Initial impressions are pretty good overall though there are a few caveats.. first off make sure you strip the cube down and get rid of the factory lube!! IMHO the stuff they used is awful, it makes the cube feel dull and slow. While it’s stripped down you may as well turn the torpedoes out as well as they add massively to the stability of the cube. I haven’t played around with all of the different magnet options as yet but no doubt I will when I have a bit more time.. the magnets in the pieces are not adjustable, adjustment is via the lower discs in the centre pieces, you can move the disc counter-clockwise to choose between two settings that will have an effect on repulsion and attraction on the other pieces. The upper disc is for spring compression and is adjustable by hand, though it isn’t very easy to tell which setting you are on visually as the numbers are tiny and movement of disc vertically is difficult to tell. After setting it up with some decent lube (I used scs solar) it feels quite nice, the plastics used aren’t up to GAN standards but they are on the higher grade of cheaper plastic, kind of like that of a meilong or rs3m. It’s pretty fast and has a kind of papery, hollow feel to it. It’s fairly loose but also stable with the torpedoes turned out. Admittedly I did quite like the previous ms cubes and now with the backing of diansheng they will hopefully get a bit more exposure.
Speedcubing.org is located in the UK so orders will usually arrive much faster than from other stores. Speedcubing.org is run by Daniel Evans, a speedcuber and twisty puzzle enthusiast, he still competes regularly at cubing competitions and is still ranked 3rd in the UK for 7x7x7, he also holds the world record for fastest time to solve the world's largest mass produced 3x3x3 cube
Free shipping will automatically be applied to all domestic orders over £80. Simply add over £80 to your cart and you will see the discount while checking out.
Shipping is free for orders over £80. For UK customers I offer Royal Mail tracked 48 for £2.85 and Royal Mail tracked 24 for £3.95. For international customers shipping cost depends on the weight, I offer both International standard shipping (which is not tracked) and International Tracked and Signed.
I aim to dispatch orders quickly and will often send them out the same day as the order is placed. for UK customers Tracked 24 usually arrives the day after dispatch while tracked 48 usually arrives 2-3 days after dispatch, however, these timeframes are not guaranteed and delays are always possible. For non-UK customers shipping times can vary significantly, while items will usually arrive in about a week, they have been known to take a lot longer.
If the product is unopened and in its original packaging then it can be returned, simply email me and then send it back.
If you have opened the product then I cannot accept it back unless it is faulty. If you believe the product is faulty then please email me with the details and some pictures and I will see what can be done. This warranty is valid up to 30 days after you receive the cube.
Speedcubes are very well designed these days but occasionally one (or more) pieces can come out of the cube, if this happens then the cube is probably not broken and the pieces can be put back in, if you need help doing this then please email me and I can give you advice, alternatively if necessary, you can send the cube back to me for me to fix.