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Magnets are in the feet?!! MS3-L (enhanced) unboxing

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Magnets are in the feet?!! MS3-L (enhanced) unboxing

The MS3-L is an interesting new 3x3x3 release from a former Gancube designer, it has magnets in the feet of the corner and edge pieces which is a very interesting new idea, I presume it mimics the feeling of corner-core magnets without any extra bits being added to the core. It is also cheaper than their previous release, the MS3V1, at just £19! buy it here

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QiYi 9x9x9 unboxing and solving | better than YuXin Little Magic?

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QiYi 9x9x9 unboxing and solving | better than YuXin Little Magic?

The QiYi 9x9x9 is much lighter than the YuXin Little Magic but does it perform as well? That is certainly questionable, I had no major problems with pops or instability but neither does the YuXin Little Magic so I don't know what my view on this cube is, maybe it is good for people who don't want to handle giant cubes. Buy it here

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WRM 2021 MAGLEV unboxing | better than springs?

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WRM 2021 MAGLEV unboxing | better than springs?

The WRM 2021 is the second cube to come with the new magnetic levitation technology, traditional springs are replaced with repelling magnets which eliminates the friction there but adds about 6 grams of extra weight to the cube. The WRM 2021 MAGLEV unsurprisingly seems way too fast out of the box but I suspect could perform well with the right set-up and break in. Buy it here

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MoYu RS3M 2021 MAGLEV review | Speedcube with no springs!

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MoYu RS3M 2021 MAGLEV review | Speedcube with no springs!

The RS3M 2021 is the first cube to have magnetic levitation technology used in the place of springs, while the piece design is the exact same as the original RS3M 2020, the magnetic levitation technology provides a different feel by eliminating the friction that conventional springs would produce. This also eliminates spring noise and makes the cube exceptionally fast out of the box, too fast for most people I suspect! Buy it here

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Gan Mini M Pro review | Just as good but 3mm smaller?

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Gan Mini M Pro review | Just as good but 3mm smaller?

The Gan Mini M Pro is an exact replica of the Gan 11 M Pro, except for some very minor differences in the corner stalk, just shrunk down to a 53mm size instead of the standard 56mm, the reduced size is great for those with smaller hands or interested in one-handed solving. The Gan Mini M Pro comes with all the same features we saw on the Gan 11 M Pro such as core-corner magnets, adjustable elasticity and magnet strengths and more! Buy it here

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