Gan356 Air SM Super Magneto - back in stock!
The incredible new Gans356 AIrSM has arrived!
The new premium cube from Gan brings many new innovations to 3x3 speed cubes:
World first - honeycomb contact surface. Designd to make lube spread out equally on all contact surfaces, resulting in a smoother feel and longer lifespan.
Magnets are fixed in place, and the postioning is precise dues to the new magnets-snap-on design.
There are 48 magnets, yet the cube still only weighs 76 grams
A new core design brings much greater accuracy than previous versions.
GES v2 springs - all 7 colours are included with each cube.
Full bright Oracle stickers are applied to the cube.
Hidden seam design.
Your cube comes with:
Gans cube bag, to protect your precious cube.
Two packs of springs.
Worth over 40 quid
Posted by Conor Lodge on 14th Jan 2018
Right out of the box this this was insanely fast as it came with blue nuts.
after swapping the nuts to my liking,and lubing it it is a controllably fast magnetic cube. Worth the money if you set it up
Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2017
This cube performs great and works amazing with any ges nut.
It's smooth, stable and greatly customisable and the only flaw with it is that the stickers chip really easily and there was a bubble under one of the blue stickers - doesn't hinder performance but it's kind of annoying.
The best setup I found worked was green ges nuts loosened by one and a half turns, the core lubed with 4k lube, the smooth contact points and the torpedos with 2k and the honeycombs with 4k. This gives the cube a buttery and controllable feel while the green ges make it flex just the right amount.
Better than the UM
Posted by Matthew on 18th Dec 2017
I already own the Gans356 Air UM which is a superb cube. But, to my tastes at least, the 356 SM is an improvement - externally identical but quieter, perhaps with slightly stronger magnets and better corner-cutting. It does seem a bit faster too, so you may went to use 'tighter' springs than you would on the UM. Overall, a joy to use. NB: I'm a sub-30 cuber, so not exactly a Zemdegs when it comes to cube skills.