|Object||Take apart and reassemble the metal pieces.|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Type||Other Wire / Metal Puzzles|
|Dimensions||6 cm diameter x 2.6 cm thick / 2.4 in diameter x 1 in thick|
TaiJi is a pattern of Chinese traditional philosophy "Dao". It is composed with two parts of Yin & Yang, which is an ancient concept of dualism describing how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent. The symbol for yin & yang is a whole circle separated into two equal parts; dark and light.
In China, the puzzle is called "TaiJi", but a popular nickname is the "69 Puzzle". Either way, the goal of this aptly named puzzle gem is to separate the puzzle and then reassemble it. Made of aluminum alloy and milled by CNC, this weighty puzzle is a beautiful addition to any puzzle collection.
Designed by Ayi Liu
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It's beautiful to display and fun to play with. It requires a bit of reflexion the first time to open... much more difficult to reassemble at first because you do not want to scratch the black anodized portion. After few tries you get it. My 3 kids have not solved it yet. It took my about 15 minutes to figure out how to open it. It's worth it because of the quality of the conception and the material used. Thanks !