The YuShi V2 M is a new, budget friendly, magnetic 6x6 from YJ that performs well above its price range. With vibrant stickerless bright shades and a strong magnetic feel, this puzzle is sure to please solvers ranging from beginners to seasoned professionals!
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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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This 6 by 6 is awesome mainly because the magnets feel strong rarely pops and has a great price. Although the MGC 6 by 6 is probably better but if you don't have enough money for the MGC then go for this one.
This is a great cube especially for the price but when I took it out of the box and did a few turns It popped it wasn’t hard to put back together but when I did it kept jamming and sometimes wasn’t able to complete turns besides that it’s a good cube but now is somewhat unusable.
This is my first experience with a magnetic cube. I've really liked this 6x6. I'm not a speedcuber, I just like to casually solve them. I have a Cyclone Boys 4x4 and a Qiyi 5x5, and this YJ 6x6 is far superior to both of those.
The Yoo mini mat pad is very nice.
The 6x6 cube had pieces fall out when we first opened the package. We were able to place back into the cube. Through the next day more pieces fell out of the middle of the cube and we can’t repair it.
Hard to manufacture- this one is kind of catchy.
High quality build for what i paid. Not really a speed cube but definitely not garbage.
This is my second 6x6, and my first was a V-cube. Meaning this was a MASSIVE upgrade, and actually made solving 6x6 fun for me again! As far as the cube itself goes, I'm very happy with it.
It's got great turning, each layer turns well, slices are consistent and turn extremely well, even 3 layer slice moves are a breeze.
Color scheme is great, easy recognition even in low light.
Magnet strength is good, but I could use a touch more strength on the inner layers and a touch less on the outer layer.
Feel is super sandy at first, but after a few solves, it smooths out nicely, and becomes pretty fluid and quick moderately quickly.
Speed is real with this cube. It's possibly not your competition cube for elite level solvers, but for people like me who solve in the ~8min range, it's more speed than I could use.
Stability surprised me the most with this cube. It feels pretty loose, especially compared to my MGC cubes, that I was worried about pops. (My yj 4x4 popped a lot until it was tightened a bunch.) I haven't adjusted the tension at all, and haven't had a single pop in 50 or so solves. I've had it lock up because of bad slice moves by me and always been able to just turn the cube back, undo the lockup instantly, and move on. I've thought it would pop several times, especially while it was breaking in Z but it just never seems to pop. I haven't had one, and I've done some truly terrible slices that should have netted me a pile of pieces and a core.
All in all, this is a great cube, especially at the price point.
My 5x5 and 7x7 are both MGC's, and there is a notable difference it quality and feel. Some may prefer the lighter, looser feeling of this line of cubes, but I will say I much prefer the MGC's tight-but-speedy feel, texture and piece shape, and magnet strengths. For me, as much as this cube is fantastic and worth every penny and more, I'd spend the extra $10 for the MGC. The extra dopamine from how good those cubes feel to solve is worth it.
This is a great cube. It is my first 6x6 and I’m really impressed with its turning. It is very smooth and I really enjoy solving it.
Moves smoothly and quickly...