The DaYan TengYun V2 M is an exciting new magnetic 3x3 speed cube from classic manufacturer DaYan. Weighing in at a modest 83g, the TengYun V2 M features three magnetic settings that you can adjust by rotating a plate, as well as adjustable elasticities and tensions without having to switch out any components. Using DaYan's new adjustment tool, you can choose from four tensions and four elasticity settings.
The TengYun V2 M's edge pieces have a similar wave-like design akin to the GuHong V3 M. This design is one of the keys to making DaYan's recent cubes so quiet and comfortable.
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I unboxed this cube fiddled with it for a while and instantly knew that it was going to be my main, its EXTREMELY fast out of the box but the lube wears itself out fairly quickly. The magnet system is pretty intuitive but it would be nicer if the strength of the magnets turned the same way, and the tensioning system is a little too complex for my liking, otherwise amazing cube, it has great corner cutting its quick but controllable, its quiet, and is very silky and smooth
DaYan TengYun V2 M 3x3
When I got it for the first time, it was super smooth and buttery. It was instantly my new main. The day after I got it, I got two new pbs. It was orginally 11.88 seconds then it went to 11.33 then down to 10.8! I dropped a second on my pb and on my average too! Great cube! Would suggest if you want something SUPER quiet.
ootb this cube definitely feels quite fast and light what I did was tighten it adjust to the strongest magnets and put some drops of dnm in and after like 30 minutes it felt great this is my personal opinion but people might like it less controllable and more speedy just proves how great the customization options are for this cube definitely recommend 10/10 is my new main over gan x
First off let me just say, wow! This cube is leagues better than my MGC Elite and my little magic, and I haven’t even lived it yet, my tensions are 0.8 and 1.0 and honestly it’s my new favorite 3x3. It’s silky smooth and practically silent compared to the MGC elite. Great cube 10/10!
It has a weird sand like feel ootb but it becomes very smooth after 20 to 30.
Ootb no setup this cube is smooth and controllable while still allowing me to do algorithms quickly, unlike the gan XS which also has these qualities, this cube is flexible and allows more comfortable turning for me, and this is with no customization (its confusing but probably easy to learn) GET THIS CUBE IF YOU CAN
As a fairly new cuber, I LOVED the customization. I was able to experiment with different magnetic settings and tensions until I found what I preferred. I quickly broke my own PR shortly after getting all my settings in place. I now know what I like in a cube in terms magnetic strength and tensions, which I think will help me when shopping for any type of puzzle in the future.
I also love how quiet it is. That was actually my main reason for getting it.
The only downside is purely cosmetic (and may just be a fluke with the cube I got). It looks like when the plastic was poured, some of the squares got a little marked up maybe? I'm not really sure, but it doesn't impede the solve in anyway, so it doesn't really bother me.
All and all I would 1000% recommend this cube to anyone.
TL;DR: This cube is a great value for $32, but there are some issues that might stop top speedcubers from maining it.
My settings: medium magnets, 0.6 tensioning, 1.0 spring compression.
Let's start with the pros first. The turning retains the same quiet and swooshy feeling that the original Tengyun was popular for. However, I have noticed that this cube is a little louder than the original. The cube can also be setup to be very stable or very flexible, which is important since the instability of the original Tengyun was a let down for me.
Next, the customization system. I think this magnet system is one of the most straightforward systems on a cube today. The magnets can be easily changed and takes very little time. The spring system isn't ideal however. I much prefer the Gan and Moyu systems, as they are more simplistic. In the Tengyun v2, there are 2 ways to adjust tensions, the screw and the smaller blue ring. This makes the smaller blue ring completely pointless, which just complicates an already complicated system. Even on my moderate-ish settings, this cube is very stable and controllable, which is definitely a pro.
However, this stability leads to some corner cutting issues, which is probably the biggest reason most pros wouldn't use this cube as their main. Small corner cuts, especially reverse cuts, take a lot more effort than nearly every cube on the market. This leads me to have to slow down my turning during solves, especially during last layer, which leaves me getting inconsistent results. When I get a short last layer, I get solves that are much faster than what I average, and I've even set a PB of 4.14 on this cube. However, many times when I get a more complicated last layer, the catching and locking from the lackluster corner cutting leads me to get several 10s and high 9s. (For context, I average high 7 on my Gan XS).
Another issue I've run into is the increased weight. Although it is only 83g, other brands like Gan and Qiyi are pushing the weight of their cubes down and down, and the Tengyun v2 is one of the first cubes in years where the weight increased over the past generation.
However, the corner cutting problem would likely only affect faster speedsolvers, and I think the satisfying smooth feeling and the high amount of customization would make it very compelling for newer and intermediate cubers looking for an upgrade. And for $32, there's no other cube that offers this level of customization and performance. However, if customization isn't your first priority, you might have better luck trying out the Gan 356 M, which offers better performance at the same price. Even though this cube is a drastic upgrade over the Tengyun v1, it still has a bit to go to compete with other flagships like the Gan XS, Valk Elite, and WR M.
This is an incredible puzzle and my new main over every other flagship cube. It has great versatility depending on setup. It is naturally slightly crunchy with smooth yet papery turning and incredible corner cutting. It also turns very fast (this can be changed in setup)
The Tengyun V2 is the best 3x3 out there in my opinion. The feel is incredible and it turns so satisfyingly. There is next to no resistance in the turning. In that sense it is only comparable to the V1 and the Gan XS. Its corner cutting is incredible albeit a bit too snappy for my taste but not too bad. It has the slight crunch you would see from the Valk yet the smooth and papery feel from the XS or a Qiyi warrior. The speed is comparable to the Tengyun V1 OOTB but if that is too fast for you, it can be easily adjusted to being a very slow and stable cube or anywhere in between. The magnet settings are very diverse. 3 is about as light as the V1 and are barely noticeable when turning fast, 2 feels similar to the WRM's light magnets that still add stability, and 1 is quite strong and snappy (my personal favorite). The adjustment system is a bit overwhelming at first but it's really not too bad. Jperm's review has a great explanation for that. The shades are also very nice. However, the red is sort of like a deep orange on the black variant(similar to that of the MGC elite's orange) but it is still easy to tell apart from the orange. I couldn't see any cuber truly disliking this cube due to its versatility and I think every serious speedcuber should try it out (be it at a competition or buying your own).