MoYu AoShi 6x6 GTS M
The MoYu AoShi 6x6 GTS M is the newest magnetic 6x6 speed cube to hit the market. Combing the fantastic performance of the AoShi GTS with magnet technology makes for a puzzle that is stable, controllable, and reliable. Top solvers and beginners alike are sure to enjoy the performance and feel of this top-of-the-line 6x6.
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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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I really like this cube, but it feels like $5 worth of material
Wonderfully tight magnetic cube well worth the money. Pleasure to solve from day one. Be warned - the magnets are not visible like with other similar cubes I own (4x4). No matter. Just wish that they could have made the same a wee bigger but unfortunately the same does not come in a larger format. Overall very satisfied with my purchase.
After loosening a bit out of the box, it feels amazing. It’s really fast and controllable with a weirdly smooth feel and also has a satisfying crunchy feeling I really love. But it catches and pops often and the magnets aren’t strong enough to keep the layers together when turning.
The cube was stiff out of the box but it definitely has gotten better with use. I'm probably between 50 and 60 solves. I like the weight and with some readjusting the tension it definitely works for me. I wish the outer layer would be a bit faster but its nothing really slowing me down too much.
OOTB the cube is very stiff and had some weird catches where the layers would only turn one way (but it goes away after a few solves). After breaking in from a few solves, the inner layers are phenomenal, but the outer layers are quite slower than the inners, giving a weird solving experience that makes 3x3 stage harder. Not sure how to make this better, because ANY lube seems to make it worse.
Honestly this cube was not my favorite at the beginning. It was really smooth but also did many lockups and I felt the magnets too strong.
But after the factory lube completely broke in, I realized it's better than my Red. It's obviously faster than a Red and if you get used to the magnet strentgh, you can beat all 6x6 on the market with this.
It doesn't lockup that easily like a Shadow and doesn't shoot its pieces out.
I think if people would put the effort and the time to break this cube completely, they broke all their records easily.
My overall single is 2:09 with a Red and the overall avg12 was 2:28. Now I have a 2:10 which came with the very first average with this cube and my averages dropped by a few seconds. Now my avg12 is 2:26 and that was the first try with many parities.
Now I think this is the best 6x6.
Personally the Aoshi GTSM doesn't fit me.
This cube is really dry and stiff out of the box and is pretty hefty in the hands.
It seems to catch a lot more than I would like and is quite sluggish. It tires out my hands a lot more than I like and find it hard to do more than 5 solves on it without taking a break.
Still is an ok cube but might be better to get something faster and something that doesn't catch as much.
First impressions: feels stiff out of the box, but not sluggish. Feels quite flexible yet the pieces stay in place and feels extremely difficult to pop. Feels very soft when turning. What surprised me the most was how stable it is. Also, the inner layers aren't abysmal like most 6x6s.
The stickerless shades are nice, the same as on the GTS3.
Versus the Shadow, the performance is very similar but solving feels much more straightforward and overall more pleasant with the Aoshi. The Shadow feels more blocky, bumpy, and less soft. The turning speed seems to be slightly better on the Aoshi and the turning speed is much more consistent throughout a single turn.
The magnets are good, they feel slightly stronger than the Shadow. Though it's hard to tell how strong they are due to the stiffness.
The main drawback of the Aoshi is the outer layers. They catch a bit and feel slightly sluggish compared to the others. The Shadow has larger florian holes for the outermost layers making them catch much less. However, the Aoshi's inner layers are much more impressive than what the Shadow has.
Overall the Aoshi is extremely stable and easy to use. The Shadow feels less pleasant and feels worse to solve on. However despite these differences it is likely still up for personal preference.