Constantin Puzzles: The Waiter's Tray
|Object||Slide out the bottom bar/tray|
|Difficulty||Level 10 - Mind Boggling|
|Types||Jean Claude Constantin, Maze Puzzles|
|Dimensions||8.5 in x 4.5 in x 0.7 in / 21.5 cm x 11.5 cm x 1.7 cm|
|Packaging||wooden box with plastic window|
The Waiter's Tray: A bottleneck of a puzzle...
Can you move the bottles in such a way, that the waiter can remove his tray underneath? You will need to move the bottles up and down to gradually slide out the tray. Bottles may need to be moved more than once and are sometimes locked till you move the balls holding them in place.
Comes in a black wooden crate-style display box.
Part of the Constantin Puzzles series. Jean Claude Constantin is unquestionably one of the most prolific puzzle inventors of the past 30 years. His unique and diverse puzzle creations are renowned for their beautiful designs and challenging solutions.
IQ Focus: Spatial Reasoning, Logic, Strategy
Inventor: Jean Claude Constantin
Brand: Recent Toys
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Very fun and beautiful puzzle at an affordable price point! I am surprised at how quickly I was able to solve this actually, but I am not 100% sure how I came to the solution. Though this is something I like because it will not be easy to memorize so I can have fun with it again and again. Very well made. This is one that's very fun to play with, a lot of back and forth to get things right. I will enjoy having this on my coffee table and watching people have fun with it.
really happy that there's a fella out there creating things like this. very cool puzzle.
Loved it! Not overly complex, but it does take some time. Highly recommend anything by this designer.
Was very challenging and a really good work out to get it but when you get it it is so rewarding !!! One of the best one yet well worth it ...