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ObjectOpen the box.
DifficultyLevel 9 - Gruelling
BrandPuzzle Master
TypesWooden Puzzle Boxes, Puzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes
Dimensions10.4 cm x 10.4 cm 10.4 cm / 4.1 in x 4.1 in x 4.1 in
PackagingCardboard Box

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Product Info

This amazing wood puzzle box requires 42 moves to open it!  You will find the answser to the puzzle very intriguwing. An apt challenge with an intriguing appearance!

Comes with a solution.  Made out of polywood.  Measures 10.4 cm x 10.4 cm 10.4 cm / 4.1 in x 4.1 in x 4.1 in.

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1.8 rating

4 Reviews

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    On Friday November 3rd Jeanne H wrote,
Very disappointing puzzle. I buy wooden puzzles every Christmas to hide money, tickets or gift cards. While this puzzle is fairly attractive and has room inside for a small gift, it is impossible to solve due to its extremely poor construction. Some of the slots move, some would not budge making it extremely difficult to follow the solution in the correct order…42 steps! The top finally came off but not without 2 tiny nails bending. Not suitable for gift giving now. Should have read prior reviews before purchasing.
    On Friday February 17th Adam L wrote,
This puzzle box broke at one of the corners in the first 5 minutes. I have lots of puzzle boxes and feel this one is cheaply constructed. I did not use force. It split the wood at the tiny nail so it cannot be fixed.
    On Friday January 21st Michael Marcus wrote,
This was a satisfying puzzle box ruined by bad construction. The sliding pins moved around unevenly, with some providing more resistance than others for no apparent reason, and eventually, I had attempted to use the solution included with the box... but to no avail. After attempting to use this without force, I eventually used a little more than I normally would, and I found out that the reason it hadn't opened correctly was that one of the corner pieces was sitting at an angle on bent internal nails. I'm really sad and frustrated because other than that, it looks beautiful, and the interior is large enough for a nice gift, but it's broken and likely beyond fixing, all for a tiny bit of wood and a couple of tiny bent nails.
    On Thursday December 30th Jennifer Im wrote,
I was looking for a difficult puzzle box, and indeed this is very difficult. Impossible, actually. You cannot solve this puzzle without using the solution paper because it is not very well constructed. A lot of parts that should not be movable are movable from the beginning, making it impossible to tell which is the "first". Half the pieces click to let you know you did the right move, the remaining half does not. The pieces frequently shift back to its original position, and the fact that they're not distinguishable at all from each other means even if you did steps 1-12 correctly, steps 8-9 might have undone itself. Now imagine you have 42 steps. Cue going through every step repeatedly to try and catch the pieces that slid around. That is this puzzle. It's sad because if it was just a little better constructed, it would have been an amazing puzzle. It's gorgeous with plenty of space inside. But it's a bad puzzle. It's more like a safe with a password that's 42 random characters long.
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