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Viking Box

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ObjectOpen the box.
DifficultyLevel 9 - Gruelling
TypesEuropean Wood Puzzles, Wooden Puzzle Boxes, Puzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes, Jean Claude Constantin
Dimensions17.3 cm x 10.9 cm x 5.1 cm / 6.8 in x 4.3 in x 2 in

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Product Info

The Viking Box is a combination of maze and sequential puzzle. To open it, you must solve the maze puzzle on the top of the box. It makes a great money maze puzzle gift holder. You can put a gift of cash, jewelry or a gift card inside and then the recipient has to solve the puzzle to get it out!

To solve the puzzle, you must manipulate the combination of turning wheel, metal balls and sliding pieces.The Viking Box Puzzle is a difficult puzzle for the truly dedicated puzzler.

Made in laser-cut wood, acrylic, and stainless steel. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different wood and metal puzzles, as well as magic tricks and other intellectual toys and games.

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3.6 rating

5 Reviews

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    On Tuesday March 2nd Dan Fast wrote,
I love the puzzle and how it looks. I see some people here complaining about the quality, but mine is really. Ice and everything moves perfectly. I have a massive collections too and know a quality puzzle. Another complained about the price. The price is not typically dictated by the difficulty of the puzzle, it’s how long it takes to manufacture and materials used and it’s quite a complicated puzzle so I think the price is right. The solve did not take too long so I agree that it’s not as difficult as listed, but still a bit of a head scratcher at certain points.
    On Thursday September 19th Kelli wrote,
Great conversation piece, of course everyone wants to try it out. One star off for the poor construction when it comes to the pieces sticking and confusing you even more, needs to move more smoothly.
    On Thursday June 13th Paul wrote,
This box is poorly constructed and the tolerances are poor. I'd try something else...
    On Thursday April 5th bradleythompson wrote,
i think that you guys at asking to much for it 73.56 dollars for Americans is to much especially for a kid to have as a lock box i mean seriously lower the price
    On Wednesday April 4th Scott wrote,
Truly beautiful and satisfying puzzle to work through. I love the sequential aspect of it—instead of staring at it for weeks with no idea what the "trick" is, you can start working through it immediately. That said, the difficult rating here of "Level 9 - Grueling" is way off. I'm not a seasoned puzzler by any means, and it only took about 10 minutes to solve. I was a little frustrated as I was hoping it'd be something I could work on at least over a few days. Hopefully this review will encourage this website site to rethink the difficulty level. Nevertheless, still beautiful, well made, and super fun.
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