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[Help Thread] Magnet Help

MEF227

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Ok so I am trying to do something. I want to take the magnets out of my Yuxin Kylin V2 M and put them in my Yuxin Little Magic. I prefer the feel of my Yuxin Little Magic and feel that the magnets would help out. My issue is that the magnets in the Yuxin Kylin are superglued in the puzzle (as most magnets are). Does anyone know how I could get the magnets removed? If so, that would be very helpful. I have provided photos of what the pieces look like on the inside with the magnets in there. 1st image is the corner, 2nd is the edge.7BB05280-C8C7-40BE-8733-C2BDA5A47A4A.jpeg1478EB63-B3DB-4960-8B1A-E6D3E16977B3.jpeg
 

MEF227

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If you really want to magnetize your yuxin little magic, then use new magnets. As for what the magnet is I would email yuxin.

P.S. Welcome to the speedsolving forums!
I might just order new ones like you said. Would thecubicle.com have them or would it be better to order from amazon?
 

Bamboo Cuber

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I might just order new ones like you said. Would thecubicle.com have them or would it be better to order from amazon?
Cubicle has a kit, and I recommend that for beginners, amazon is for people who understand magnetizing a cube very well. One thing I would recommend is to research A LOT, as when I tried to magnetize a valk 3, I superglued the magnet to the outside of the cube on accident, so you should be neat when doing it. Cubicle has a little magic M that is only 20$, and it comes lubed as well.
 

MEF227

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Cubicle has a kit, and I recommend that for beginners, amazon is for people who understand magnetizing a cube very well. One thing I would recommend is to research A LOT, as when I tried to magnetize a valk 3, I superglued the magnet to the outside of the cube on accident, so you should be neat when doing it. Cubicle has a little magic M that is only 20$, and it comes lubed as well.
I will likely get some magnets and magnetize the cube after research, I don’t feel like buying a new cube. I like putting lubicle black in my puzzles to help the feel. Thanks for the help.
 
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