Also I notice the MF3RS3 is for sale at £6 on BritCubes, same price as the Yulong.I think the MF3RS is also a good option(haven't tried it though)
That review is exactly why I doubted the Yulong to be the best I could find at its price point.i dont know much about the yulong v2 m.
£8 at KewbzUK, not available at Britcubes :/maybe try the kylin v2 m
My sister has an MF3RS (that I set up for her), and like @TheLegend12 said, the tensions have to be loosened (about a half turn) and you should put a drop or 2 of lube in it (I used Mystic, but I'm not sure what else works). After that, it became very good. I could get almost normal times on it.I think the MF3RS is also a good option(haven't tried it though)
I chose the MF3RS3 (£6). I guess performance will be similar anyway.I hav the mf3rs2, ylm and tried yulong.
In my opinon the yulong is the best out of these. Though it does corner twist.
Yes, id know it says mf3rs not mf3rs2
Kylin not available at the store I’m looking at, and the others aren’t as cheap as the MF3RS3Go for the ktlin. TH eyulong is good but feels not great, the YLM is very nice but unstable cos no magnets, and I haven't tried the MFS
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|Selling a Cubicle Labs Yulong V2. Taking offers!||Buy, Sell, Trade||1|
|Giving away a YJ YuLong V2 M to keep spirits up!||General Speedcubing Discussion||112|
|YuLong v2 M Pyraminx Review!||Puzzle Video Gallery||0|
|P||[Help Thread] Yulong v2 m x Mf3RS2||Cubing Help & Questions||3|
|Unboxing the Yuxin Kylin V2M and YJ Yulong V2M!||Puzzle Video Gallery||4|