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Puzzle Pod Cryptex - Brain Teaser Puzzle & Coin Bank

$39.99 CAD Canadian Flag

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the box using the correct combination.
Brand4 Thought Products
TypesPuzzle Boxes, Other Games & Toys
PackagingCardboard Box

Product Description

Your Next Gift Becomes An Adventure!
Looking to give that special someone something unique, entertaining, and fun? Set them off on a code-cracking treasure hunt game with this cryptex, ala Da Vinci Code that they’ll never forget.

Puzzle Pod Cryptex brain teaser allows you to lock any number of gifts inside and set your own personal five letter code word. This cryptex puzzle is more fun and challenging than a money maze puzzle and it can be reset and used over and over again, each game being unique! The person receiving your gift inside the cryptex will need to crack your code word before getting what’s inside.

Use the pod with a wrapped or visible gift. Toys, watches, jewelry, keys to a car, money, gift cards, candy, smart phones, cigars, and much more can fit in the cryptex. The bottle accepts items that will fit though a 2-3/4” (70mm)  diameter opening and up to 7-3/4” (197 mm) in length. It cannot hold any liquids.

You can re-gift this puzzle; use it as a coin bank, in a treasure hunt, office game or as a prize.

Comes Empty. The dollar is not included.

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    On Tuesday December 25th   Edwin Rosario Rosa wrote,