- Level 5 - Easy
- Level 6 - Tricky
- Level 7 - Challenging
- Level 8 - Demanding
- Level 9 - Gruelling
- Level 10 - Mind Boggling
|Object||open the box|
|Difficulty||Level 6 - Tricky|
|Brand||Jean Claude Constantin|
|Types||European Wood Puzzles, Wooden Puzzle Boxes, Jean Claude Constantin|
|Dimensions||10 cm x 8 cm x 4 cm / 3.94 in x 3.15 in x 1.57 in|
Meaning 'Jewelry Box' in German, the Schmuckdose puzzle is indeed well-sized for holding jewelry and other small items in its felt-lined interior compartment. The box lid can move up and down on a spring, but further action is required to solve the puzzle.
Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different laser-cut wood puzzles, as well as metal puzzles and magic tricks.
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I was hoping from the "Level 6 - Tricky" difficulty rating it would be a reasonable challenge. Unfortunately, there is nothing tricky about it, particularly if you are a experienced puzzle box solver. I had it open in well under a minute. The difficulty rating should be ignored...this is maybe a level 2.