|Object||Take off the note|
|Difficulty||Level 6 - Tricky|
|Types||Kirill Grebnev, Hanayama Metal Puzzles, Dmitry Pevnitski|
|Dimensions||3.9 in x 1.8 in x 1.5 in / 10 cm x 4.5 cm x 3.7 cm|
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 “G clef” and “eighth note” intertwine and give off a beautiful note as if they’re playing music. The design, which does not resemble a puzzle at first glance, is beautiful to the eye as well as fun. A must have if you're a music lover or know someone who is.
Theme: “Playing music”
Designed by Russian Dmitry Pevnitskiy and Kirill Grebnev
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Looks just as pretty in real life as the photo. I got this for my wife's piano student to try. They're smart kids and were all able to solve it in a few/several minutes without getting frustrated. I'd say the difficulty rating is just right. Recommended for kids or those looking for a slight challenge.
The puzzle is rated as a "2" on Hanayama's scale of 1-6, which is pretty accurate. It only took a minute or two to solve, but I can see someone unfamiliar with disentanglements getting stuck, since there's a little trick to it. I enjoyed it, however, and the design is beautiful. I'll probably buy one or two more as gifts (including a music teacher!).
I bought this for my best friend, as she likes music very much. She liked the view of the puzzle, but had difficulties with solving it - it was her first one. I quickly found the correct solution - I had already an idea and had only to find the correct movements. Very interesting puzzle in general.
Looks beautiful, it could be an excellent gift for a musician. It took me about 20 min to solve, but if one turns on the brain immediately, it could be faster. Certainly not viciously difficult.