DaYan LunHui 2017
The DaYan LunHui 2017 is a new 3x3 that retains the same dense feel of the original LunHui.
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This 2017 LunHui is a fantastic 3x3 speedcube. I remember back in 2011 I got the original LunHui from some other store as part of a 4th of July sale and it was my main for about a year or so. But comparing the new 2017 one to my original the 2017 model feels like it should be called the Dayan LunHui V2 since it's just an updated improved version. There are a few things I found odd about this 3x3 that makes this 3x3 feel like it's one of those Dayan 3x3 "imitators". Cause one thing is that out of the box it can't really corner cut 45 witch is unusual for a Dayan 3x3 since Dayan popularized it with the Guhong. Another odd thing that I found is that there is no engraved Dayan logo on the inside of the center caps since Dayan has been doing it for most of their puzzles. Also when I was lubing the screws with cubicle weight 5 lube I noticed that there was a "nylon" washer in between the screw head and the spring. I just left them in cause why not and I think Dayan did put them in on purpose. But overall this is a good update for one of the older somewhat forgotten Dayan 3x3s.
As with all dayan cubes, it needs some modding to be at its best. Luckily, this is something that is nothing new. A 48 point edge mod fixes some of the internal catching I had and smooths it out, while a slight rounding of the corner bases gives it a bit of a speed boost since it is absurdly slow out of the box. I then swapped the springs with a Meiying and it is now a very good cube. Although the corner cutting is not up to par for today's standard with only a little over 45 max corner cutting and about 2/3 reverse cutting, it does those with relative ease. However with all this, it became quite unstable, so I decided to magnetize it with 4x2mm N35 magnets and this fixed the issue with instability. The cube now has potential to be a main. It will more than likely not be my main, however the potential is there.