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The YJ GuanSu 4x4 is a new, lightweight 4x4 speedcube with a very low price point. For a budget 4x4, it features surprisingly smooth turning and good overall performance. Great as an inexpensive first speedcube for beginning or intermediate speedcubers!


Cube Dimensions62.0mm x 62.0mm x 62.0mm
Stock Color SchemeMoYu/QiYi Color Scheme
Fitted Stickers4x4 62mm - AoSu Stickers
Release Date21 January 2016

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Replacement Parts4x4 Replacement Parts


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136 of 151 customers found this review helpful
Great Cube
By Supersolving Cuber on 01 February 2016
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
I recently bought this cube after seeing The Cubicle's video on it. I wanted to see how it would compare to the other budget 4x4s. When I first got this cube I was amazed. It was very fast and smooth and had very few lookups. I have lubed and tensioned this puzzle and it has become my main over the Cyclone Boys G4. I would recommend this cube for anyone looking for a great, cheap 4x4!

Newest Reviews

3 of 5 customers found this review helpful
very rough and catchy
By Todd Burr on 11 July 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
I just received my 4x4 today and based on reviews a videos I was very excited for it, but today when I got it out of the box it was quite rough and after a bit it was I little better but not much. then just right now the middle layers starting getting caught on the inside of the rotating mechanism so now I really have to force the middle layers in order to get them to turn horizontally.
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
Good starter cube
By Aaryan on 10 July 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
Good for learning 4x4 but corner cutting is lacking. Good after some setup but not great. You need to be very accurate with your turning and my turning is very rough so I find it very annoying. Algorithms do not flow and I catch all the time, even when turning slow. Another thing to mention: this is a very slow cube. I recommend this to beginners with slow accurate turning who are not going to speedsolove this. Otherwise there are better options that are better worth your money.
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful
YJ Guansu
By Justin McCathren on 07 July 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
I got this cube and I thought this was gonna be great, only 8 dollars. I got it in the mail and it kinda sucked, it was really tight, and it was extremely catchy. Not so impressed. so I tenshioned it and it was now super poppy so yeah again, not impressed
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful
By Begginer on 21 May 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
I'm a beginner that just started solving 4x4's and it's really good. I put some Maru with a mix of weight 3 in it and the outer layers are great, but the problem is the middle layers. When I move the middle layers against each other they grind and is like a very sandy feeling. Also, if you loosen the cube than the chances that it will pop is very high but if you tighten it just right then you have a good chance of having a very good beginners' cube.
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful
Amazing after break- in
By Spec Fuse on 05 May 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
This was my first 4x4. Out of the box, the outer layers were smooth and swishy but the inner layers were my first problem. They were so slow, sluggish and my hands got tired after a few solves. However after break-in (lubed core and pieces w/ weight 3) the inner layers got faster and it was easier to turn. Popping is an issue if you have it on pretty loose tensions, and lock ups are an issue if its really tight so i reccomend about medium. Really good cube for begginers and people on budget
2 of 5 customers found this review helpful
By Dominic N on 25 April 2017
Product: YJ GuanSu 4x4
Out of the box, this cube is not that good. It is on really really tight tensions. There is poor cornercutting and it feels really sandy and dry, but the middle layers seem to turn good. Maybe lubing it would help but make sure to know what you are going to do when you set it up.
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