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A twisty puzzle with seven turning faces designed to have no symmetry.
This is one of Oskar's earliest creations based on the back-then new concept of "jumbling" introduced by Bram Cohen. It consists of seven face pieces, eleven edges and seventeen corners. It has some local five- (image 2), four- (image 4) and threefold (image 3) symmetries, but the puzzle as a whole has no symmetry whatsoever.
Oskar made two differently sizes versions:
Edge length: 42 mm
Weight: 78 grams
Edge length: 60 mm
Weight: 296 grams
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