WORST PYRAMINX I have ever used. It was my first so I had nothing to compare it to until I dropped It two weeks later from four feet off the ground and the incredibly cheap thin plastic "edge piece" that holds the edges in place snapped off and once that piece came out I could see just how cheaply made this puzzle was. The plastic though only dropped from a short distance off the ground had SHATTERED completely. There was no repairing it without epoxy sculpt, which was not worth it for such a puzzle. I now keep the pieces in a bag for spare parts. Even before it broke the turning on it was awful. It was very stiff even after lubing and it was not speedcubeable at all since corner cutting was literally nonexistent and the plastic was too low quality and crappy to mod. After about ten solves my wrists started to hurt really bad. I’ve gone from this to the shengshou and I was blown away by good it was in comparison. It was sturdy and turned amazingly and it came at a very good price. I highly recommend the shengshou if you are starting out of pyraminx and don’t want to spend too much money. However I then upgraded to the Moyu pyraminx and if I was blown away before words cannot do justice to how I felt when I did the first turns on that puzzle. It was smooth as BUTTER. Out of the box, I was astounded at the amazing quality of the “cube” faster and better than any modded shengshou I have ever felt however a little uncontrollable. So as a final verdict and long story short DON’T BUY THIS CUBE. If you’re a beginner and/or don’t feel like spending more cash get the shengshou it’s still a very good puzzle. If you’re advanced on pyraminx or you just want to start out on a SUPER good pyraminx and spend a few extra bucks by all means go for the Moyu, but for goodness sake don’t go wasting your money on this cube. If zero stars was an option you can guarantee I would give it that.
2016-07-15 08:52:55 UTC
An okay puzzle
The QJ pyraminx is a puzzle that sometimes pop, there is no corner cutting, the turning is very crunchy and loud, the stickers are a bit weird and the pieces sharp. When a piece fall on the ground, a little triangle, pop of the piece, and you can loose it. Without the little triangle, the turning is horrible, incredibly unstable....
Overall, for 7$, this is not a puzzle that i would recommend to advanced cubers, but for beginners who want to try pyraminx, it's okay.
2016-07-05 23:18:13 UTC
Matthew Harris said:
QJ Pyraminx Stickered
Although the QJ is way better than the Mozhi, it is still pretty terrible as well. It came with really dull stickers and I have replaced them. The turning is crunchy and loud. There is no corner cutting and pops are somewhat rare. One problem though is that the pieces are very sharp. Overall, I would not recommend this puzzle. You would be better off with a Shengshou, Moyu, or QiYi instead.