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A corner turning heptagonal prism with an unusual geometry.
The Abbott Prism is a jumbling-only corner turning heptagonal prism, but unlike similar puzzles, the height of the prism is equal to the length of the short diagonal of the heptagonal face, instead of the edge. This means the thick edges can only scramble within their respective faces, while the thin edges can move anywhere on the puzzle.
The puzzle is named after Abbott, one of the heptapods from the movie Arrival. He in turn was named after Bud Abbott of Abbott and Costello.
The puzzle was printed in PETG plastic, and the stickers were cut by Jason Gavril.
Height: 69 mm
Weight: 216 grams
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