MFJS MeiLong 9x9
The MFJS MeiLong 9x9 is a new, speed solvable 9x9 from Mofang Jiaoshi. At 74mm it is easily the smallest 9x9 currently being produced and fits comfortable in your hands.
This puzzle comes in vibrant stickerless bright shades.
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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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All wonderful toys! Very happy with them all!
Occasional popping, but good feel to it. Probably wouldn’t recommend for speedcubing, but perfect as just a puzzle.
I've solved the cube a few times by now, and I'm glad with its performance. The cube's small size compared to most 9x9's makes it portable enough to use anywhere, and the turning quality is fantastic considering how many moving parts are in that space. The only thing I have to be careful of is not attempting to corner-cut too far which has caused a lockup and a pop, but both of these issues were fixed with relative ease.
This is amazing it is stickerless stable nonpillowed and fast It takes me ~30 minutes to solve and really run to do it occasionally pops but nonetheless a good budget 9x9
A lot of reviews are negative about this cube, but I personally can't find much wrong with it. It was a little lubey out of the box, but that's it. It's buttery smooth, turns well, and doesn't catch much. Overall, a great 9x9!
For a big cube I think it corner cuts decently but I've had some popping issues when solving and the turning just isn't the best. Compared to the Little Magic 9x9 this is a terrible cube that's just as expensive. If you don't want to spend a ton of money on the Huanglong get the the Little Magic.
i have a YJ 7x7 i think is much nicer to use and hold. This thing, granted is a 9x9, is frankly not up to par. it feels hollow. pieces feel flimsy. rows need to be dang near perfectly aligned to turn an adjacent face. thing was full of lube, but feels bone dry, sandpaper, gritty. i added Silk to the inner rows. Still feels extremely flimsy. its a cheap puzzle. ill solve it a few times and shelf it for display.
I bought the 9x9 , 10x10 and already had the 5x5 and 7x7. This one is not a Meilong. It is worse than MF6
Like the title says... this is not a new MeiLong cube like the 10x10 and 11x11, or the 2-7 cubes. It's just an MF9 in a new box, and as such is no better or worse than the MF9 was. Since this was an acceptable but not particularly great cube... that's what you'll get with the MeiLong.
I understand the MeiLong 8x8 will also just be a re-boxed MF8 but I haven't seen one yet.
Buttery smooth right out of the box.
Nice and small and light so no need to table in order to solve. Really happy with the size and weight of this cube!
Have to be a tiny bit careful on the outer layers because there is almost no reverse corner-cutting. Nearly popped because of this on my first solve. No problem on subsequent solves.