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'Real' V-Cube 3A 5x5x5 bandaged and sanded into a 3x3x3 to make pieces like a V-cube 3 has in their patent.
1-2-3 CubeA bandaged 5x5x5 that behaves doctrinaire.
1x5x5 (Bandaged 5x5x5)A bandaged 5x5x5 which successfully emulates a 5x5 Floppy.

2-Layer Penrose CubeA bandaged 5x5x5 with a shape modified like the Penrose Cube.
2x3x5 (Bandaged 5x5x5)A bandaged 5x5x5 variation that tries to simulate a 2x3x5, but is a completely different puzzle.
3x3x3 DainovaA stickerless 5x5x5 bandaged by gluing bracket with holes on the pieces.

3x3x3-90 (Bandaged 5x5x5)A bandaged 5x5x5 variation that emulates a restricted 3x3x3.
3x3x5 (bandaged 5x5x5) Version 1Bandaged standard 5x5x5 cube by Tony Fisher and Anthony Greenhill.
3x3x5 (bandaged 5x5x5) Version 2Bandaged standard 5x5x5 cube by Anthony Greenhill.

3x3x5 (bandaged 5x5x5) Version 3A bandaged 5x5x5 which pattern looks like a strange 3x3x5
3x3x5 Edge-breakerA bandaged 5x5x5 somewhere half-way to the 3x5x5.
3x4x5 (bandaged 5x5x5)5x5x5 with three cuts completely "deleted" by bandaging.

3x4x5 Floppy I-cube ExtremeA bandaged 5x5x5 with three layers removed on two sides.
3x4x5 i-CubeA 5x5x5 bandaged and truncated into something akin a 3x4x5.
3x5x5 (bandaged 5x5x5)5x5x5 with two cuts completely "deleted" by bandaging.

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