#### GAN 356 X

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As someone who owns a gan x and uses as my main, I have not experienced any such problem so far

#### Atomixcc

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I was wondering if anyone knew of any good budget cubes that would suit a aggressive style(I am very aggressive with my cubing) and I could take almost anywhere. I am hoping for a 3x3. Can you also keep in mind the shipping costs and how easy it is to set up.
Help would be very much appreciated. Thank you

I want a budget 3x3 that locks up as little as possible and suits a agressive style

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#### Iwannaganx

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Yj Yulong V2 M. For me, better than the YLM but those are the only budget cubes I've tried. The Yulong is over 10AUD tho..

#### Atomixcc

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does the m stand for magnetic?

Thank you! I have had a closer look at the cube and will probably buy it unless a better cube comes up. In the meantime I am learning Roux does anyone know good tutorials or algorithms for Roux?

#### Triangles_are_cubers

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You should get a YJ Yulong v2 M (already mentioned) or a Yuxin Kylin v2.

You can also get a Meilong or a Yuxin Little Magic if you happened to find the magnetized.

#### Iwannaganx

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Again, I think the Yulong.

#### Bamboo Cuber

So recently I sold some of my cubes, and I made about 60$off of the entire ordeal, and I want to get a new 3x3 and 4x4. I was wondering if I should wait for the Gan xs or just get the X right now. Also any suggestions for 4x4s? My total budget is about 75 but could go up to 80. #### Skittleskp ##### Member WRm is better in my opinion. I have an X but prefer the WRm. Or wait for XS, try it, decide XS or WRm. #### Tabe ##### Member So recently I sold some of my cubes, and I made about 60$ off of the entire ordeal, and I want to get a new 3x3 and 4x4. I was wondering if I should wait for the Gan xs or just get the X right now. Also any suggestions for 4x4s? My total budget is about 75 but could go up to 80.
Get the Aosu GTS2M for 4x4.

#### Milo Black

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have you considered the yupo v2m?

#### Zain_A24

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Get the Aosu GTS2M for 4x4.
Or the Aosu WR M 4x4 if smaller cubes are your thing (59mm 4x4)

#### GAN 356 X

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I am looking to buy a new 2x2 as my friend broke my MGC recently, but he payed me back. I have narrowed it down to the Valk 2 LM or Dayan Tengyun. What do you recommend?

#### GAN 356 X

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I want to know what is the best 3 by 3
A lot of people agree the Gan x is superior, but others think that the WRM from Moyu or GTS3M or GTS2M is better. With Qiyi coming out with the Wuwei, it may all change soon

#### CrabbyCuber

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Hey guys, I’m not in the us but wanted to get scs’s halloween pack cuz it looks great, and to avoid paying pricey shipping twice, I waned to get myself a new 3x3, with PVC coating. Only their cosmic or supernova cubes can come with pvc coating, but I don’t want to spend heaps. I definitely want to get it magnetic tho, so I don’t have to magnetise it myself (I seem to not be great at that). I was leaning towards the Yulong V2 M, as I like my normal version and it’s cheap. Anyone tried that in particular before, or have experience with SCS custom cubes or pvc coating?

Oh and in terms of my cubing ability, I average right around 20 secs on 3x3 but pb is 12.9, and my cubes get a decent bit of use so wanting a cube that can stand a while and still be good. (My self-magnetised gan air has clocked at least 7000 solves by now and is still great, need a cube to live up to that age mark, at least a couple years).
Oh, and my turning style is relatively high tps, slightly rough (but working on that!) and is appreciative of easy corner cutting.

Any input would be highly appreciated!
Cheers!

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#### AbsoRuud

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These two really stand out in my opinion. Same price, very good cubes. Including PVC coating, they're gonna run about 55 dollars. In my opinion the YuLong V2M is very nice, but I wouldn't get a 13 dollar puzzle and then slap a 25 dollar coating on it. I'd rather just buy two extra puzzles for that price.