So it turns out that there are definitly no magnets in this pyraminx, it features a ball-point positioning system which it turns out is similar to what is used on the meilong pyraminx. I am probably slightly embarassing myself by forgetting about that since I have obviously had to play around with the meilong pyraminx a lot at market stalls. I think that on the QiMing S2 it is more obvious and overall the performance is definitely better, it is essentially a cheaper version of the X-Man Bell V1, I am not sure why they chose to use that as a base model instead of the new X-Man Bell V2 but they did, if you want a £5 pyraminx then this is my recommendation but if you can afford to spend a bit more then consider the QiYi MS or better still, the Gan Pyraminx.
Birthday gift for someone used to regular cubes. When opened they were confused how to rotate it and correct it, was still in a mess when I left.
Would recommend as something different.
It was pretty sluggish out of the box, to be honest I didn't like it much, but when I set it up myself it became a great performer.
this is easily the best pyraminx on th emarket as it has lots of customisation options and fits any turning style would recommend
perfect cube, very smooth movements
this is probably the best mirror block that i ever tried. will make a great christmas present but who asked for a uv mirror block?