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A very cleverly disguised Dino Cube.
In solved state this puzzle looks like the binocular skewb but it utilizes a completely different mechanism. There are eight different corner rotations, split in two sets of four. The second set of turns (see image 5) requires three turns of the first set to be placed in midturn. Since each turn rotates three pieces plus one immovable corner piece the closest relative is the Dino Cube. Four trivial tips add to the puzzle's appearance but not its complexity.
Edge length: 56 mm
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