# Gan Megaminx Overview | Everything You Need to Know

#### Matt—

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How expensive do you think it will be? This looks awesome

#### Matt—

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Thanks! I reckon around $60 -$80.
Woah, too expensive for me. And anyway, I don’t practice Megaminx

#### xyzzy

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>puzzle in the video isn't even the Gan mega
>thumbnail has a promotional pic of the Gan mega
>pictures used in the video are from early prototypes
>almost completely speculation about the puzzle

why is this video

#### ROEVOSS

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>puzzle in the video isn't even the Gan mega
>thumbnail has a promotional pic of the Gan mega
>pictures used in the video are from early prototypes
>almost completely speculation about the puzzle

why is this video
This video is supposed to be what features the cube will have when it's released. It is not a review.

#### Numberwhizz 13

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Feliks was using it at Weston-Super Mare.
In his video for the Oceanic record description it says cube gan megaminx prototype.

#### Erik

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I had the chance to briefly try it out at WSM. It's very light. The indentations are good for grip although you have to get used to them. Turning is great, it's better than the Galaxy V2 M. Also it's less 'gummy', during algs you lockup less.
If only it'd come with brown plastic as well..... [still loves original mefferts colour scheme]

#### ROEVOSS

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I had the chance to briefly try it out at WSM. It's very light. The indentations are good for grip although you have to get used to them. Turning is great, it's better than the Galaxy V2 M. Also it's less 'gummy', during algs you lockup less.
If only it'd come with brown plastic as well..... [still loves original mefferts colour scheme]
Interesting

#### BMcD308

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Now that it appears to be available at retail, does anyone have it? Preferably someone with a Galaxy V2 to compare.

#### CuberStache

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Now that it appears to be available at retail, does anyone have it? Preferably someone with a Galaxy V2 to compare.
I have a review I'll be posting on my channel soon, but as a sub-40 solver I prefer the V2 LM.