QiYi Magnetic Clock
The QiYi Clock is a magnetic clock by famous speedcube manufacturer QiYi MoFangGe. This exquisite new clock is fully magnetic, featuring 204 small magnets embedded in the gears and 4 large magnets inside the pins. The exterior of this new clock is designed using intricate inlays instead of traditional printing. For the user’s comfort, QiYi rounded the wheels of the clock to be easily usable without scraping the fingers. Fascinatingly, the QiYi Clock can be tensioned by adjusting its four screws. The QiYi Clock can also be easily opened for lubrication and maintenance.
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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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And unlike my LingAo, it's comp legal. Also, the click of the magnetic pins is the most satisfying thing ever. I haven't set it up at all and it feels just fine.
i like the clock it’s alot faster then the shengshou but i’m not a big fan of how loose the pins are. On the qiyi clock i’m able to shake the clock with not a lot of force and all of the pins fall down. not the best clock i’ve tried but best out of the box.
No flaws. This cube is great
For context, I have averaged around 11 seconds on clock for around 5 years, while using a Rubik's (not magnetic). I never wanred to practice because I disliked the hardware, and the effort required to obtain good hardware. This puzzle gives me more motivation to improve, and I average high 9 - low 10 after a small amount of practice.
The magnetic pins are great. They don't fall over, they are tactile, and do not require much force. The gears are tactile as well, but require a lot less force compared to other puzzles. When turning with all pins up, noticably more force is required than with 1 pin up.
QiYi =? magnetic LingAo > Rubik's >>> SengSo
I do not have much experience with using clocks that high-level solvers use, but the QiYi is somewhat comparable to a magnetic LingAo (although the QiYi is faster due to the magnets on the gears, rather than the bumps from a LingAo).
I’ve been somewhat serious about clock for about a year now, and I started off using a nonmagnetic LingAo, which wasn’t amazing, so I soon upgraded to a magnetized version. I then tried the SengSo, which was decent, but still not quite what I was looking for in a clock. This clock, however, is such a large upgrade from any other clock available right now. It is very quick and the dials turn extremely smoothly. The magnets in the gears are also very nice, providing an extra layer of alignment alongside the magnetic pins. Prior to purchasing this clock, I averaged barely sub-10, but after just a couple of weeks of owning it I am well on my way to being consistently sub-8. I really have nothing negative to say about this clock, and I can’t recommend it enough for people who are wanting to get into the event.
This clock works great. No complaints at all. Works with precision and feels fantastic as the dials click into place with every turn. The buttons move in and out easily and stay in place. No locking up at all. I will finally learn how to solve this puzzle now that I have one that works (the LingAo clock I bought years ago is garbage, imprecise, full of lock ups and the buttons either stick or fall in on their own when you don't want them to.) I've never tried the ShengShou, so I can't give a comparison there. I am very pleased with this purchase.
this is easily worth the money if you are into clock I would definitely get this
The title basically says ut all. This is the first clock on the market that you feel like is actually usable for speedsolving. The problem with previous clock like rubiks, lingao, baitai and even cubetwist to an extent was the fact there were all very stiff out of the box and when you lubesmost of them. The pins couldn't stay up. But with this one. It is moderately quick out if the box. The pins work thanks to the magnets inside and you have more accurate and precise turning with all the magnets on the cog wheels as well. But is it worth 30 USD? I would definitely say so. It has moderate speed, accurate turning. Good pins and is also useble out if the box. You can even spray paint on it to make custom painted ones on the two shell halves. Easily the clock ever.
I'm an old cuber (an old geezer at 27) and I missed out on the Rubik's Clock when I first got into speed cubing and twisty puzzles almost half of my life ago. I feel like it was a more widespread puzzle back then but I never got the chance to purchase one. So when I saw this newly released Clock, made with an elegant design including magnets, I knew I had to finally experience this puzzle.
This Clock is beautifully manufactured with a sleek color scheme: black and white and hints of red. My biggest concern when purchasing was not being sure if the plastic bottom was an attached piece, or a separate stand. I really wanted it to be a separate stand, and indeed it is a completely separate piece only used for displaying, such as on a shelf. The movement of the gears is very smooth, with the magnets adding a nice feel and (I'm guessing) improved gear alignment for the push pins in the middle. I noticed a piece of dust under the clear plastic front so I took it apart to see if I could clean it out. All you need is a small Phillips screwdriver. While it did kind of explode all over the place when I separated the inner two frame pieces of black and white, I had a blast putting it all back together, sans piece of dust. The magnets are not loose, they seem to be snug in their places without being able to loosen and fall out.
When I was a kid, anytime I got a new puzzle I would rush to watch the tutorials on youtube. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but I wanted to savor the feeling of exploring new puzzle territory completely blind with this new Clock. I scrambled it up and have had a great time trying to learn this puzzle so far. And it can't be ignored that the beautiful build quality lends a lot to the experience! So far, I think this puzzle will never need lube, but if I felt it needed something in the future, I think something like Traxxas 50k would work perfectly.
I recommend this puzzle to old Clock fans and new Clock fans alike!
The clock is amazing. The pins move very smoothly and never get stuck. The dials turn smoothly, too. The dials out of the box were too loose for me to be able to solve with, but you can adjust tension. After some adjustment, I'm able to get 8-10 second solves, like usual. I like that the clock comes with a stand to display it when you aren't solving it. My one dislike is that it is that on the black side it is a little hard to see the the two red lines that represent 12 o'clock. Overall, I would recommend this clock to anyone who want to get a good clock that won't get stuck all the time.