The MoFang JiaoShi MF5 is a new MoYu sub-branded 5x5 speed cube in the Cubing Classroom series. The Cubing Classroom series offers many premium design features at a low price point, and it is most ideal for beginning cubers.
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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.
The corners on 2x2 puzzles should not be twisted as doing so may snap the piece. Damage caused by corner twisting is not considered to be a defect.
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The main problem have with all MFJS cubes is the lack of corner cutting. It is better then the 4x4, turning is ok, but corner cutting isn't there.
this was my first and so far only 5x5 ive been cubing for 3 tears and all i can say is i need an upgrade ootb if felt nice on the outer layers and scrachty in the inner layers its a good 5x5 for beginers btu once you get more into 5x5 it becomes relly bad let me get this out of the way OLL parity on this cube is a freaking nightmare there is no corner cutting without having to use force this would be a good first 5x5 and not a good main if you wanna buy it go ahead but dont say that i didnt warn you
Terrible out of the box. But when you break it in its AMAZING CornerCutting is about 30ish degrees and there is no reverse. Outer Layers 10/10
Inner Layers (broke in) 9/10 Inner Layers out of the box 0/10
First 5x5. First stickered cube. First Moyu cube.
Corner Cutting 35/90
Reverse corner cutting 0/90
I'm loving the feel of this cube right out of the box. I didn't do any extra setup for it and it feels very smooth and stable and solid. For the price, I feel like this is a great deal. Very pleased with this cube.
This was my first 5x5. It's pretty unstable, feels like its gonna pop if i go faster with it. But it's all i need to get into 5x5. If you're looking for a budget 5x5 that's speedsolvable, ive heard the YuXin Cloud is amazing.
The cube is bad at corner cutting and gets lock most of the time, but the cube feels a little buttery and is good for beginners learning to solve a 5x5.
I got this cube in a cubing classroom set and it is great after some setup I used angstrom lines and dnm and w5 (weight) and it moves very well for any being $9 recomended is you are new to 5x5
For that price it is a good cube. Sometimes pops and locks. It is for beginners.
The outer layers are very nice and feel like a Warrior from QiYi, just not as quick. Corner cutting is really good for a budget 5x5, about 1 pieces forward and lined up with the tiny florian holes reverse on factory tensions.
The inner layers are a bit more sluggish, but that makes for a better 3x3 stage when using algorithms with M slice moves. Corner cutting is the same.
Lockups are common, and unless you force it too far they are easy to fix. I only had one pop, and that was because I took a lockup to it's limit. Tightening the puzzle would lower the frequency of these lockups, and may possibly make cornercutting better.
It turns very nicely and it is not loud. It has a little corner cutting and no reverse corner cutting. It is difficult to do M moves but it just needs a different grip. My only complaints are it came out of the box dust and covered in fuzz like it spent some time in an old pocket and one of the stickers were only half on. But both were fixable.