steven forler said:
Great for on the go practice with a few cons
Overall, Its a great bluetooth smart cube. If you need a stickerless bluetooth puzzle so that you don't need to worry about replacing the stickers on it then this is the one to go with for long trips if you take public transit.
but here are the pros and cons of this cube
*It has adjustable centers (the Giiker doesn't)
*No need for a screw driver
*The App has a lot of great applications.
*Doesn't need lube to and needs minor adjustments out of the box
*Magnet strength is almost medium strength which works in its favor.
*Doesn't corner cut that well due to my rough turning style. (catches a lot due to not being able to set up properly) can't be helped.
*The battery life isn't really that great. (Depending on how fast you are you might be able to get through a session of Ao100)
*The application feels like its still in beta and needs some polish and quality of life changes
- can't easily rotate the cube in the app no manual options for that.
- the battle system still drops connection with the other person quite a bit even though I'm on wifi
- the cube freaks out way too much and requires me to restart it more than it should.
*The cube is really slippery due to the frosted plastic so I will have off days where I can't grip the cube properly.