Here we have one of the original Skewb modifications. In 1991, Tony Fisher modified a Skewb into this octahedron shape that looks like a diamond from the proper angle. Then, in 1999, Uwe Meffert began mass-producing the puzzle. This particular version is made by Lan Lan and the quality is great. Each turn clicks nicely into place with a satisfying click. It can be difficult to keep track of which piece goes where due to the puzzle’s octahedron shape. Luckily, knowing how to solve a normal Skewb will greatly improve your chances at solving this puzzle.