Pretty good, stable and fast get it if you want a 6x6
2017-04-26 23:48:12 UTC
I like this cube but I prefer the yuxin 6x6
2017-04-26 11:30:02 UTC
John C said:
This is my current favorite cube. It's just so smooth... it's pretty big, has a nice heft to it, turns like a dream... I just love it. Best 6x6 out there IMHO. Grab this baby up!
2017-04-21 20:19:59 UTC
Ryan Hinds said:
This Cube Is GREAT!
I got this cube and it was tight and try. After and easy lubrication and tensioning, main right away.
2017-04-16 16:21:34 UTC
Great cube, but requires break in!
At the start, this cube felt really slow and sluggish. However, after lubing and tensioning the cube, along with a many solves this cube began to get better, feeling much faster. This cube feels very stable, and doesn't seem like it will pop and has not pop at all! The corner-cutting isn't too great, but it can cut very well for a 6x6. The shades on this cube is very good, it contrasts very well. However, this cube feels much heavier and slightly larger than the QiYi WuHua, and the YuXin Red. If your in need of a new 6x6, then this is a great choice, only if you do not have a QiYi WuHua or the YuXin Red with the spring swap. Unless your someone who prefers larger or heavier cubes then I highly recommend this cube!
2017-03-28 16:49:58 UTC
Weishi gts 6x6
I'm new to the 6x6 but did quite a bit of research before buying. Out of the box it felt a bit heavier than my other puzzles but very solid feeling. It was kind of tight/stiff but after breaking it in it was really nice. Very smooth on all layers and the outer layers are very fast. I lubed it with some 50w shock oil and this is easily one of my favorite puzzles now. Don't hesitate to get it!
2017-03-08 21:16:19 UTC
Caleb Cruce said:
Better (For Me) Than WuHua
Since I started cubing, I've liked 6x6 in theory, but not found hardware good enough for me to like it in practice. The WeiShi GTS finally did it for me! I've used the QiYi WuHua and the ShengShou (modded with Dayan Springs). I haven't tried the Yuxin Red, so I can't compare them. The WeiShi GTS is more stable and faster than the QiYi WuHua, and is more consistent across the different layers. The WuHua has excellent outer and middle layers, but a super-sluggish middle layer. This WeiShi GTS has very fast outer layers (for a 6x6, don't expect it to be like a smaller cube), slightly slower second layers, and slightly slower, but still smooth and easy middle layers. It can get those annoying lockups that every 6x6 is prone to, but they usually aren't too bad and are quite rare on my medium tensions. It also has a nice rounded feel that I enjoy. The only downside for me is I wish it were smaller. The WuHua is still a great cube, and some might prefer it due to it's smaller size, flexibility, and a feel more in line with other cubes in the QiYi Wu- line, but for me, I like the WeiShi GTS more in almost every way (except size). For set-up I broke it in with 20 solves, loosened it, and lubed with light silicone lube and Maru
2017-03-02 00:39:14 UTC
Brady swan said:
Great Cube out of the box. With minimum setup it's great!
2017-01-18 12:38:17 UTC
Stickerless version. Standard Moyu shades, so you'll be happy if you like that color scheme. Plastic quality is solid. The seams of the pieces are very clean and smooth, so if you hate plastic burrs all over your puzzle you'll be very pleased. However, there are cosmetic imperfections on the edge pieces at the 2 o'clock, 5 o'clock, 8 o'clock, and 11 o'clock positions on every single face. Most likely a result of the manufacturing process, considering the uniformity. It isn't anything horrifyingly noticeable by sight or touch during solving, but it's hard to miss when you hold the puzzle up to the light. Turning quality is fantastic. Silky smooth right out of the box. Corner cutting isn't anything amazing, but it's serviceable enough for a puzzle of this size and lockups are uncommon. Overall a very nice puzzle that just barely missed a perfect score.