: 1.51 seconds (set by Lucas Etter at Musik City 2015)
Single: 4.69 seconds (set by 15 year old Patrick Ponce at Valley at Middletown, Virginia 2017)
Average: 6.54 seconds (set by Feliks Zemdegs at Melbourne Cube Day 2013)
Single: 21.54 seconds (set by Feliks Zemdegs at China Championship 2015)
Average: 26.03 seconds (set by Sebastian Weyer at German Nationals 2014)
Single: 46.97 seconds (set by Feliks Zemdegs at the Melbourne Cube Day 2015)
Average: 50.15 seconds (set by Feliks Zemdegs at Melbourne Cube Day 2015)
Single: 1.33.55 minutes (set by Kevin Hays at Indiana 2015)
Average: 1.43.83 minutes (set by Feliks Zemdegs at Melbourne Cube Day 2015)
Single: 2.23.55 minutes (set by Feliks Zemdegs at the World Championship 2015)
Average: 2.33.73 minutes (set by Feliks Zemdegs at the World Championship 2015)
Rubik's Cube Blindfolded Edit
Single: 21.05 seconds (set by Kaigun Ling at China Championship 2015)
Average: 25.45 seconds (set by Macin Kolawoczyk at Berlin Summer Cube Day 2015)
Rubik's Cube One-handed Edit
Single: 6.88 seconds (set by Feliks Zemdegs at Canbera Autumn 2015)
Average: 10.87 seconds (set by Antoine Cantin at Toronto Spring 2015)
Rubik's Cube Fewest Moves Edit
19 moves (set by Tim Wong at Irvine Fall 2015)
Rubik's Cube With Feet Edit
Single: 20.57 seconds (set by Jakub Kipta)
Average: 28.41 seconds (set by Gabriel Pereria Campanha)
Tony Fisher, 5.7mm on a side (1/10 the size of a regular cube in linear dimensions, 1/1000th the volume). April 2016.
Smallest you can buyEdit
The Maru Nano Cube, 15mm on a side. Available in several versions including black and luminous. (Seven Towns do a Rubik-brand one which they claim is the world's smallest, but theirs is 22mm.)
Largest operable by handEdit
Tony Fisher again, 1.57m on a side. April 2016. (Note that the University of Minnesota's claim to this title is false and disingenuous; their cube is only 1m–1.2m on a side, and they were aware of the Fisher example, but basically said "it's not ours so it doesn't count".)
In Knoxville, Tennessee. No longer functional.
A building in Austria whose multicolour LED floodlighting can be controlled from a panel a short distance away.
Largest you can buyEdit
180mm on a side. Details needed, please add them.
Largest number of solved statesEdit
The Molecube (aka Ball Sudoku Cube), which has 80.
As of 2 December 2017:
- Official: Over the Top by Oskar Van Deventer.
- Unofficial: as-yet-unnamed 33×33×33 by Greg Pfennig. (Official confirmation applied for.)
Highest order you can buyEdit
The 13x13x13. There have been rumours for several months of mass-produced 15x15x15 and 17x17x17 puzzles, but so far nothing has come of these.
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