The MoYu WeiShi 6x6 GTS is the latest 6x6 from MoYu and the successor to the MoYu AoShi 6x6. The WeiShi GTS features various improvements over the MoYu AoShi that allow for less friction and reduced bumpiness, resulting in a much more stable and pleasant solving experience.
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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 okay and everything. The only thing I don't like about this cube is that when I try to speed-solve on this cube, it usually pops. I expected the corner-cutting of this to be better. Overall, it is OKAY.
I bought the stickerless. Its a little more pale (less vibrant, I guess?) Than I thought it would be. But it doesn't seem to want to pop, even if im a little mean to it. I don't speed solve but will move it quickly when I start warming up. Its very forgiving. I would recommend this cube, but a stickered version.
This cube is fantastic. This cube performed better than my spring swapped, well broken-in, yuxin red 6x6 after the first solve. This cube is unbelievably stable and smooth.
With a bit of lubricant this cube is by far the best 6x6 on the market and it didn't require half the work the stupid yuxin needed.
When i first got this out of the box, it felt sandy and was a bit sluggish on the 3rd layers. After a bit of breaking in, I dropped DNM-37 on all layers and broke in. Now after about 50 solves this cube is fast and stable. Highly recommended!
Honestly, REGRET it. It doesn't worth the price, doesn't worth even $5.
Not the best 6x6 I have seen from moyu, even when I drop a bit of DNM in it, it is still sluggish in my opinion, bit it is still better than the ShengShou 6x6
I like this cube. But with that it does have a lot of issues, at least ones I've noticed. First off the feel is nice, it's very smooth and a little slow out of the box. I got it in white and it looks amazing. Sadly that's about it as far as it being good. Where do I begin, it has literally no corner cutting what so ever no matter the tensions (I understand it's a 6x6 but my Qiyi Wuji 7x7 out performs and cornercuts it). If the tensions are tight it gets caught and hard to turn, if they are even slightly looser, God awful lock up's/pops. You cannot get the tensions just right, it's either some of the worst pops and lockups or it's so tight you can barley get through a solve. I've never had any other 6x6 to compare but this isn't a reliable cube in my opinion. I hate to be leaving a bad review on a cube I want to love so much, but I can't deny the problems it has.
mine was a bit sluggish out of the box but i wiped it out and put some silk in it and it is just amazing it is better than my friends yuxin red
WeiShi GTS is a very stable and smooth cube but there are 2 problems: firstly it is big, secondly, it's slow and feels tight. I had a KungFu CangFeng 4x4 that I never use, so I swapped the springs with the WeiShi and tightened my WeiShi to an extent where the furthest you can pull the 2 middle layers apart is about 5mm. That took care of the second problem.
The spring-swapped WeiShi is one of the smoothest cubes in my collection, and it is as fast as some of my 5x5s, including an MF5S and a Magnetic WeiChuang. The stability is still among the best I have seen, and the outer layers can corner cut 1.2 pieces forward and 0.7 pieces reverse. Compared to other 6x6s the WeiShi is also the most immune to cube defects such as pops and the deforming lockup. Even if I try to force it, these defects do not happen to my current setting. The only negative thing about the WeiShi is the size.
Its slugish right out of the box, not what you expect. But breaking it in with a few solves is definitely worth it. It also is a bit bigger. PERFECT CUBE!