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A reimplemented void skewb which makes visible its core which is connected to the red square.
Deep Skewb was proposed by Scott Elliott. Scott was exploring twisty puzzles, where the core is exposed and part of the puzzle. The core of Deep Skewb is connected to the red square. The orientation of the core is indicated with colorful little square stickers. So when the puzzle is scrambled, the core is scrambled with it.
The core makes visible the orientation of the red square. That means the core can be twisted without scrambling the rest of the puzzle.
Edge length: 48 mm
Weight: 50 grams
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