The YuXin Little Magic Pyraminx is the first pyraminx ever released by YuXin. The YuXin Pyraminx offers many premium design features at a low price point, and is most ideal for beginner cubers.
- YuXin Little Magic Pyraminx
- YuXin Little Magic pamphlet
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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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very unstable, pops alot very nasty lockups, would not recomend
This is a very good beginner puzzle, it is very clicky but the corner give resistance that makes it awkward to finger trick. But I would recommend the MFJS Meilong Pyraminx instead of this puzzle
I only main this because I don't have any other pyraminxes good enough. Tips are squeaky and kinda unpleasant to turn, the ball bearings are VERY weak and don't provide any support, the cube is loose and wobbly and kinda hard to corner cut far. But, the turning is fast and decently quiet if you find a way to make it corner-cut better. The puzzle is very hollow, and if you plan on buying this I recommend putting in strong magnets.
This is my first pyraminx, and I’ve got to say, it is pretty good. Corner cutting is amazing, and ball bearings are loud but help it click into place. As I try to move fast, it comes dangerously close to popping, so for that reason I would not call it “competition quality.” But, for the great price, it is a fun puzzle and do not regret buying it. If you want to be fast, buy a magnetic one. Includes directions
This pyraminx is ok for a first puzzle to a beginner, but it is not very good. For a similar price range, I would recommend a QiYi QiMing Pyraminx.
Honestly it’s a great cube it will lock up easily and its a graet speed cube for begginers and i like how it comes with instructions it helped me alot👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Tips turn well and lightly snap in place to prevent accidental turns. Has ball bearing detention to make it more stable. Turns quick and has nice color. Smooth finish on the outer peaces.
This pyraminx is really fast and clicky. It clicks into place using ball bearings which are quite loud but are noticeable. Overall this puzzle is very fun and is very good for its price.
i like this pyraminx its very fast clicky. But the tips are awful. they are really hard to finger trick and i end up having to turn them with my whole hand. If you can get past the tip issue then this is a good pyraminx. But i recommend just paying a little extra for something better if you can
This was my first pyraminx, and I got the black and stickerless one.
The black one: The shades are nice, and the puzzle feels stable. Unfortunately, I do get some lockups during algorithms, but it may just be my tensions. All layers are fast after lubing, but the ball bearings slow them down a bit.
The stickerless one: very similar to the black one, except for one thing: the tips. A couple of the tips were slow and sandy even after lubing, and I couldn't figure out why since the tips on the black one were great. Maybe I just got a defective one or something.
Overall a good puzzle. If you're a beginner or intermediate solver, get this!