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Hex Shift
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Fourteen gears on a hexagonal shape.

This is another idea by Bram Cohen. It succeeds Gear Shift, Skewb Shift and Shift Happens. The puzzle can be pulled apart in four directions, three horizontal and one vertical. When shifted open, part of the gears can turn, while the others remain stationary. The object is to scramble the puzzle and then bring it back to its original shape and color pattern.
Oskar tried to give it the shape of a hexagonal prism but there was not enough space for the core.
Edge length: 41 mm
Weight: 154 grams

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