Mf3r3M is supposed to be good.hey guys, i was just looking around and am thinking of getting a new 3x3. Christmas i still a few months away, and i wish i had the money for a gan x, but i don't. any mid-priced, good cubes, (preferably in aud) that you can recommend?
NOTE: i could well be getting a gan x for Christmas but right now its the 8/8.
NOTE: i think i will also get yj mgc m 2x2, as i have a qiyi qidi s at the moment.
The Yuxin Kylin V2 M is a very nice budget / mid-priced 3x3. It is stable, sturdy and with very strong magnets gives very tactile feedback. I'm not sure about the magnet strength (I have yet to measure it) but I would put it as slightly weaker than the ShengShou Mr. M. The tiles are a nice balance between the durability of a stickerless puzzle and the recognition of a stickered puzzle, with the slight increase in grip that tiles bring to the edges.
I have quite a few high-end puzzles and I use the Kylin for about an hour a day on the train to work as it is also very quiet. Additionally, the puzzle doesn't seem to need a lot of lube to operate smootly and actually doesn't seem to change much when lube is applied, although a core lube will aid the smoothness and durability of the puzzle.
The only bad thing about the Kylin V2 M is that it has plastic washers for the springs to rest on and they are a very unusual size, which makes replacing them difficult.[/QUOTE/] I think I said this but if I didn't I have a yj Yulong and I've heard the kylin and the mr m are similar rating to the Yulong, but not as good.
Yes. You may refer to the Speed Cubes Recommendation List here.is the yuxin little magic line worth buying? for the bigger cubes at least, i just want to make cutoffs for 567 that's all. They are like the only budget magnetic big cubes i can actually afford, the rest would be flagships which aren't worth it for me.
Omg, I didn't know that prices had been changed this much. 55$ for Gan. Thank you for your suggestions, I'll be looking for all of themorder of how good they are within the price categories
If you are on a budget- Cheap- MGCv2 M, Yulong V2 M, Kylin V2 M, MF3RS3M, Little Magic M
If you want a good cube, and don’t want to spend all your money on the best on the market- Good- Gan 354 M, Yuexiao Pro M, Tengyun M, GTS2M, GTS3M, Valk M, Valk Power M, MF3RS2M,
The best cubes on the market, perfect in every aspect- Great- Yuxin Huanglong M, Gan X, Weilong Wrm
This is all my opinion, so it might not be true for you
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