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|Object||Take apart and put back together|
|Difficulty||Level 7 - Challenging|
|Types||Vladimir Krasnoukhov, Other Wire / Metal Puzzles|
|Dimensions||1 7/8 in x 1 7/8 in x 1 7/8 in / 4.8 cm x 4.8 cm x 4.8 cm|
Made from polished aluminum, this fascinating object looks more like a piece of art than a puzzle. Three oddly shaped pieces are interlocked to form a cube and your task is to find a way to separate them. Can you put it back together afterwards? A level 7 puzzle that will challenge your mind as well as your patience. Designed by the talented Russian Vladimir Krasnoukhov and produced at our PuzzleMaster shop in Canada.
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First I don't have one as yet (On my next Puzzle Master order though) and I can't wait to get it. I love these what seem like simple puzzles that form a common shape or item. Like the Venn Puzzle which I'm also ordering. Got the ball, might as well have the cube. In answer to the other reviewer's problems..... I'd suggest some 100-400 grit emery cloth to round over the sharp edges and then get some Flitz metal polish. Just a soft rag and a bit of Flitz will bring the aluminum to a mirror finish. Clean the polish off, dry, and apply a good paste wax. Problem over and it will look cool and not shed on one's hands. Also, just like the video of a guy figuring out the Venn Puzzle (also three pieces), he too was tossing it around and also stumbled on the take it apart sequence (putting it back together was a bit more difficult). Next time, just don't toss your new puzzles???
Another disappointment for, I disambled it in 30 seconds (tossing it in the air!) and then put it back together in 2 minutes. The puzzle had very sharp edges that I had to polish and the metal left stains on my hands. For the same cost buy two Hanayama cast, I wish I did!