The MoYu AoShi 6x6 WR M is the latest in the WR line from MoYu. This puzzle has over 140 magnets, great corner cutting, improved anti-lock mechanism, and much more!
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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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This cube is the real deal. Like the other WRM cubes, this cube is smaller than other 6x6s. The first thing that stands out is its frosted finishing. I personally dislike it because it lessens the grip while solving. but on the other hand, the frosted plastic makes the cube feel more premium. I also love the primary internals for the centers. Out of the box the cube was already better than the MGC. It was very fast and stable, and has never popped, I got this cube less than a week ago, 100+ solves and my times decreased from 2:30 to 2:10. I have to say, it feels very sandy and has some weird rubbery sound when turning the outer layers but using weight 5 and DNM 37 and mystic made this cube amazing. I also used Anyu Zhang's AoShi during Indonesian championships; this was before I got the cube for myself, I got a 2:13 average and note that the day before this I was averaging over 2:25. In conclusion get this cube if you're serious into 6x6, or even just starting with 6x6, you won't regret it.
with the mgc 6x6, it SQUEAKS, with the yushi, IT POPS, with the yuxin little magic, IT SUCKS, this one is perfecto, amazing, soft, small, just great.
Hey there! So, full disclosure, I'm not exactly a wordsmith, but I'm excited to share my thoughts on this product with you through a pros and cons list!
Let's start with the positives:
• This product offers an ideal combination of speed and control. It's fast, yet still provides a good level of control. Of course, the speed may vary depending on your setup.
• The corner cutting ability of this puzzle is excellent. It can smoothly cut around 2 pieces, although this depends on the tensions that you use.
• I hardly experience any popping issues with this cube, even though my turning style is a bit rough and imprecise. In my 20-30 solves, I have had maybe 2 or 3 pops, and most of those were when I first got this cube and had not gotten used to the turning.
• When compared to its competitors, this cube stands out as a superior option. The MGC suffers from excessive popping, while the Shadow V2 has subpar out-of-the-box performance and requires extensive setup to reach a satisfactory level.
• Size-wise, this cube is pretty compact at 63mm. Additionally, it is very lightweight, weighing only 149 grams. For reference, the MGC 6x6 measures 65mm and weighs 175 grams.
Now, let's move on to the negatives (though most of them are minor nitpicks):
• One drawback worth noting is the somewhat higher price of this puzzle, coming in at $44. The price is roughly on par with the Shadow V2 and $19 more expensive than the MGC.
• Probably the most significant drawback is the fact that this cube has frosted plastic. It does not provide very good grip when compared to UV or glossy plastic. It's a puzzling design choice by MoYu. (Pun absolutely intended)
• The magnets on this puzzle are relatively weak. For me, it was not as bad as I expected, but if you know that you like stronger magnets, then it might help to get a few RS3M+ magnet kits. Tip: You will need 4 magnet kits to add extra magnets to just the 2 inner layers, and one additional kit to doublestack the outer layer magnets. If you doublestack both of the magnets on the second layer, then you won't need to doublestack the magnets on the outer layer.
I got this cube for Christmas along with the Aochuang and Aofu WRM because my cubes were old; my old 5x5 popped at least 3 times each solve, my old 7x7 was way too big and my old 6x6 was broken ; Aoshi (this cube) was the best out of all. 6x6 hardware was notoriously bad, even though some cubes like Shadow or MGC were usable, they sometimes pop and catch . Aoshi WRM don't. It corner cuts better than some 5x5 (1.5 piece) ,even better than my new Aochuang WRM.
Unpopular Opinion: The only flaw of this 6x6 speedcube is the inner layers' magnets ; they were too strong.
Overall; after lubing it with Angstrom Dignitas and other lubes , this cube is probably the best 6x6 out there, I recommend it to people who have enough money to spend.
Otherwise, you can get the MGC if your budget is under $45 but over $25 or the YJ Yushi M which is probably the cheapest 6x6 that's decent.
in my opinion, it is way better than the mgc 6xc6 and the smaller size is great. got both my pb's within a couple days of use (2:35 single and 2:48 mo3)
This is the first 6x6 I haven't had major problems with. It's really fast, and I even had to slow it down with traxxas. I have it on somewhat tight tensions and it still corner cuts well for a 6x6, and rarely pops. The only reasons why I don't give it 5 stars are because the inner center pieces don't line up completely flat with the rest of the face and it annoys me, and the magnets aren't super effective due to their small diameter and weak strength. But i'd still recommend this over the MGC to anyone who wants to get good at 6x6, because there probably won't be a better one for a long time.
Out of the box the cube had the tension of exploding and was very floppy. When I tried other people’s 6x6 at a competition the cube was outstanding and very stable. I thought I was getting a good 6x6 but ended up very disappointed.
It looks like your cube popped internally. If you email us with your order number and the same picture that you posted here, we'll try to help.
It's crispy out of the box. Maybe a little tight but you can fix that. My only problem with it is that the magnets were a little loose. Over all 9/10, Highly recommend.
New moyu finally made a good cube. This is lightyears ahead of the mgc. The performance and size are amazing, and I just love turning this thing. However, its not perfect. There are 2 things I am not a fan of, the frosted plastic, and the super weak second layer magnets. These can be fixed by just doing the polishing method for frosted cubes, and the plastic feels better, and for the second layer magnets, just get the rs3m 2020 magnet kit and double stack the second layer. All the other layers magnet strengths are perfect. This cube has finally made me enjoy 6x6 more.
I had a QiYi 6x6 for 4 months and i was getting 7 and 8 minute solves with it but one of the pieces broke i glued it back together and the glue worked but then one of the core pieces broke, It was not to hard to fix that piece but then the core piece with the screw broke and i couldn't use it i did one turn to see if it still worked and the whole cube Bersted into pieces, when i tried to assemble it i saw 12 of the core pieces were broken and they wouldn't fit together so i couldn't assemble it. Then i got the YJ MGC 6x6 cause i thought it was a good high quality 6x6 and i could solve it in 5 minutes and got a pb of 3:33 but one month after i got it one of the core pieces broke and probably the worst piece to break cause i couldn't turn the middle layers, I could still solve it like a 5x5 so i used it to practice 5x5 solves cause it was magnetic and my only real 5x5 was not magnetic, I practiced that until i got the YJ YuChuang 5x5 and solved it 107 times the same day i got it and my average went from 3 minutes to 2 minutes. I had pieces from the QiYi 6x6 so i replaced them and it worked for 3 days but then an other piece broke and i keep replacing core pieces until i used up all 6 and had no more, so i ordered the MoYu AoShi WR M 6x6 so i could get a very good 6x6 but the package got lost some where and it never came, They sent me an other one and i was waiting for it for 5 days and i saw the mail truck earlier today and went to see if it had got here and there was nothing in the mailbox so i was just about to give up trying to get a 6x6 when suddenly i saw the mail truck and he pulled up next to me and said he misplaced the package and gave it to me and i opened it up and there was the 6x6 and i did a few solves on it and it is great, way better then the YJ MGC but i still think the YJ MGC is a good one mine might of had a problem that i didn't know about until solving it a lot or it might of just broke, but i am very happy with the Moyu Aoshi WR M and this is probably the best 6x6 i can find. Thank you for sending another one when i said it got lost and i just hope this cube doesn't break before the competition i'm going to in November. This is a very good 6x6 the magnets are just the right strength to get SUB-4 solves and maybe SUB-3 or 2 depends on how fast you are and not how good the cube turns which means this is a very good cube. I'm glad i got it.