The MFJS MeiLong 4x4 is an economy 4x4 speed cube from MoFang JiaoShi and is smaller than a typical 4x4. Only being 59mm, this puzzle is extremely easy to handle while solving. Out of the box it feels light and airy, with smooth, quick turning. The puzzle features a modern design and stickerless bright shades. Great for beginners, but also a viable non-magnetic option for intermediate/advanced solvers.
- MFJS MeiLong 4x4
- MFJS pamphlet
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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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Great 4x4 , and at a good price as well. Nothing really too special about this, though. Tried it out, and corner cutting was pretty good right out of the box. Only thing is it took way longer to ship then it said, so that was a dissapointment. But once I got it, it had pretty good turning. Pretty much what you'd expect from a budget 4x4. I'm not saying it's bad, I'm just saying that that was what I expected it to be.
This cube is actually a nice budget 4x4. Mine did come tight OOTB, so I was able to loosen the screws a slight bit, and after some lubing this cube turns pretty good. This is a good 4x4 to get started with, and it can take you pretty far, but I get quite a lot of lock ups, and it is not a quiet cube.
it's a cheap cube so not much to complain about but I will spend a little more money next time for a much better cube.
Got this cube because it is inexpensive and has high ratings. It turned good out of the box, and after evolving into a 2x2x4... still turns really good! Plan on getting more of this one for other mods. (First mod, please don’t judge too harshly) On a side note, would be great if uncut sticker sheets were a selectable option :D
The cube feels ootb really tight and does
not feel good. after loosening pieces feel like they are catching on each other so I lived and feels better
The turning is decently smooth and fast, but it has little to no corner cutting, and locks up a lot.
Way too tight, can't cornercut or even do an algorithm. Tried to loosen it and the screws won't move at all, it's like jammed or something. Tried multiple screwdrivers and even took the cube apart to see if it worked and nada. The cube is untensionable and is too tight to use. Probably would be good if I could loosen it but it won't let me at all.
Out of the box it was slower than expected, I bet with some lube that could help, I don't think the corner cutting is that good, (but then I don't really know 4x4 hardware a whole lot) but overall still a good cube you could get some PBs on. It's awesome.
OOTB, it had a nice sandy feel to it. The turning's pretty smooth, however, the corner cutting's not that great (idk if that's just a common thing in 4x4s), one of the faces squeaks on both layers for some reason, and it's quite tight. I tried loosening it but I can't even get at the screws, it's that tight. Overall, an okay cube if you're on a tight budget, but if you're not, maybe look elsewhere.
This is my first 4x4, so I have no reference. It is too tight and loosening it makes it even more unstable than it already is. Very loud, and 2/6 of the sides squeak when I turn them. Corner cutting is around 15-20 maximum. I'm probably beating it up too much, but the only redeeming quality is the price.