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A jumbling Dino Cube.
The inspiration for the puzzle came from Bermuda cubes series. It started as an octahedral variant and ended up as curved-cuts dino cube with stored cuts. Those stored cuts on black and grey faces reminded the inventor of the curvy copter plus, hence the name. From all possible face configurations the inventor decided on this one from two reasons. First he wanted to reduce number of differently shaped plus pieces. Second he wanted faces to stay symmetrical and have same cut pattern as opposite one.
The puzzle was printed in polyamide. The stickers are from Jason Gavril.
Edge length: 54 mm
Weight: 71 grams
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