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A "real" Gear Skewb.
Some time ago, Oskar van Deventer presented a puzzle named Gear Skewb. Timur Evbatyrov meant that should actually be called Gear Master Skewb because it has 3 layers.
The inventor wanted to create a "real" Gear Skewb with 14 (8 corners and 6 face centers) pieces that appear after dissecting a solid with 4 corresponding layers. Because the name Gear Skewb was already occupied, it was named Skewb des Soleils - because face gears look like an image of the sun. Orientation of the suns is not visible (unless we make a "super" version), so this puzzle is not very difficult to solve.
Edge length: 51 mm
Weight: 42 grams
In 2015 a mass produced version "Timur Gear Skewb" hit the market. It is produced with black, white and blue body.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann, Lawrence Cuthbert.
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