A new budget numerical IPG cube from GAN. Whilst not living up to the hype that then GAN 356 X created upon its release, the GAN 356 Air Pro (with numerical IPG) has certainly been rather popular amongst some cubers that cannot afford the higher price that the GAN 356 X demands. Overall, the GAN 356 Air Pro boasts great corner cutting and nice bright shades out of the box.
Approx Size: 56mm3
What's In The Box?
- GAN 356 Air Pro (Numerical IPG)
- Solution Pamphlet
- Display Case
- B/G/P GES Nuts
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My son really really wanted this for his 10th Birthday...
He wanted a stickered non magnetic Gan specifically, he got what he wanted, and he loves it. He's managed to get a PB of 25.04 seconds on it, using CFOP F2l and Roux for LL.
I think, if you want to practice (or rather improve) technique then a non magnetic cube really forces you to work on good quality and accurate turning, but this opens an un-necessary discussion in a review.
This is good cube, it's a Gan, it has Gan R&D behind it and most importantly the Gan core, so from this perspective I can understand the price, it simply lacks magnets.
However there are better non magnetic cubes out there... little magic, and the original Valk 3 come to mind. Like I mentioned I got this simply because it was for a 10th Birthday, and it was really wanted.
Really pleased - am not a super quick solver so the spec and corner cutting etc are cool. Very smooth turning. Delivery was perfect. Thanks!
This cube is way to fast for me and locks up sometimes, as the corner cutting is not as good as most cubes nowadays, and the flexibility, I find it hard to control. I have the green GES nuts in, it is very fast, but, too uncontrollable. I recommend, if you are looking for a new main, not to get this, but, it is better for a light turning style. If you have a rougher turning style, you could get a valk m, or gts2M for a Similar price
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