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The principle of the Sunminx applied to pentagonal dipyramid with cut away tips.
This is the fourth entry in a series of puzzles taht started with the Sunminx. The other two puzzles are Heaven's Eyes and Big Dipper. All four puzzles have a geometry with twelve axes but the turns allow turns in steps of 36� instead of the usual 72�.
Cullian Cube has an jumbling only axis system with twelve sides. Two opposing faces look like the Sunminx and give the illusion of being a dodecahedron. But the other ten sides are oriented as if the puzzle's shape was a pentagonal dipyramid without the tips. As a result the puzzle has more than twelve sides but also five inverted squares. Image 4 shows the diagram of this puzzle.
When presented this puzzle was presented as "Sun Jumblix".
Size: 145 x 145 x 145 mm
Weight (with packaging): 700 grams
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