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Budget 3x3 comparison

Which of the following is the best budget 3x3?

  • Cubing Classroom mf3rs2

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  • Cubing Classroom rs3

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  • Yuxin Kylin v2 M

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#21
K how is this:
YLM with 4x2 n35
MF3RS2 with 4x2 n35
DNM.

And I might get a gan x, but I want to do this as a project for myself. Maybe in a few weeks I will have enough cash again to buy a gan X....
 
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K how is this:
YLM with 4x2 n35
MF3RS2 with 4x2 n35
DNM.

And I might get a gan x, but I want to do this as a project for myself. Maybe in a few weeks I will have enough cash again to buy a gan X....
I agree on ylm. Haven't tried mf3rs2M though.
I guess it has changed a lot, since WR M and GAN X are not included. Yuxin Little Magic M and mf3rs2M can still be main contender though.
 
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#24
Different batches of YLM come in different shades. Local bought YLM had bright orange and blue. The one ordered from cubezz arrived with dark orange and purple (instead of blue).
 
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Ok here is my current order, due for inspection: YLM, rs2m, and 2 sets of magnets. And some silk
If you have never magnetized a puzzle, I would recommend getting a meilong 3x3 along with your order for you to learn how to magnetize a 3x3. It is so cheap that it isn't a pain to mess it up and if you do that successfully, it is a very good puzzle.
 
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If you have never magnetized a puzzle, I recommend getting a meilong 3x3 along with your order for you to learn how to magnetize a 3x3. It is so cheap that it isn't a pain to mess it up and if you do that successfully, it is a very good puzzle.
I'll see. It's like 15 bucks with magnets. And right now it's sold out at speedcube.com.au
 
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