GuoGuan YueXiao EDM 3x3
The GuoGuan YueXiao EDM is the latest 3x3 released by GuoGuan. This puzzle features fantastic innovations like the world's first adjustable (not interchangeable) magnetic system. This, mixed with the ultra-lightweight feel and top-of-the-line performance are sure to make for a great 3x3.
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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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This is a fantastic cube. I would rate it in the same category as the MoYu RS3 2020 though. They are both made by the folks at MoYu and are both magnetic. This one is a little quieter and feels a tad nicer while holding it. I do hear the springs sometimes but not as much. If I was only going to get one of the two cubes, this one is better. Although it is 2x the price it is not 2x better. It's marginally better. With my eyes closed I can tell the difference with the quieter sound after a few turns, but I cannot tell a difference by the feel of the turns and corner cutting alone. Anyone happy with one would be happy with the other. The only thing that I don't like about this one is the logo sticker. It's the aesthetics of it. It's an Asian name written in English script. That doesn't scream "exotic" or "premium". If it had a symbol or native language characters it would be more appealing. That's easy enough to fix by changing the sticker.
This is a great cube for people who want to get faster.
It has adjustable magnets and a dual adjustment system
The only downside is that there is spring noise
Ok so i love this cube, it was my new main when i got it! It was really good, but i have ended up buying 2 of these, and i may need a 3rd. With both of the cubes i had taken them apart lube them, the corner stocks break! Just be very careful when taking it apart!
This cube is so underrated! While many people say the feeling is clacky and unpleasant, this was not the case for me at all. It had a really nice unique smooth and sandy feel out of the box. The corner cutting is great and the adjustable magnet system is brilliant. If you liked the original Guoguan and want a good cube that has a similar feel but with magnets and better performance, this is the one.
This is quite a nice cube. It is pretty much just overall average but it has very nice customizability. It is very smooth with average corner cutting and slightly slow speeds. If you want something at this price range om it really comes down to the following:
Speed: little magic M
Crisp, blocky: warrior W (magnetized this cube is so very underrated. But if you don't need a fast cube this is the best way to go
This cube was really good after setup and I don’t have much to compare it to but it was instantly my main and I got really good times. By the way lubicle silk works wonders on this cube.
This cube has a smooth feeling and a nice quiet sound. The magnet adjusting system is very easy and magnets never flip during solves. I would recommend
This cube became my new main right when I got it, I couldn’t stop using it! My times quickly dropped by almost 3 seconds! It felt really nice and controllable. The new magnet system is better than the gan 356x because you didn’t need all of the magnets with you at all times. And both magnet strengths are great! The only problem is it’s very loud, it’s not a quiet cube like the gan 356x at all. The price is really good though because it feels like a 40 dollar cube when it’s only 25 bucks!
Since I know Moyu makes good cubes that are cost friendly, like the MF3RS2 and 3, I was expecting this to be better because of the $24 price tag. However, this cube did not meet my expectations. OOTB, it was okay, but the feel was weird, and after setting up and some break in, it got a little better. However, the cube still has a cheap feel, reminiscent of the YJ MGC. I like the tensioning feature, but it doesn't help with the locky feeling of the cube, and the "epic" double magnet design doesn't seem worth it. Overall, I would much rather get a cube that feels less cheap like the MF3RS2M or GTS2M. If this cube cost less, then I would give it a better rating, but it really just isn't worth it.
BTW, the difference between the magnet strengths on the double magnet thing is very minimal. You can feel it, but only barely. However, if the difference could be made stronger somehow, I think it would be a step in the right direction.
The cube can both too slow or too fast it all depends on the setup. I have it on the 7th tension and stronger magnets. It has a fast speed with some stability from the magnets. The cube is one of my mains along with the GTS3 and the Gan X. The cube may not be for everyone, but the innovation of adjustable magnets already in the cube is the best part. I hope Moyu uses this design in more cubes and this is a good start to another game changing feature in cubing