The FangCun Ghost Cube is a very challenging 3x3 shape mod. While there's only one color, the many different-sized pieces make the ghost cube a unique challenge.
The FangCun Ghost Cube is available in black, blue, yellow, pink, and white and it comes with either a Silver, Gold, or White set of ghost cube stickers. The stickers are not necessary for solving the puzzle, but they can be applied to the puzzle if desired.
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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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Honestly, it’s a super fun puzzle to solve, really makes you think no matter how familiar you are with a 3x3, but it’s still just a 3x3. The biggest issue in my opinion is POPPING, it pops A LOT, and a pop here and there isn’t bad, but if you’re in a middle of an algorithm and it pops you’ll completely lose where you are and odds are you probably placed the popped piece back in incorrectly, that happened to me and had to take it all apart and back together into a cube which was also absolute hell lol. so I would recommend it just because how fun it is to solve but the popping really discourages me from trying to solve it again, looks freaking awesome when solved though.
Easily my favorite cube, even thought it's just a 3x3x3 shape mod. A ghost cube is always a challenge to solve, even when you're familiar with solving a 3x3x3, and even when you've gotten used to the ghost cube. I broke my original one, which was a bummer, because I spent hours painting it to look like metal with worn metallic blue paint chipping away. I just got a new one and re-stickered it with chrome/blue oil-slick vinyl. It can look blue, gold, purple, teal, and magenta. It looks amazing. Definitely cooler than my old one, and way cooler than the plain brushed silver it came with.
This was difficult, Not bad ootb, but as soon as I scrambled it, I regretted it, It took me 5 hours. But I learned that the turning quality was good, but I Found it difficult. Would reccomend, but no one knows what this is/
It came a little greasy ootb but just wipe the insides a little and it’s good to go. It turns very smoothly and is overall a great puzzle. I also got the blue with silver stickers so it looks amazing on my shelves.
It took me hours to figure this out—if you want to give yourself a challenge try solving this without a tutorial. My only complaints are a rare lockup and some of the stickers are not placed well, but these aren’t major problems, and you’re saving 20 bucks over the mefferts! I would say this cube is essential for every cube enthusiast, so what are you waiting for!
Turns well, but the stickers have quite poor placement and are low quality. Recommend taking the stickers off.
It is a good alternative if you can't buy the (almost) $40 Mefferts. It turns really well, but with the occasional lock up. I really like it
Fun 3x3 mod, took me a few hours and is a fun break to other cubes that I feel pressured to solve quickly. Turns smoothly, corner cutting is okay. The ONE THING is the stickers. Yes, I know they don’t matter because they are all one color, but it is sad to see something that is only a few days old to already be peeling. If you buy this, BUY STICKERLESS. Pairs well with axis cube, mirror cube, or floppy ghost cube
I got this yesterday with a bunch of other 3x3 shape mods, and after solving all of them except this one at least once, I can say this is a fun but insanely difficult puzzle. I've gotten so close to solving it a couple times, with f2l solved and the ll edges solved, but I keep messing up on the corners. My complaint is that even though it is fun and it turns okay, it pops a LOT. I've probably had it pop 5-10 times in the first 24 hours I've had it, which may not sound like a lot, but is. When it pops, I look at the cube mechanism, and it seems to just be an original Rubik's brand design with squared edges and corners, no torpedoes, and no influence from speedcube designs. Since this is my first ghost cube, I don't have anything to compare it to, but I will say that overall it's an alright cube besides the popping.
The puzzle itself feels sturdy and quite well built, out of the box it turned how you want it to turn, it's not a speedcube but very smooth for a shapemod puzzle. The stickerquality is horrendous tho, some of them were stickered a bit off, so they would rub against the pieces and kinda come off. When I tried to pull one off, I quickly saw that the sticker itself is quite flimsy and doesn't really allow being pulled off and stuck somewhere else.
Truly a great puzzle. Before I could solve, my son tried turning it without it being aligned properly, and it fell apart pretty much completely. I scoured the Internet for assembly instructions and was about to give up until I noticed the box had enough faces showing on the print that I could figure it out from that. So if you try to turn it and feel too much resistance, look at how it's lined up. Beyond challenging for a beginner cuber like me, I stuggled for a month before taking it apart, re-assembling, and taking paint markers to the faces. Wish I hadn't have now that I've solved it a few dozen times and understand the puzzle better. Probably order another before too long. Anyway, don't cheat like me, take your time, figure it out. Solves just like a 3x3, but need to orient centers and keep your focus.