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A puzzle which looks like a Redi Cube but uses gears to force a synchronized move.
This puzzle looks like the Redi Cube and like it it is a corner turning cube.
Its main difference to the Redi Cube are the possible moves. Four corners (distributed in a tetrahedral pattern) can be twisted independently from the others as known from the Redi Cube. The other four corners always move in synchronized to each other.
It has 58198694400 permutations which is 1/27th of the 'normal' Redi Cube.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann.
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