Sorta debating over Moyu Aosu and Cyclone Boys G4 right now for a new 4x4.
The G4 is so much cheaper that it's really tempting to get it, but if its performance is a lot worse than Aosu, I might just reconsider. Any recommendations?
I've heard of CB G4 being really fast, and I've tried a Yuxin before from a friend, which was already way faster than I can control; I average around 10 seconds slower on the Yuxin.
So I'm kind of hesitant on buying really fast 4x4s, since they've proven to be not my type in the past :|
Good 4x4s right now?
My old Aosu is kinda dying on me unfortunately; its sluggish, locky, and worst of all, it's popping all the time.
So, I want a new 4x4. Haven't really been keeping up with 4x4 market at all, since my Aosu was so good that I didn't even consider replacing it; but now that...
If it comes down to it, I might have to ask them about it, yes. Perhaps I should buy another one? I just don't want to waste 30 dollars getting one that's just going to result in the same performance as this one.
I'm not too sure about that, after realizing how often it pops, I set my tensions very tight. This may be the main cause for its sluggishness, but even on looser tensions the cube still retains its unpleasant sluggish feel and it pops a lot more often.
Possible Defective Moyu Aosu, Help?
My Moyu Aosu is a great cube, don't get me wrong, and it's no doubt the best on the market now. However, it doesn't live up to my expectations and I really think that there's something wrong with my cube. It's far better than my Shengshou 4x4, but it is not...
Hey everyone, I'm relatively new to the forums. Just introducing myself and giving background info.
So I started cubing around 8 months ago, when I got tired of seeing a scrambled Rubik's cube sitting on my shelf for so long. I took it, looked up a tutorial and followed Dan Brown's video to...