The YJ Fisher Cube is a distorted, three-layered puzzle in which the axes of rotation cut diagonally across the cube. It turns smoothly right out of the box.
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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 didn't get this from TheCubicle, but I would have if I had realized they had it in green, since that is my favorite color. That aside, this is a good puzzle. It turns well out of the box, and has a standard Rubik's-like mechanism. As some people said, the E slice edge caps kept falling off at first, but that slowly diminished for whatever reason. It's quite fun to solve, and I can do it in around 45 seconds now. However, I would recommend you get the Meffert's version, as I believe that actually returns some revenue to Tony Fisher himself. You could also get the Moyu Crazy Yileng. However, if you're very tight on money, this is pretty decent.
The center caps would fall off, it would pop once a solve, the sticker colors don't match the white plastic, and overall the cube doesn't even turn well. I would not recommend this cube to anyone.
This cube is fairly decent, after a bit of tightening the tensions gluing in caps. It comes out of the box with very loose tensions, but is easily fixed with a screwdriver. Caps do fall off easily, but is fixed with superglue. Overall, it is a decent cube with an interesting solve, but with a few quirks out of the box.
I got this cube not expecting much because of it being from the yj company (before moyu was around) and i was right. It feels very cheap and has pretty much the same mechanism as a rubiks brand. The caps fall off constantly, but the turning is actually not that bad. I've never had a fisher cube before, but im sure tony fishers is way better. Dont buy this unless you just want the cheapest one!!!