MFJS MeiLong 11x11
The MFJS MeiLong 11x11 is a smaller 11x11 coming in at just 89mm, which makes it more comfortable to hold and solve. Turning is extremely smooth out of the box and it features vibrant stickerless bright shades.
Not completely satisfied with this product? We accept returns within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date, for either store credit, or a full refund to the payment method — the choice is yours.
Our Promise to You
All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.
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.
Fast & Free Shipping Available!
- Free standard U.S. shipping (includes Hawaii, Alaska, and AFO/APO) (2-5 business days) is offered for orders with a subtotal of $55.00+. Free expedited shipping (1-3 business days) is offered at $85.00+.
- All orders are shipped from our New York warehouse.
- Orders are shipped the same business day they are placed, or the next business day. The cutoff for same day shipping is 3PM EST.
- There is no processing/handling surcharge — all our shipping rates are at rock-bottom.
- We ship to all countries not sanctioned by the U.S. government.
- We advise that you look into your country's customs laws before ordering.
Was a bit slow and rough out of the box, but after a couple of solve it turns very smoothly and not too sluggish. It's also smaller an lighter than my old Shengshou 9x9 making it very comfortable. The layers turn fairly evenly too, though the innermost layer is a bit slower. It can have pops and bad lockups if you're too rough with it. The plastic feels a bit cheap so make sure to use a screw driver or something like it to push peices that pop back in on the stock to avoid breaking them. Other than that it preforms very well, It's definately speedsolvable, just don't be over aggresive with it. I would reccomend Tensioning it a bit tighter to mitigate the Instability problems. I'd recommend this if you're interested in getting an 11x11.
I solved this cube so many times in the first few days. I thought it would be fun, but I was wrong. It is a word that is greater than fun that I can't think of because I failed English class. The only flaw is that it pops often. If you push the piece in about half way, then use something like a credit card to push it, the piece will snap back into place. Overall this is my new favorite cube :D
Definitely my favorite puzzle I don't solve for speed so I enjoy larger puzzles and the turning is amazing for the size
SEROUSLY, THIS THING IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SMOOTH AND SO FUN TO SOLVE, ITS SO WORTH THE 100$
I liked it
The cube turned perfectly. Some centers managed to twist out but that was just me turning to fast. Love the cube and thank you.
Turns pretty good, but can sometimes get broken pieces. I've gotten replacement pieces and it has been fine. Just avoid being rough with the cube and if you have extra money I'd say go for the yuxin (Which I don't have but have heard is higher quality).
This was my second purchase of an 11-cube. The 8-cubes and larger tend to feel a bit sloppy compared to the smaller cubes. The MFJS MeiLong has a tighter feel than my other 11-cube although you can't expect it to be as tight as smaller cubes. It’s also smaller and lighter. Because of these features, it’s possible to solve in the hand rather than requiring a flat surface on which to square it and rest its weight while turning. I’m no speed solver and this is no speed cube but in my first solve of this cube, I shaved about a third off my typical time. It popped once after about eight hours of play but I was able to put it right in a few minutes. I give it 5-stars because I exceeded my expectations for the money.
Let's start off from the beginning. When I unboxed it, it was really quite good. It turned fairly well, the packaging was well done, and overall it was a good first impression. It didn't corner cut though, but honestly, who goes and buys an 11x11 expecting the corner cutting to be good, so that's not what the lost star is for.
But now let's get into why I put 4 stars instead of 5. This is because this is not the best cube out there, particularly not the best 11x11 out there, and this is to be expected, because it's clearly not meant to be. When solving this cube you can't go super fast, or else it will lock up really bad. This cube is not a speedcube, so if you are trying to speedcube with an 11x11, this cube isn't for you. But, for casual solving it's amazing, it's nice and small so your hands fit nicely around it, it turns really quite good when you're not turning at the speed of light, and in general it's just nice to sit back and solve this cube.
But now for the main reason a lot of people will probably be buying this cube. At $92, it's got to be one of, if not the cheapest 11x11 out there. And for the price, this cube preforms outstandingly. No your turns per second is not going to be through the roof, but for $92, you are definitely getting what you pay for in an 11x11, and a little more.
A lot of the people giving this cube bad reviews are saying that the turning is really bad and that it exploded when they first got it. If this is the case, then they just weren't careful with their cube, but if you're careful with this cube then you should be fine. Take me for an example, this is an example of what not to do when you get your 11x11. I was walking up to my front door, and tried to open the door with my 11x11 in the same hand, big mistake. I ended up accidentally dropping the cube, and the cube shattered on my front porch. I don't know what I'm doing to do about my 11x11, but I'll figure it out, but I'm not taking stars off because that was my fault. I also did this with my MF9 a while back.
So if you're going to take anything from that story, please just be careful with it, especially when bringing it out in public, because this cube isn't meant to stand getting dropped, and let me tell you, don't test it, unless of course that's the reason you're buying this cube.
TL;DR (too long, didn't read), this cube is not for speedcubing by any means, and it will lock up and perhaps shatter if you try speedcubing with it, but if you're not looking to speedcube with it, and you're just looking for a good budget 11x11, this cube is for you. Coming at $92 you are definitely getting what you pay for, and perhaps a little more. If you do buy it, though, you have to be careful with it, never risk bringing it anywhere, try not to speedcube with it, and most importantly never drop it. Learn from a guy who dropped his 11x11 and it shattered.
Overall great cube, would recommend to anyone looking for an amazing budget 11x11.
This cube is phenomenal. It turns very smoothly, rarely locks up, has a really nice shiny finish, and is small enough to comfortably solve. It is a lot smaller than you might think. The 9x9 in the meilong line is a bit disappointing, but this thing is really good!