|Object||Open the box.|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Brand||Jean Claude Constantin|
|Types||Wooden Puzzle Boxes, European Wood Puzzles, Puzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes, Jean Claude Constantin|
|Dimensions||12 cm x 6.5 cm x 6.5 cm / 4.7 in x 2.6 in x 2.6 in|
An attractive musically themed puzzle box in which you must discover the right combination of keys to open the box...
Made in laser-cut wood and rubber by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different laser-cut wood puzzles, as well as metal puzzles and magic tricks.
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Nice quality item. Solved this in about 5 minutes but a satisfying solve none-the-less that made me smile . . . not that I'm a genius or anything like that, it's just one of those puzzles that suited the way my brain works. I also liked the detours & clues on the box some of which did nothing useful . . nice sidetracks I'll call it somewhat pricey at $73CAD, should be priced at under $50CAD imho. I'm now passing this onto a friend of mine & I've placed a small USB flash drive with an mp4 recording of "Fur Elise" by Lang Lang so when he eventually opens the box he gets a double bonus. Should also mention, great service & fast delivery. Kudos to Puzzlemaster
As a musician I was intrigued by this box and wanted it for my collection. A previous reviewer commented that this puzzle wasn't as difficult as advertised, and I completely agree. I had this solved in just a few minutes, definitely doesn't feel like a level 8. The mechanism is interesting and I still enjoyed solving it, but I just wish there was maybe a couple more steps or a less obvious place to begin. Overall still happy with this puzzle box.
It's a fun mini-sequential discovery box. Experienced puzzlers won't have any difficulty with it - it took me less than five minutes to solve - so I wouldn't call it an eight. Maybe a seven, probably a six. It's still fun, though, and should be a great conversation piece.