Cuber’s Home magnetic core kits are available today for the following cubes:
Do you not want to do the assembly yourself? We also sell pre-assembled cubes:
Cuber’s Home Weilong WR M 2021 MagLev (coming soon!)
How to assemble a Cuber’s Home kit
NOTE! Be careful not to break fragile parts or get glue inside your cube. Our warranty does not cover damage that you cause when you modify your cube.
- Disassemble the cube.
- Unscrew two opposite center pieces. See how it works on the Tornado V2 further down the page.*
- Take the two larger parts that come with your Cuber’s Home kit and attach them to each other on top of the core. Make sure you orient them correctly so that they match against each other. The two hooks on the pieces should not overlap.
- Take one of the smallest parts with only one magnet and apply glue to the tip and the small platform from which it protrudes (opposite side of the magnet). Then push the glued part into the root of the corner piece, so that the magnet points outwards. See an example in the image gallery.
- Let the glue dry thoroughly. Read the instructions on your glue to see how long it takes for the glue to dry properly. If it has not dried completely, the magnetic force will pull out your magnet piece when you assemble the cube. If that happens you can get glue inside the cube and thus basically destroy it.
- Assemble the cube and you’re done!
If you have questions or need help with something, you can contact customer service here. We are happy to help!
* The center pieces on the Tornado V2 do not have a screw head for a screwdriver. To remove a center piece, you must therefore use pliers. Grab the head of what looks like a nail, with your pliers. Hold with the pliers and turn the whole cube clockwise. (So that the screw is unscrewed, counterclockwise). NOTE! When screwing the center back, DO NOT screw until the limit. If you screw it in too far, it will be difficult to unscrew it again. Look at other center pieces to see how far in you should screw.