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Product Information

ObjectTake apart and put back together
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
BrandPhilos
TypesVladimir Krasnoukhov, European Wood Puzzles
Dimensions3.7 in x 3.7 in x 2.4 in / 9.5 cm x 9.5 cm x 6 cm

Product Description

An unusual six-piece packing puzzle designed by Vladimir Krasnoukhov. The objective is to remove all pieces and return them to the box such that a flat surface is formed. Unlike many 3-Dimensional packing puzzles, the Brick-puzzle features pieces with odd angles.

Designed by Vladimir Krasnoukhov and made in Hevea and Samena wood by Philos. Philos is a German puzzle manufacturer that started in 1996 as a manufacturer and distributor of toys. They make a wide variety of wooden puzzles, as well as some less common strategy games, playing cards, and dice.

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    On Sunday November 24th   Tom Jolly wrote,
A decent puzzle, but the difficulty rating should be maybe 3 or 4. It's made very nicely; the outer box displays well and the pieces are nicely done. You'd be better off handing it to someone with all the pieces outside the box; too much info given away from the assembly, eliminating some potential red herrings. Took less than 5 minutes to solve, and I tried it twice. Good for newbies to packing puzzles, perhaps, since it wouldn't be terribly frustrating. Six pieces.