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Product Information

ObjectTake the rods out and re-insert them evenly back in the block.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandPuzzle Master
TypePuzzle Master Metal Puzzles
Dimensions6 cm x 6 cm x 1.5 cm / 2.4 in x 2.4 in x 0.6 in
PackagingCardboard Display Box

Product Description

CPU puzzle is a cleverly designed puzzle in which the the objective is to put the eight rods evenly back into the block once they have been removed.  All but one of the eight rods contain notches that prevent them from moving freely into the block, except when placed in the right position. 

Original design of this puzzle was by Rocky Chiaro.  Designed as AB-L puzzle in 2004, and also known as the Magic Wands Puzzle.

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2 Reviews

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    On Tuesday June 8th Alyssa Anderson wrote,
I greatly enjoyed working out the logic of this puzzle in particular. That was the most rewarding part.
    On Sunday May 16th Matt wrote,
I have to say I'm a bit disappointed in this one. The build quality is fine, and it looks nice enough... there's just very little to solve. It strikes me as more of a curiosity than a puzzle. It comes assembled, but it pretty much disassembles itself while held. Reassembly is just a matter of doing the disassembly in reverse. I could see it being slightly more challenging if you gave someone all the pins already extracted and jumbled up, but even then, there's a pretty obvious pattern that I wouldn't expect to take most people more than a few minutes to catch onto. I'm by no means an expert puzzler, but this was nowhere near a level 8 for me.