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An icosahedral Starminx.

This puzzle can be considered as a Starminx in shape of an icosahedron. The difference solvingwise between the Astrominx and the original Starminx are the orientations of the face and corner pieces. The Astrominx' corners are equivalent to the Starminx' faces. Here their orientation is visible, on the Starminx is is not. For the faces the opposite is true.
Speaking about building this specific sample is NOT a transformed Starminx but built from scratch.

Jason Gavril designed his own version.
Edge Length: 53 mm
Weight: 210 grams



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