The YuShi V2 M is a new, budget friendly, magnetic 6x6 from YJ that performs well above its price range. With vibrant stickerless bright shades and a strong magnetic feel, this puzzle is sure to please solvers ranging from beginners to seasoned professionals!
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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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So I have the MGC and Yushi, and id say they are tied for best 6x6(*if they are set up properly*). The Yushi is equally fast on all layers, while the MGC has awesome outer and second layers, but the middle are a little slower. The MGC pops... not too much, maybe once per ao25, but the Yushi has popped once ever, and thats out of 500+ solves. After 3 weeks with the MGC, all my PBs are still on the Yushi. The MGC definitely feels more premium, and like it has more potential, but the semi-frequent lockups and pops bring it down. The Yushi has a weird squeak and spring noise, but lubing the core fixes these and makes it faster. Id recommend trying a setup version of both, side by side before making up your mind. Either way, they are both great
Well first of, I have to give a praise to YJ for producing amazing magnetic cubes for an economical price. Even though this cube is $16 dollars, it can actually compete with the shadow and the MGC. The MGC and the Yushi are from the same company but I’ve heard that the MGC has popping issues. I haven’t heard that many reviews on this cube though. But from what I’ve heard, it’s really great. CoachTabe mained this cube I believe until the MGC 6x6 came out. Talking about the cube, it’s layers have a pretty consistent speed and the inner most is very fast. The magnets can be felt in all the layers but they are quite light to medium. Out of the box, the tensions very loose and the cube was locking up. If you turn the screws from 180° to 360°, the cube feels the same except it is much less prone to popping and locking. An issue with the MGC was that midges would pop a lot, but the midges on this cube don’t at all. I haven’t got a lock up or a pop on the Yushi and it is so fast. It is more stable and smoother than the Little Magic M. Corner cutting is good (that isn’t important on big cubes)I love this cube so much. There is only a minor problem with this cube and it catches. The catches are not that noticeable compared to other 6x6’s. I don’t care if it’s cheap but I can probably say this is the 2nd best 6x6 after the MGC. It’s only a $9 difference between the MGC and this. This magnetic budget 6x6 is cheaper than some of the non magnetic ones and it performs way better. The G6 is just so bad. I highly recommend the Yushi V2, if you like a fast and very stable 6x6) Get it! One thing I’m hoping for is a budget magnetic 8x8.
This is my second 6x6, and my first was a V-cube. Meaning this was a MASSIVE upgrade, and actually made solving 6x6 fun for me again! As far as the cube itself goes, I'm very happy with it.
It's got great turning, each layer turns well, slices are consistent and turn extremely well, even 3 layer slice moves are a breeze.
Color scheme is great, easy recognition even in low light.
Magnet strength is good, but I could use a touch more strength on the inner layers and a touch less on the outer layer.
Feel is super sandy at first, but after a few solves, it smooths out nicely, and becomes pretty fluid and quick moderately quickly.
Speed is real with this cube. It's possibly not your competition cube for elite level solvers, but for people like me who solve in the ~8min range, it's more speed than I could use.
Stability surprised me the most with this cube. It feels pretty loose, especially compared to my MGC cubes, that I was worried about pops. (My yj 4x4 popped a lot until it was tightened a bunch.) I haven't adjusted the tension at all, and haven't had a single pop in 50 or so solves. I've had it lock up because of bad slice moves by me and always been able to just turn the cube back, undo the lockup instantly, and move on. I've thought it would pop several times, especially while it was breaking in Z but it just never seems to pop. I haven't had one, and I've done some truly terrible slices that should have netted me a pile of pieces and a core.
All in all, this is a great cube, especially at the price point.
My 5x5 and 7x7 are both MGC's, and there is a notable difference it quality and feel. Some may prefer the lighter, looser feeling of this line of cubes, but I will say I much prefer the MGC's tight-but-speedy feel, texture and piece shape, and magnet strengths. For me, as much as this cube is fantastic and worth every penny and more, I'd spend the extra $10 for the MGC. The extra dopamine from how good those cubes feel to solve is worth it.
The Yoo mini mat pad is very nice.
The 6x6 cube had pieces fall out when we first opened the package. We were able to place back into the cube. Through the next day more pieces fell out of the middle of the cube and we can’t repair it.
For $15, this 6x6 is FANTASTIC. I absolutely love speed-solving this thing. It does catch every now and again but it's not too bad. If you're not looking for the best of the best cube but just want something cheap that isn't garbage, this is the cube for you.
This is my first experience with a magnetic cube. I've really liked this 6x6. I'm not a speedcuber, I just like to casually solve them. I have a Cyclone Boys 4x4 and a Qiyi 5x5, and this YJ 6x6 is far superior to both of those.
This is my first 6x6 and im so happy with it, the turning is smooth and controlable and the magnets help a lot, I think this is a great option and also its super cheap
definitley in the top 3 6x6's
Sadly it broke after having for only a week.