The MFJS MeiLong 3x3 M is a budget friendly magnetic 3x3 speed cube from MFJS. It offers great performance and a medium/light magnetic feel at a fraction of the cost of other magnetic 3x3s!
Aka: Meilong 3M
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I like it better then my $30 cube with the pre lube, but I'm not as fast with it, the noise it makes it kind of clacky which is enjoyable.
MFJS MeiLong 3x3 M
Very fast and pretty cheap. Very dry out of the box but some lube fixes that asap. Ive gotten all my pbs on this. Magnets are kinda weak, but honestly i have no problem with that.
For $6, this is a great option for a magnetic 3x3, however compared to the RS3M 2020, the Meilong M just feels limiting at times, particularly in algorithms with a lot of reverse corner cutting, it seems the edges in the back are far more willing to make the cut than the corner on the opposite end of the cube, which causes quite unpleasant lockups for me at looser tensions. Speaking of looser tensions, I really don't think having the cube loose like most other magnetic cubes is not a good choice, since it is quite easy to pop or lockup even with the RS3M+ upgrade kit, which makes me think the cube itself was never designed to have a magnetic version in the first place; that being said, you don't necessarily need loose tensions for this cube anyway, nor do you need the absolute best corner cutting to make the cube work for you. However on any tension in general, I find the cube is very sensitive to what kind of lubricant you use, since the cube is already quite slow, I find slower lubricants are undesirable; I've heard Celeritas and Angstrom setups of the Meilong M are the most popular, but I think you can get just as good performance and feel by just using Lubicle-1 (and maybe DNM-37), and that also gets rid of the high-pitch sandy sound of the cube and mellows it down a little bit. For what it is, I don't think the Meilong M is bad cube, it's just not a good compared to its competition, such as MoYu's own RS3M 2020, which costs only $3 more at MSRP and in my opinion gives far greater feel, performance, and it can be molded into really anything you want.
I mean it's just as good as people are saying it is. Out of the box the tensions came a little tight (at least for me) but they seemed even on all sides (or at least close enough). Let's do a pros and cons list.
Cons: there is spring noise on at least couple sides that you can notice when you turn the layer slowly.
it does lock up more than some other cubes like the rs3m 2020 (it's really not that locky though).
ideally the magnets could be a bit stronger (this is just my opinion though)
it came dry and a little tight out of the box. Obviously lube and tensioning fixes that.
corner cutting is not the best (it's like 45 degrees when tensioned well)
Pros: hey it still corner cuts 45 degrees or slightly more with some force.
it doesn't lock up or catch that much especially for a budget cube and as long as you turn decently accurately it won't be a problem at all.
the magents are stronger than the rs3m 2020 and you can double magnetize it (I think anyway)
the shades are nice on both the stickered and stickerless versions (yes I have both)
It is snappy and low pitched (which I like) and it isn't very loud especially compared to the rs3m 2020.
The spring noise is not loud enough to where I really notice it during solves.
doesn't corner twist/pop (although what cube does nowadays)
doesn't feel cheap (at least in my opinion)
It is light (a good bit lighter than the rs3m 2020)
It's literally 6 BUCKS!!!
Overall, I love this cube. I bought 3 of them, 2 from the cubicle and 1 from Amazon. I was expecting this cube to be amazing because of all the reviews I had read and watched on YouTube and I was still impressed. I honestly don't understand how they made a cube this good that's magnetic that costs 6 dollars. Sure it doesn't feel as premium as the rs3m 2020 or other cubes (the rs3m is like the most expensive cube I own haha) but I mean for the price it's incredible. If you were to ask me which one I prefer, this or the rs3m 2020, I'd say the rs3m 2020 but this cube isn't very far behind it. I like the frosted texture on the cube as well. I put 2 drops (I think) of silk in mine and it got rid of the dry feeling out of the box. Honestly just buy it, you can fix the spring noise and as long as you have lube and a screwdriver (which it comes with) you can set it up to be really good. And the other cons really aren't a big deal especially at this price point. I don't regret buying 3 of these. Somehow this cube isn't too good to be true.
I was shocked at how smooth this cube is. It’s the cube I’ve always needed, but having it now makes me appreciate it a lot more after comparing it with other cubes.
i guess i cant really complain about this because sometimes there is lockups and its hard to find out what is to tight and what is to loose. the magnets aren't really strong but it is good for it's price considering the fact that it's a budget cube, overall it is really great for beginers
10/10 there’s nothing better for 5 dollars
I just love how this cube feel. Not as smooth my RS3M, but doesn't mean that it's worse. Corner cut over 45, good color scheme and build quality. I prefer this over the RS3M and Yuxin Little Magic M because it's really satisfying to solve, and the sound is low and snappy, which I really like.
I was gifted this cube out of nowhere and ITS SO GOOD. A few drops of lube and setting it up and ur all set.