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keebox one - White / Orange
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keebox one - White / Orange

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the box.
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
Types3D Printed Puzzles, Sequential Discovery, Roger & Pascal Hunziker, Puzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes
Dimensions5 cm x 9 cm x 9 cm / 2 in x 3.5 in x 3.5 in
PackagingCardboard Box

Product Description

keebox one is a sequential discovery puzzle box.  This unique design requires 13 steps to solve, which only occurs once you hold the hidden coin in your hands.  The only rules?  No external tools are allowed.  No hitting, banging or any other kind of strong force is required. Be ready - this will be a challenge!  Comes fully assembled and ready to be solved out of the box.  No solution is provided.

keebox one is 3D printed entirely out of pla (polyactic acid, which is considered to be biodegradable and eco-friendly).  It has been designed and produced in Switzerland, by the brothers Pascal and Roger Hunziker.  This is the first realease of their newly founded puzzle brand.

Each puzzle also includes a certificate on authenticity, warranty.

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3.7 rating

3 Reviews

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    On Friday October 29th Peter Barclay wrote,
I agree with the other reviews. It’s definitely a starter sequential discovery puzzle. The 3D printing is a little loose and it’s very expensive for what it is. However, I look forward to the next release
    On Monday September 27th Charlie wrote,
This is a very good introductory sequential discovery puzzle. The difficulty is definitely not a 9, so if you are just getting into sequential discovery puzzles, this would be a good one to try!
    On Monday September 20th Thomas wrote,
Not really difficult at all, maybe a 7...not a 9. Not really worth the price, but entertaining for 10 minutes.