The YJ YuChuang 5x5 is now available for pre-order! Officially released under the YongJun name, the YuChuang comes at an attractive price point, yet it is expected to outperform the existing 5x5s in its price range.
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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.
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This cube is nice as a first 5x5 on a budget. It turns well, smooth, but I have experienced a lot of lockups recently as I’ve gotten a bit faster (sub 3 minutes). If you’ve never done 5x5 and need a cheap one to learn/ practice, this is a good option. There are, however much better budget cubes, so it might be better to spend 20 to 30 dollars on something better.
I bought this cube, and it's very good, out of the box isn't well at all, but with some Traxxas and Dnm37 is amazing, I average 1:46 with my YuChuang, I'm noob on 5x5, but buy it
I am really disappointed with this cube I popped it every time I solve this cube No matter how much mod I've done still this cube is Zonkzee (bad)
It is ok but believe me, spend the extra 5 dollars on a yuxin it is totally worth it dont buy this it might be good for a starter but you might as well buy the good one now so you dont have to replace it later
CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP CRAP!
This cube is a trash, don´t buy it it sucks. I get lockups all the time and it pops too frequently. The speed is ok.
It is quite stiff out of the box. I tensioned it a bit and it became qutie good.
I had somewhat high hopes for this cube, but I'll probably not be using it much because it simply doesn't hold up in performance compared to my cyclone boys or my yuxin.
As far as feel goes, it is incomparable to the yuxin. They feel completely different. However, the yuchuang feels very similar to the cyclone boys, but the yuchuang is not quite as fast and catches more. So yea...safe to say I'm not really gonna use it. Maybe I'll trade it at my next comp.
I'd recommend this cube to anybody who needs a first 5x5 or wants to upgrade from a shengshou, for cheap. It is certainly not a bad cube, but it simply doesn't hold up to its competitors at all.
The only cube I can think of that's worse than this cube is the Shengshou. But for such a low price, you really oughta know what to expect. Inner layers are fine, and feel basically like an AoChuang. But the outer layers are very loose in comparison... and they catch a LOT. The catching is worse than an Out-of-Box Yuxin or HuaChuang, with the exception that they do not improve much with time. For $5 more, you can get a Yuxin, and for just $3 more than that, you can get a BoChuang. Do not bother with this cube.
Its an extremely fast puzzle with a huachuang feel and appearance. Corner-cutting goes at a piece and a half. The outer layers catch often like the huachuang cut it's not to much of a problem and the inner layers get shengshou lockups but are very rare. The cube overall is a killer option for a first 5x5 and really is a great 5x5 in general.