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Which Rubik's Cube-Inspired Table Do You Prefer?

Which Rubik's Cube-Inspired Table Do You Prefer?

The Jellio Rubik's Cube Table ($600, left) looks just like the real thing: a tribute to the '80s. Despite its authentic looks, it actually doesn't twist, which doesn't fly well in my book. If I'm going to own a table that parades as a functioning Rubik's cube, I'd at least prefer one with a more palatable palette, like the Generate Ruby Cube ($399, right).Like the real thing better? Check out these luxury Rubik's cubes.

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Alissa-TG Alissa-TG 7 years
I agree with amlovaffair - it depends on what you are using the table for. Personally, in a living room, I like the idea of multi=purpose ottomans over a table.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
I don't really like either for me, but I also think the Jellio one would be cute in a play room.
starangel82 starangel82 7 years
Neither, but picking it'd be Generate.
ehadams ehadams 7 years
Cute! But only worth the price if they actually moved.
emalove emalove 7 years
No to both of them...I hate Rubik's cubes.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
I don't really like either but if I had to pick-the one on the right.
amloveaffair amloveaffair 7 years
I actually like both for different reasons. The first one would be cute for a kids room or just a fun room and the 2nd would be cute for any other room!
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