The mf8 Sun Cube is a 3x3 shape mod in which each of the sides resembles a sun. The puzzle can be turned like an ordinary 3x3, but it can also be turned when the layers are at 45-degree angles relative to one another, which introduces many more turning possibilities.
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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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Don't be put off by negative reviews, this puzzle is very fun and turns very well considering how complex it is. It does catch often but rarely pops unlike the Dayan Bagua cube which is very unstable and explodes. Out of the box, the Sun cube was a bit stiff but after several solves it turns very smoothly. There is internal bandaging which bandages the cube exactly the way the Bagua cube becomes bandaged by the orientation of the strip pieces. The difference is that the pieces are internal and there are semi-circular notches on each "kite" piece to guide you. So compared to the Bagua cube, the Sun cube is a little easier. There are also third-party stickers available that better show the semi-circular notches if you decide to go that route. I highly recommend this puzzle, especially if you're deciding between the Bagua and this one, definitely get the Sun cube instead.
This is another puzzle I really want to work. The idea is intriguing and seems really challenging to solve because of the jumbling. The problem is it is impossible to move without it catching and I usually lose track of the moves because it won't move as expected and end up losing a solve because of it catching too easily.
Sort of like a simplified Bagua cube but more stable. I would recommend the stickerless version since, unless they have changed the stickers, the internal bandaging is hidden on the stickered version, although you can find stickers that show it from a third party. This internal bandaging adds a degree of difficulty to the solve. A great cube to own.