Lotus by Wil Strijbos!
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Your goal is to find out why this puzzle is called "Lotus". To do this, you need to understand how to disassemble it and use the details you discover to reach the next hidden step on the path to the final discovery. Remember, the puzzle is not considered solved until you can answer why this puzzle is called "Lotus".
Your second task is to return the puzzle to its original initial configuration.
There are many steps in this puzzle. Lots of small details. No blows, no tapping, no external tools, no force required; just patience, careful observation, and close attention to all the nuances and movements of this puzzle. Also, pay attention to the pieces that come out of the puzzle and in what order they need to be returned.
Like all mechanical puzzles at this level, "Lotus" is very difficult and there is no solution (hints) in the kit. Don't be discouraged if this puzzle baffles you - this is what it is supposed to do.
The puzzle is very solid and quite heavy. It is made of blue anodized aluminum. It has the name Lotus and Will's signature engraved on its side.
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