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A hexagonal prism which disguises extremely well its nature as a corner turning hexahedron.
This is a puzzle with some crazy shapeshifting moves. It is named for the pattern of stickers on the long faces, which resemble an hourglass.
It has two types of turns: hexagonal face turns, and edge turns. See images 2 and 3. The edge turns are not available on every edge but only on one halve of them.
Despite its appearance, it is in fact a doctrinaire puzzle and was designed to be a shape variant of the face turning octahedron but unlike the FTO this new puzzle has one additional type of pieces: C1.
One half of the small triangles in the equatorial layer represents the X9-pieces (triangular pieces known from the FTO) but the other half represents the C1-pieces, known from the Compy Cube.
So far this is a very unusual combination of pieces.
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