The MoYu AoSu 4x4 WR M is the successor to the wildly successful MoYu AoSu GTS2 M. This 4x4 magnetic speed cube features a new, smaller, and more controllable size at 59mm, as well as, an updated positioning system and new stickerless bright shades!
- MoYu AoSu 4x4 WR M
- Extra magnets
- Assorted MoYu pamphlets
AKA: AoSu 4x4 WRM
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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.
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My new favorite 4x4.
The day i bought this cube I broke my pb. The magnet strength is perfect, the color shades are really nice, and the outer layers are very fast.
I really like the compact size of this 4x4. 1 millimeter may seem like not a big difference but holding it in your hands is really satisfying. It has smooth and really fast turning. The only problem I have with this cube is if I turn too harshly it makes the small inner bracket dislodge. This can be easily fixed by tightening it a little. Mine is probably defected though because there was a noticeable mark on the red green white corner. This isn’t that big of a problem though.
This is the second 4x4 I ever owned, the first was some random 4x4 I ordered here years ago. This cube is very nice. It is smooth and the magnet strength is nice. Go for this instead of the gts2m
To preface this, I've been maining the Valk 4 Strong Edition for about 6 months before getting this. Upon unboxing, the first thing I noticed was how much lighter this felt in comparison to the Valk, but also in a way cheaper. It felt less premium out of the box compared to the Aochaung WRM, which I just got a week earlier. Regardless, it was a little fast for me in the stock set-up, and noticeably faster than the Valk. I didn't find the size difference to be all too impactful. That being said, my times have dropped by around 10 seconds, which is probably a mix of this cube and me actually practicing 4x4 somewhat seriously. I set it up with a few drops of Compound X and Mystic, which has drastically reduced the somewhat cheap feeling, and has gotten it to a good speed for me. My one gripe with the cube is that the inner layer magnets are rather weak in comparison to my Valk, which leads to some decently ugly lock-ups on OLL parity. However, compared with the lock-ups I would get on 3x3 stage on my Valk, it's much less. So overall, I would recommend this to people with disappointingly small hands such as myself, or those who are actively looking for a new 4x4 main. If you're content with your current main, I don't see a great need to get this.
I bought the stickerless version (because I'm a stickler for stickerless) It feels like my old WeiLong GTS3 M in terms of... crinkly jiggly feeling. Like, it feels sorta smooth, but when you turn fast, it's deform-y, jiggly, and maybe too loose. I'm going to tighten it, use it a lot, and see if it becomes better with breaking in just like my Aosu GTS2M.
Been using the same Rubik's Revenge that I got as a kid in 1982. It was broken in (or so I thought), so I never upgraded. It got to where my old cube started falling apart with every turn, so I bought a newer Rubik's brand tiled cube and it is just terrible. Turning on one side forces the other side to turn, which doesn't allow any type of fun or quick solves. I decided to replace a lot (most) of my old puzzles and went with the "MoYu AoSu 4x4 WR M" based on the reviews here and I am blown away with everything this puzzle has to offer. Smooth turning, QUIET, corner cutting, size, everything. It is much smaller than the Rubik's brand, but that is a good thing as far as I'm concerned. I got the stickered version and the colors are amazing. I feel like a kid again. I just wish I hadn't waited almost 40 years to replace my old puzzles. Hats off to The Cubicle for offering these amazing puzzles at amazing prices. Thank you!
Sometimes, it is never too late to review a cube that is purchased 4 months ago. Anyways, the MoYu AoSu WR M is a 59mm 4x4 that cost 43 US dollars. My version of this cube is the Pro Shop, but it's still the same thing as the stock version. Out of the box, the feeling of this cube felt very gummy (because it's a premium tailored cube) and slow along with a hint of softness in turning. Once I broke this cube in, it became a very fast, stable, and soft feeling that reminded me of older MoYu 4x4s like the original AoSu. Along with that, the 59mm size is very comfortable to hold once I got used to it. In case you are wondering, is this any better than the AoSu GTS2? Well, there are 3 differences. First, he WR M had me spamming TPS more due to being more stable and softer than the GTS2. Secondly, the WR is more compact than the GTS2 and that allows it for more comfortability in handling. Lastly, the feeling of the GTS2 is more effortless to turn than the WR M (which is why I turn more faster and aggressively on the WR M). Also, there is one similarity in the 2 4x4s is the speed and on par stability. I have expericed no lockups and pops. Overall, people's turning styles may vary on the WR M and I recommend you to not force yourself buying one if you already feel comfortable using your perferred cube.. This is a well-built cube and I highly reccomend it.
So iv been buying up budget 4x4sover and over a new one every month or two.. Found a couple worth keeping. It seems every 4x4 i tried just didn't impresses me. Just all bad...I was skeptical about spending over 40$on a 4x4 that probably was going to disappoint like all the others.
I can HONESTLY say this 4x4 did NOT disappoint me! It's outer layers turn similar feel like a 3x3, rather fast. The inners are strong and they stay together when middle slicing if done correctly. The pll parity works well.
This is a instant main. Yes, It is expensive but if your actually serious about 4x4 this is necessary.
I don't have any budget 4x4 that can compare to this. I highly recommend this awesome 4x4.
I was trying to pick between this and the GTS 2 M and ended up going with this one and I'm so happy with it!
The size is perfect and the cube is really smooth and fast.
The magnets really make a difference and they are way stronger on the inner layers than the outer ones which is a good noticeable difference that I like.
This is by far the best cube on the market as of now and I would recommend it to anyone that's looking to get into 4x4!