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6 Bottles

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Product Information

ObjectSlide out the bottom bar
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandJean Claude Constantin
TypesJean Claude Constantin, Other Wood Puzzles
Dimensions8.5in x 4.5in x 0.7in / 21.5cm x 11.5cm x 1.7cm

Product Description

Wood colors vary.

Made from laser-cut wood and steel balls. 6 Bottles, like the name suggests is comprised of six bottle-shaped sliding pieces that move vertically and a bar that moves horizontally. There’s a slot in the bar that’ll only accommodate one bottle a time and your task is to move all bottles in a sequential order until you’re able to slide out the bar. The steel balls prevent the bottles from moving freely so you have to constantly move them around the open spaces in the bottles. A very difficult puzzle from Jean Claude Constantin that requires utmost concentration.

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2.5 rating

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    On Tuesday March 17th Mitchel wrote,
You could buy this for $20 at Barnes n Noble. It took me 20 minutes to solve and another 5 to put back in place. It was fun to fluently repeat the pattern, but it was too easy: I was hoping for something more challenging, that’s all. This should serve as a great product and hopefully a challenge to a younger audience. 10-16 years of age, I would recommend
    On Wednesday December 26th jv wrote,
My first puzzle, I got it as a christmass gift. Not so difficult as it has only one repeating pattern. The solution is not that difficult to discover as everything is in sight. It can be solved in 5min after you perform the pattern fluently. It should be given a lower rating so I would have got another one as a gift