Ok, thanks for your recommendation, I will try the Valk M, the mass-produced one! I will try to set it up too, thank you so much!I also like how fun it is to setup puzzles(will never setup anything bigger than 3x3 myself won't even setup 2x2 due to the fiddly mechanism) lol
I have heard that the yuxin little magic m is similar to the Valk MMF3Rs2 is not like the valk at all. They might be good cubes, but they don't have similar feelings.
I think that the MF3Rs2 feels similar to a Weilong GTS, with the exception being that the GTS is fast and the MF3Rs2 is slow. They both have similar feeling plastic and similar flexibility. I don't think I would recommend it because it's fairly old and a little unstable, but still a good cube.
QiYi stickerless shades are actually just about as good as they get, I just like mine a little moreDon't you like the shades on stickerless valk?
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