The MoFang JiaoShi Mirror Cube is a popular 3x3x3 shape mod in which the dimensions of the pieces determine where it must go in a solved state. This allows it to achieve many weird shapes and makes putting it back together a unique challenge.
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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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This puzzle is a blast. There are a couple of ways to solve it which make it especially challenging. As my first shape mod, I feel like it definitely wont be my last.
The cons are the stickers are not great quality or placed on the cube very well, so that is a little annoying. After playing with this cube for a weekend the stickers are already starting to peel. The spring sounds are also pretty loud out of the box.
For the price it is still a ton of fun and I would definitely recommend.
This is a pretty fun cube! But after a couple days of playing with it, I've noticed one thing it does all the time. The center caps pop off A LOT. But that's all I don't like about it.
Rootb the cube was pretty tight, but after playing with it for a little bit, it became a lot better.
Let's start with the good parts: Pretty smooth turning, as long as the layers are aligned of course. It can corner cut 45 degrees (in relation to center rotation) some sides, though others cut less depending on the pieces. Still' cuts more than others from what I seen however. Why cutting varies has to do with the way the pieces interact with each other as larger ones tend to cut easier than smaller ones, not really the side tensions like it would be on evenly-proportioned puzzles. Reverse cutting is about as much roundness as a piece has since it can't have any sort of internal curves due to how the pieces being such different proportions. Though the curves are enough to prevent pieces from catching unless they are misaligned to a large enough degree. It also doesn't pop as long as the tensions aren't too loose, like most any puzzle nowadays. The spring power is also just right as it's fast, yet not uncontrollable. It also comes pre-lubed so you don't have to use any for a while unless you want more or a different feeling kind of course.
Now for the couple of bad parts: The varied proportions of the pieces catching on your fingers coupled with there being no sort of internal corner-twist prevention mechanism means it corner twists a lot. If you want to tension it, which I bet you will, then you will also have to remove (and probably inadvertently mar like I did) a sticker on the thinnest side as the cap is embedded UNDER the sticker rather than being the entire top. The rest have normal caps. Though I really don't like the stickers anyway. The edges catch on your fingers a lot (not even just your fingernails) and chip up. The brush marks that are all too common on mirror cubes are also present here, which I hate because even when you have it solved (all sides flat), it may not look solved because centers may be rotated and thus shine differently. I don't know why most mirror blocks have these sorts of stickers anyway as they don't even look "mirrored" and just make you do a center-rotation algorithm on a non-supercube to make it look right. I'd remove the stickers entirely and make it all black, but the thinnest side would look even more "marked" than having a marred sticker because of that single below-surface cap.
This cube is great for the price. I think every NEW cuber should get one. With the cube changing shapes when mixed up and solving, it is easy to track how all 3x3s cubies move in relationship to one another. It moves better than I expected, for the price. And it doesn't feel cheap and crunchy like some other inexpensive specialty cubes I have purchased in the past. There is also a center piece "parody" that'll pop up sometimes; which adds some extra challenge.
This is an excellent challenge if you are looking to step it up a notch. This cube is really fun to play with, as it is rather an unusual cube. Definitely recommend this to anyone, as it comes at a great price as well.
Its a good cube but unfortunately for me the very first day a piece snapped in half and Im really disappointed.Besides that a very well mirror cube.
I got this puzzle because I thought it looked like an improvement over the Shengshou, and boy was I right. It has the speed and stability of the Shengshou with much better corner cutting, and that's without any setup. OOTB it was sluggish, but it only took a few solves to break it in, and after maybe 50 or so it was very fast. It has very few lockups except on the small pieces (but this is typical). If you are looking to get a better mirror cube, or simply get your first one, I would highly recommend this one.
Interesting mod with new challenges. Turns well, stickers are nice and durable.
This is a great mirror cube but if a small piece is next to a large piece and you try to do a finger trick the big piece will start to fold over the smaller piece