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Cast Hashtag

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Product Information

ObjectDisassemble and Reassemble the puzzle
DifficultyLevel 7 - Challenging
TypeHanayama Metal Puzzles
Dimensions4.2cm x 4.2cm x 4.2cm / 1.7in x 1.7in x 1.7in
PackagingCardboard and Plastic Box

Product Description

Note: Our level rating system is different than Hanayama's.  Hanayama's level 1 is equivalent to our level 5.... level 6 is equivalent to our level 10.

The objective is to take apart the 4 pieces of the puzzle and put them back together again, forming a hashtag shape.

Designed by Yoshiyuki Kotani from Japan and Kirill Grebnev from Russia.

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2.4 rating

5 Reviews

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    On Wednesday October 30th I M A G N E S wrote,
Comes apart easy, goes back together incorrectly way too easy. Once the two pieces with the holes are next to each other and the puzzle is put back together, it's game over. You will never get it apart again. Crappy design, waste of money.
    On Friday October 12th Eugene wrote,
It absolutely does not deserve such a low rating. It holds pretty well and can "fall apart" only in certain position. Might be frustrating at first, but it's quite satisfying to take it apart and put it back together in a few simple movements.
    On Thursday September 27th Rage wrote,
I honestly don't know why this puzzle is disliked so much. It's very easy to disassemble but putting it back together can be a small (and fun!) challenge. One must analyze how the pieces go together and then use some unique features of the puzzle to get it accomplished. Only if you forced the pieces back together in the wrong configuration would they be impossible to take apart again, otherwise you are just missing something and need to go back and work on it. Like this one a lot and definitely recommend it for both newbies and proficient puzzlers.
    On Wednesday August 30th Kevin Bork wrote,
Beware of this puzzle! It fell apart in my hands after about 10 minutes. When I figured out how to put it back together, I didn't notice that the pieces were in the wrong position. It fit together fine, but now It wont come apart again. No matter what I do it's stuck. What awful design! Now after 20 minutes of play, it is a useless hunk of metal. Not to mention the solution is meh. Don't buy this unless you are a hardcore Hanayama fan!
    On Sunday June 18th Butt wrote,