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Euro-Falle 02

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Product Information

ObjectRemove the Euro from the wooden case.
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
TypesJürgen Reiche, European Wood Puzzles
Dimensions9.4 cm x 4.3 cm x 1.8 cm / 3.7 in x 1.7 in x 0.7 in

Product Description

As the name insinuates. the object of this puzzle is to free the captive Euro from its case.  It is a beautiful, hand-sized puzzle that captures the attention!

Made in laser-cut wood by Siebenstein-Spiele. Based in Munster, Germany, Siebenstein-Spiele was founded in 1992. Although the company is mainly known for board games, Siebenstein-Spiele also makes many wooden puzzles, several of which have been designed by company founder Jürgen Reiche.

Wood colors vary.

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3.7 rating

3 Reviews

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    On Wednesday August 23rd   Chris wrote,
Clever little puzzle. Be careful not to jam / pry anything under the plastic cover. It's fairly easy to shatter as my coworker (Christian) found out. Only your HANDS are needed to complete it.
    On Tuesday August 9th   DrTom wrote,
I absolutely love this puzzle. 2 steps, both are lots of fun when you discover them. This puzzle is worth twice the price. Very well made with a great feel in the hands. Get one while you can.
    On Thursday July 2nd   David Stern wrote,
Not happy! Three of the five magnets inside came unglued making this puzzle worthless. Not even close to being worth the price.