The TengYun V2 M is a updated 2x2 design from DaYan. This puzzle now features a new magnet layout (edge/center rather than corner/corner) and a new spring compression adjustment mechanism.
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Please note that some new cubes when being used for the first few times may experience what is termed a "pop". This is when one or more parts of a puzzle pop out without any damage actually being done to any of the pieces. This also occurs from time to time during normal usage. Pops are typically not considered a defect if the parts which come off can be reassembled by hand.
The corners on 2x2 puzzles should not be twisted as doing so may snap the piece. Damage caused by corner twisting is not considered to be a defect.
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This 2×2 is exactly what I wanted out of a cube. It's easy to adjust and it's smooth and quiet. This is easily my best feeling and performing 2×2.
Turns well, corner cutting = amazing.
The thing is, the mechanism is awful, and is the only reason this is not five-stars. Whenever a center accidentally turns without its respective edges, the edges get all messed up. Some edges have these little clips on them, that go in their respective spots. They get misplaced and the cube needs to be taken completely apart to fix it. It's a pain to put back together. Would recommend, but take this into consideration. It literally pops once every few days, at least. Will post a picture (at least when it pops again)
I've been using them for a couple weeks and I've already broke my pb for 3x3 and 2x2
I love this thing I had the version one of this before it was my main before my friend accidentally broke. It wasn’t his fault or the cubes… anyways, I would definitely recommend this and one thing about this that I love is how quiet the cube is it turns very well out of the box and once it gets lubed up and fit to your liking it’s a beast. I really recommend buying this if you have the cash. I consistently get new PB’s with it. I love it.
The cube is quiet and controllable. I also broke my pb on my first try! Highly recommended
I love how gast they ship it and I think the cube is great
I bought this 2x2 because I the Mgc elite was to slow for me. Out of the box the tengyun felt amazing after lubing it with weight 1 mystic and dnm37 it felt even better but I was locking up way to much even after I loosened the cube. What I ended up doing was adding looser springs to the Mgc elite to make it faster.
I still think that this cube is an amazing choice if you can turn accurately.
Great 2x2 with amazing corner cutting and smooth feel. Not the best ootb but after tensioning it’s great.
The last time I upgraded my 2x2 was around 2015 with the Moyu LingPo (I think that's what it was anyways). I never felt the need to upgrade because it felt pretty good, and I wasn't at my max potential anyways (I cubed very casually for quite a while). However, I thought it'd be nice to try something new since it had been so long. I don't think anything can blow me away like the first time I tried the WitEden WitTwo Type C (coming from a blocky V-Cube 2). I still had some of my best averages with that cube. The LingPo was a minor upgrade compared to that, and I would consider the TengYun still yet a minor upgrade. It's a nice cube, cuts corners fairly well, and doesn't lockup too much. The best thing about this cube compared to those older cubes, for me, is the magnets. I rarely, if ever, get +2. No matter how carelessly I drop it, it doesn't ever seem to misalign. It feels very stable. The spring compression adjustment is a bit strange. I'm not sure if I even understand it correctly, although it seemed to work as intended when I did adjust it. It's hard for me to read the numbers on each side, though. I like that the screws don't rub against the plastic on this cube. A problem I had with the LingPo is that, even with regular cleaning and lubricating, the screws would always dig into the plastic and get gunked up with lube/plastic dust. This cube came fairly dry, so I lubed it almost immediately to mitigate any plastic dust build up issues. I'm not sure what others use for 2x2 lubricants, but I added a bit of Gravitas between the internal edge/center surfaces, as well as on top of the internal edges. I also added a few drops of silk to further smooth things out, and some speedy/DNM-37 to speed things back up a bit. I might have also added a bit of weight 5 to the screws. (Maru and weight 5 are my tried and true lubricant combo, but Gravitas, silk, and DNM-37 have grown on me quite a bit. I'd highly recommend giving them a try). I've gotten quite good times with this cube. I still haven't beaten my (unofficial) pb's, but that's probably more to do with lack of practice than performance of the cube. It definitely feels like a worthy successor, and I probably won't upgrade again for quite a while (but you probably could have guessed that). It's not a big deal to me since I don't buy loads of cubes, but I suppose it's a bit on the pricey side compared to other options. I don't find it unreasonable, though. We're kind of spoiled these days with the price/performance ratio of cubes.