Magnetic puzzles have become much of a norm at this stage of cubing, and are now sought after by cubers of all proficiency levels. The advantages of magnetic cubes are many, but they mainly aid in increasing the stability of turning, and improving the alignment capability of the layers with each other.
Magnets of different strengths are placed in different parts of the cube, in order to facilitate a balance between the turning of different layers.
So, many cubers may prefer to have their own magnet strengths in different types of pieces within the puzzles, which is why this collection houses a few of the common magnets used in twisty puzzles today. All magnets used in twisty puzzles are made of Neodymium, and are extremely reliable and durable.
Cube Magnets Classification
The magnets are classified based on their strength, and a higher number implies a higher magnet strength. For example, an N52 magnet will be stronger than an N30 magnet by 22 units of magnetic strength.