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Pfefferminzstick 5er

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Product Information

ObjectTake apart and reassemble the metal pieces.
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
BrandJean Claude Constantin
TypesJean Claude Constantin, Constantin Wire
DimensionsApprox. 13 cm long / 5.2 in long

Product Description

Appropriately named, this metal "Pfefferminzstick" or "Peppermint Stick" has 5 strands that need to be disentangled and then reassembled in order to solve.  A classic puzzle brought to you by Jean Claude Constantin.

Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different wood and metal puzzle, as well as magic tricks.

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    On Friday July 30th Xander Koyanagi wrote,
    On Tuesday August 18th ;qx wrote,
this is one of those puzzles that remains interesting long after you figure it out, just for the way it moves. i've had the 4-rod version for years, and it's fun to play with. sadly, the ends on this 5-rod version weren't flattened perpendicular to the long axis after they were bent into shape, and this makes the puzzle incredibly uncomfortable to manipulate. a good design is all but ruined by a lack of attention to very simple details like this.