- Dec 19, 2019
question 1 short answer text what do you think about the speedcubing brand GanCube?
I think they're overpriced. I've tried a couple Gan cubes and haven't really got a setup that I really like. I think they're good for rough turners and the older ones (before frosted plastic) would probably be good for competing because the pressure causes you to turn rougher and faster. Also I hate frosted plastic so I don't see myself going to get any new Gan cubesquestion 1 short answer text what do you think about the speedcubing brand GanCube?
That's the nice thing about screws, you can make it whatever you want.I wanted to add that one game changer about GAN cubes for me is the removal of the tighter GES nuts a while back. I know GAN felt like they were unnecessary but the yellow GES nuts (the tightest as of now) are just too loose for me. If they would add even one setting of GES nuts that's tighter than yellow, I would likely purchase the 354 V2, as I really liked the 354 except that it didn't have a GES setting tight enough.
yeah but the thing is if I have loose springs in a cube, then if I make the cube even loose enough to corner cut 45° the cube will just fall apart in my hand. If I have tight springs in a cube, I can make the cube loose enough to cut about anywhere and the cube will still be stable.That's the nice thing about screws, you can make it whatever you want.
yup I totally agree. The crispy, crunchy feel of their cubes, especially big cubes, is just unmatched.if i could i would be sponsored by qiyi
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