YJ YuChuang 5x5 V2 M
The YJ YuChuang 5x5 V2 M is an economy friendly magnetic 5x5. With a light magnetic feel, and fast turning right out of the box, this puzzle features amazing performance at a budget friendly price.
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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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I would reccomend this cube. Magnets are nice!
I have the 3x3, 4x4 and 7x7 magnetic YJ cubes in this same series, and all 3 of those are the best OOTB cubes I've ever had. So I was very disappointed with this cube. OOTB it was very slippery (overlubed), gummy and badly tensioned (much too tight). I really don't think I should have to disassemble and clean a new cube to get decent behavior (I don't care about WR performance, just an enjoyable cubing experience). The magnets are much too light, it's almost hard to tell they are even there. The YJ 3x3, 4x4 and 7x7 are much better in every way.
This is a great 5x5 for anyone and highly recommend this. It feels amazing and never pops (or at least for me). It's really smooth and corner cuts are pretty decent. If you want something budget well trust me when I say this cube is worth more than $13. I definitely feel like I will have this cube for a long time and I hope you consider this. (You won't regret it)
Now, let’s get something clear; I’m not good at 5x5 to any extent. I average Sub-3:40:00. Despite this, I know a good 5x5 when I try one. This cube is really good. It has silky smooth turning (After lubing with Dignitas, Silk, and DNM-37), and the corner cutting is also amazing. The magnets compliment the cube perfectly, and hold the layers together. It’s hard to imagine that 5x5 hardware improved so much that it crushed my previous PB of 5:21.93 and turned it into a 2:48.52. If you’re starting to look into 5x5, definitely get this cube. It’s better than the MF5, MF5S, QiYi QiZheng, and the Meilong 5x5.
This is the best budget 5x5 on the market in my opinion.
The turning is scratchy but also smooth. The magnets have enough of a bump to be felt but they aren't too strong.
The tensions OOTB aren't too bad actually.
Overall the cube is very great for the price point I really recommend it!
I think this puzzle is nice. Also not real expensive. I haven't seen a cube puzzle in nearly 30 years. But I decided I wanted some. This was what I went with for the first one of the lot. It is smaller than I expected. But seems worth the money. I'm contented. I don't have much to compare it to but it is likeable.
It is a great cube after some proper setup right out of the box it feels pretty good but very lubey after wiping off the pieces It was fairly difficult to reassemble but do able, but once all setup it is a great cube
This cube is really good but i think it would be better to spend a little bit more for the Yuxin little magic m. This cube has a lot of little catches.
Super amazing and now i want to learn 5x5
In short, the price is not the only thing that is amazing about this cube, though you have to get used to it. Starting from the cons, it is a bit blocky and the corners feel quite sharp. It does not have any flex either, it feels stiff and lube does not make that much of a difference (though I am not a pro at lubing). Putting that aside, it has magnets so it is very stable. Some may argue that the magnets are too weak, but whilst they ARE light, they are strong enough to give you a very stable feel, I have never misaligned the layers, that I can even recall at least. Also, the size and weight is great, I don't have particularly small hands but I really like the size, specially since it feels light as well (hollow if you want).
Right now I main a 5x5 little magic M, and while I still prefer the little magic, I think these cube is great. Right out of the box, it felt and smelt like trash. Really, it was seriously overlubbed to the point that is was making my solves 40 secs longer. So, at first I really regretted buying it. However, I went on a trip and decided to take this cube with me and, after around 50 solves, it started to really show off.
Now I have done at least 150 solves and I can say that this cube is worth the 12 usd. If you can afford the little magic for that one, but if you can get this one on sale for 9usd, thats a NO BRAINER. If you are a beginner this is perfect for you, don't think twice just buy!