151 Devil's Knots
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|Object||Put together and take apart the wooden pieces|
|Difficulty||Level 9 - Gruelling|
|Type||European Wood Puzzles|
|Dimensions||5 1/3 in x 4 1/3 in x 3 1/2 in / 13.5 cm x 11 cm x 8.8 cm|
A fine set of burr-puzzle pieces (also known as "Devil's Knot") that is perfect for experimenting with the various properties of the classic Burr puzzle. 20 pieces are provided, and six of them can be used to make a burr-shape at any given time. There are 151 possible arrangements of the pieces.
Made in 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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Fun little set, just wanted to resolve the last error NH AC AM -> NH AG AM Thanks to Mikko above for resolving the others :)
This set is a lot of fun and handsomely crafted. The wide number of possible configurations is amazing, and soon teaches the solver to think about how complex the filling of a "simple" space can be. One suggestion for new owners is to begin a notebook on the solutions, because although the puzzle includes the possible combinations of pieces, it does not give final orientation, nor the correct sequence of construction. This box set cannot fail to satisfy the most ardent puzzle fan, and would make a great gift. I wish someone had given this set to me long ago.
Great set! It has 5 errors in the tasks: NH EA DM has 57 units (should have 56) -> NH EA BM, MN IC BK has 58 -> MM IC BK MG BH MG has 58 -> MG BH MC JM EC DM has 57 -> JM EC BM NH AC AM has 54 -> yet to be (re)solved ... or if someone has better information, hit me with an email. 1 task to go... - mixa