The Cube can be solved in twenty moves, but how fast can you do it? Since the first official world record of 22,95 seconds in 1982, there have been a huge development. In July 2023 the World Record: 3,13 seconds was set by Max Parks. The improved design of the Rubik´s Speed Cube now uses magnets to add stability and act as a positioning system, to help align the Cube for the next twists and less fiddly turns. The speed Cube features a stronger core and has a mechanism designed to make it faster, smoother and more reliable than ever. No more frustrating snagging or popping core. The Speed Cube comes pre-lubricated to help you get faster times, and more lube can be added when needed (extra lube not included). The traditional stickers have been replaced with original and eco-friendly ABS material, which means no fading, no peeling and most importantly no cheating. Glossy tiles with a good grip for the classic look.