The MoYu Crazy Windmill Cube (also called Crazy FengHuoLun cube) is a more challenging variant of the original 3x3 Windmill Cube. It turns smoothly right out of the box, and the turning mechanism is based on the SuLong.
Please note that the transparent pink variant more closely resembles a transparent purple in normal light.
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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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This cube, when put on top of a flashlight, glows really brilliantly. Probably one of my favorite puzzles just for this. On top of that, the cube itself is actually fun.
This cube turns well and is always a pleasant and weird solve, which is what I love
I enjoyed this solve, it's a great irregular 3x3, but some of the stickers are small and come off easily. I would have enjoyed it better in a stickerless option.
Puzzle turns great, really fun to solve, don't know why but something about it made me like it way more than most puzzles of its type. I have one problem: the name. Wouldn't it be way better to call it the tilted windmill? Because, you know, Don Quixote. Wasted opportunity imo.
Turns well, and provides an interesting modification to a familiar puzzle.
I received this cube and it is fun to play with but it’s very bad quality. Stickers fell off instantly and it makes a very loud noise when turning.
Excellent addition to my collection and the blue plastic makes this stand out In my desk
I challenge you solve this one with CFOP and not layer by layer haha
I got the transparent purple. This cube is one of my favorite 3x3 mod. It’s like an easier ghost cube. Get it if you want a little more challenge than a standard 3x3. It also turns pretty well out of the box.
Wow! Why is such an amazing puzzle on clearance?
I love the appearance of the transparent purplish hue when I hold it up to a light source.
After reading all of the other reviews it's nice to see that I'm not alone in my appreciation of this cube.
It's a great puzzle for anyone who is looking for something more interesting beyond the classic 3x3.
I got this over a month ago but just started solving it recently. It's a quite fun puzzle to solve, performing almost exactly like a 3x3, except for the double T-Perm needed to fix the center twist that sometimes occurs at the end. It wasn't very difficult to figure out, but was certainly interesting to solve it and have a sort of confused moment when the rest of it was solved but the center was twisted. I was lucky to have found a tutorial for that part. Overall, the turning and cornercutting is fairly average, but about on par with a shapeshifting puzzle similar to the Windmill Cube and Fisher Cube. The only problem that I have with it is that the center caps occasionally pop out when solving, but it is nothing that can't be easily fixed.