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A circle cube with pentagonally divided circles.
Another puzzle that defies any classification scheme. It looks like a circle cube with circle inside of every six sides. But instead of these circle cut up with a central square there is a central pentagon.
In contrast to a circle cube the circles are independently twistable and they need to be since the pentagonal structure allows only one twist of a side at once. The circles "edges" are embossed to allow the puzzle a good grip.
For every different twist of a side at least two circle have to be reoriented. Speedsolving becomes hellish!
Its size (including the embossed pieces) is identical to a 3x3x3.
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