The latest and greatest 5x5 from MoYu is now available! With its new and improved design, the MoYu HuaChuang 5x5 is touted by MoYu themselves to be the best 5x5 on the market. It measures 64mm across, and appears virtually identical to the MoYu AoChuang 5x5 in terms of size and shape on the outside. While it generally performs on a similar level to the MoYu AoChuang, it features some improvements in turning and stability that are likely to make it a refreshing upgrade for dedicated 5x5 speedcubers.
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All of our products are guaranteed to be free of defects, or we will replace and reship at no cost to you. Please contact us within 4 weeks (28 days) past the delivery date to report any issues with items you have purchased.
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 pretty bad, because this cube is old. Not does it only lockup at at least 3 degrees, it pops as well. If you loosen it, it will fall apart. I would ONLY recommend this to beginners.
This cube makes me disappointed. I expected it to be speedy, but the turning and corner is horrible. Even with loosening and modifications.
Get Qiyi Wushuang instead. Horrible :(
Lube doesn’t have a great effect
I like this cube so much
Its the best i think
although it is pretty expensive it is a good cube i still recommend the yuxin though
Out of the box this cube is sluggish, doesn't corner cut all that much, and just like all Moyu cubes comes very dry. After cleaning out the stock lubricant, putting weight 4 on the core and weight 1 on the pieces, the cube became very smooth and fast. This has been my main 5x5 since I bought it, but there is one thing that bothers me every time I solve it, (don't get me wrong it is actually really fun to turn) the cube locks up a lot particularly in the outer layers. This will happen in the middle of parit, messing up my entire solve and then again in the 3x3 stage. Despite the lockups, this cube is by far my favorite 5x5 due to the smooth, fast, and stable feel of the puzzle. Buy this cube if you are a collector, or if you don't mind bad lockups.
Fresh out of the box, the turning is slightly stiff but very smooth, even better than the AoSu 4x4. Even the middle slices turn nicely. With some light tension this thing will fly. Outer layers corner cut up to 1-1/2 cubies. The puzzle feels dense and solid - I've dropped it a few times and it doesn't even show a mark. It's pricey but it's worth it.
This cube is awesome but locks up too much for my liking. Compared to the Aochuang this cube has better stability while turning very fast. It comes sandy out of the box, but that will slowly go away. The Aochuang has less stability but locks up way less and I find that refreshing while solving the cube. Aochuang is my main for now.
The AoChuang was well known for the risk of epic lockups. During my first few months of using that cube it happened frequently but over time, I learned to work around it and have pretty much forgotten that it happens.
The HuaChuang makes it much more difficult to get one of those epic lockups but the way they did it is by making the outer layers very catchy. It's annoying. Very annoying. And it annoys me every single solve.
That's not to say that you can't get good times with the HuaChuang. My averages are on par with the AoChuang and overall the cubesfeel very similar. The only difference is that the AoChuang allows the 3x3 stage to flow nicely while the HuaChuang constantly caches.
this is a great cube it turns very well and I beat my personal best time on the 1st solve. It is expensive but if you have the money and you like or need a 5x5 then this is the cube for you.
Yes, please, buy this, it is incredibly smooth and stable, also a little scratchy. Play with some tensions so that your'e happy with it, also lube it with silicone lube all over the internals of the cube to remove the scratch.