MoYu AoShi 6x6 WR M

MoYu AoShi 6x6 WR M


  • $43.99


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Product Description

The MoYu AoShi 6x6 WR M is the latest in the WR line from MoYu. This puzzle has over 140 magnets, great corner cutting, improved anti-lock mechanism, and much more!

If you do this event, or if you're just curious about it, the AoShi WR M is a great choice!

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Not completely satisfied with this product? We accept returns within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date, for either store credit, or a full refund to the payment method — the choice is yours.

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Our Promise to You

All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.

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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Product Specifications
Manufacturer MoYu
Type 6x6
Added 2022-10-03
Gross Weight 235g
Dimensions 63.0mm3
Magnets Magnetic
Item Weight 149.0g

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Wesley C. (United States)
Best 6x6 on the market

Turns way faster than the MGC out of the box. Nice compact smaller size, but has frosted plastic. More expensive than the MGC, but also pops less. My MGC broke so I spent more money in the long run.

Peter A. (United States)
It's been said before...

...And I'll say it again this is undoubtedly the best 6x6 ever. In fact, 6x6 technology has never really been good...until now. The MGC (yeah you read that right) has nothing on this cube and I've never used another 6x6 that can even compare to the flexibility, stability, and the lack of pops. While you can force a lockup you'd have to give it some darn uneven tensions to get a lockup let alone a pop in a solve. Even then I'd still prefer this over the MGC. When all is said and done I can see Max Park getting a 1:05 average in comp with this. Great job MoYu!

An L. (United States)
Best 6x6 on the Market

Big upgrade performance-wise from the MGC. I only have 2 problems with this cube:
- The green side is a bit too dark as someone who is slightly red-green colorblind. It's not that bad depending on the lighting and I still get pretty fast times on it.
- Frosted plastic sucks. Even after hundreds of solves the frosted surface doesn't completely go away. Would have been better if they went with the same surface that was used on the Aofu WRM.

CubingB (United States)
New main

This is a very great cube. I prefer it over the MGC personally (whereas I like the MGC 7x7 more). The magnet strength feels far better than the moyu 7x7 and the outer layers don’t have as strong magnets as the 7x7 which was my main issue with it. I don’t experience much catching on this, even with stock tensions. I’m not super fast, but I do have a sub 3- min single on this, which is pretty good for me. Overall I would recommend.

Joseph E. (United States)
Would Recomend

It's crispy out of the box. Maybe a little tight but you can fix that. My only problem with it is that the magnets were a little loose. Over all 9/10, Highly recommend.

Jacob (United States)
Best 6x6 on the market without a doubt, but still has problems

New moyu finally made a good cube. This is lightyears ahead of the mgc. The performance and size are amazing, and I just love turning this thing. However, its not perfect. There are 2 things I am not a fan of, the frosted plastic, and the super weak second layer magnets. These can be fixed by just doing the polishing method for frosted cubes, and the plastic feels better, and for the second layer magnets, just get the rs3m 2020 magnet kit and double stack the second layer. All the other layers magnet strengths are perfect. This cube has finally made me enjoy 6x6 more.

Alec H. (United States)
Better then the mgc

My mgc would pop time after time. This cube has not popped after 100 solves. It’s very quick which I love and it’s very reliable. Highly recommend

Chad S.
probably the best 6×6×6

My main problem with this cube is the dark green side,
definitely messes up recognition and lookahead
I find I like the mechanism on this cube quite a lot, better than my MGC 6 or Shadow V2M
However, I do still get equal and often faster times on the Shadow V2M
because of the dark green side on this cube

Gurshan S. (United States)
Best 6x6

Double PR in first comp with this cube

L.M. (United States)
I'm no 6x6 expert but this thing is pretty good

Hello. I'm a noob who has only had one other 6x6 in my life (what I think is this one's predecessor, the Aoshi GTS M, which is discontinued on TheCubicle) and this one far surpasses it. On the GTS M, the magnets are more even in strength between the layers, which means that sometimes when I turn the outer layer, the second innermost layer comes with it. On this one, I have no such problems. The outer layers are quick and smooth, and the inner layers have nice strong magnets that help keep them in place. Out of the box, it has that dry, sandy feeling that can easily be counteracted with lube. It's relatively smooth even without lubricant, though. I'm a big fan of MoYu cubes, especially their big cubes like the 4x4. The manufacturers have outdone themselves again!

A couple warnings:
If you loosen the cube too much (which I wouldn't recommend doing for any big cube because it can pop) the screws sticking out a little bit from the centers causes them to bump against the pieces when you're turning, causing an unholy scraping/locking sensation. Tighten the screws until they sink in at least a little bit to prevent this. Since it's a fast cube anyway, you don't need it too loose.
It may be a speedcube, designed for speed, but don't turn it too fast and abuse the corner cutting, because again, it will pop. This applies to any big cube, speedy or not.