I have slightly bigger hands than normal (My football gloves are XXL) and I don't like how hard r and u moves are on the smaller 4x4s and causes a lot of lockups during centers and parity that I don't get on bigger 4x4s, 60mm is probably the smallest I can go without feeling like its too smallI like the GTS2 more as well, but the 61 mm is annoying, if they made it in 59 mm it would be great.
Trust me, It is. The feeling is so unique and worth checking out for only like 20 bucks. Its feel is kind of a pillowy and papery kind of thing but I don't think there is a feasible way to describe the feeling of it. OOTB it sucks because of too much lube but if you get one that is pre-setup it's very nice.I like my two "expensive" cubes: Cubicle Labs Little Magic M (light quick snapping turning with strong magnets and excellent corner cutting) and Pro Shop GTS2M (solid, very stable, smooth).
I've kinda seen the Tengyun has a cult following. I'd like to try it out someday to see if it really is as smooth and quiet as rumor has it
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