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Titan Brass

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ObjectTake apart the sphere and reassemble.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandFelix Ure
TypesFelix Ure, Premium Collectible Puzzles
Dimensions5 cm diameter
PackagingCardboard Box

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As its namesake suggests, the Titan sphere resembles the largest of Saturn's moons.  It was designed and crafted in London by Felix Ure, and machined from solid brass. Titan measures 50mm in diameter and weighs just over 500 grams. The objective is to open the sphere, which will prove to be an intriguing and challenging task.  

Titan is packaged in a black felt bag tucked in a small black box.

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4.6 rating

9 Reviews

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    On Sunday June 11th Kyle wrote,
This puzzle is vey well made, much heavier than I expected. The Titan puzzle was worth the money in my opinion, if you are like me and feel the whole point of a puzzle is to occupy idle time for as long as possible, this puzzle definitely meets that expectation.
    On Monday May 8th Pat wrote,
WOW. That’s all I can say about this one. I messed around with this puzzle for 3 days before I solved it….. ok it solved itself, seemed like as soon as I stopped focusing on what I wanted it to do and just started playing with it, I some how came across the solution and solved it. But even knowing how to solve it, it’s still a challenge as you have to go by feel and the right angle. Lol.
    On Friday December 16th Crabst3r wrote,
what a blast I probably got 6+ hours into this puzzle and I'll be honest I solved it just messing with it on my desk spinning it and lightly tapping it. bty this isn't a spoiler it's a one in a million chance to solve it and somehow everything aligned, and it popped open I was very surprised. I started mapping the puzzle in my head and from my drawing to the inside was dead on I just couldn't figure out how to make things go where I wanted them, and I didn't know where things were based on bagging things around it wasn't till I solved it that I put everything together and got that ahh ha moment. I put the puzzle back together and solved it over and over again getting easier each time. for me to help me visualize the puzzle I got a sharpy and marked all over it. did it help? nope lol but it gave me an ideal of the puzzle and what was happening. after I saw the insides now, I know exactly what was happening it's so simple yet so hard due to the very little feedback. it's very beautiful and very heavy its truly a level 10 and i highly recommend this puzzle. this is only my third puzzle my first being the "infinity 00" then I bought the ourglass and the titan. I solved the infinity in about 20 or more minutes the puzzle was easy just time consuming it was a very basic yet fun puzzle. ourglass i solved in little to no time took longer to unbox my two puzzles then it was to solve it. the puzzle was very well made, and I highly recommend it for new people looking to get into this and to support the creator. the titan I solved the next day before bed, but I put several hours the day I got it and several more that night. the next day I decided to get the sharpy out and spend the rest of the evening messing with it till it finally popped opened. it's very well made and I really look forward to the rest of his puzzles. hopefully I'll be able to buy one next month or the month after to add to my new collection of brass puzzles.
    On Thursday September 30th Pierre wrote,
Personally, this is my favorite puzzle so far. What I really like is that it's not like a lot of puzzle that are considered "difficult" because you have to blindly try stuff until something works. For those puzzle, solving them is mostly a matter of having done other puzzles before and knowing what to try. To solve this one, you really need to understand how it works. It's slow, methodical detective work as you make up hypothesis about how it works, test them and the adjust based on how the puzzle responded. Every time you try stuff, the way it doesn't work tells you something about the mechanics of the puzzle.
    On Wednesday February 3rd Aleksey wrote,
Incredible puzzle! It's hard to impress me because I want to have both beauty and complexity, and what is very important - the presence of hints from the side of the puzzle, but only as much as necessary for logical conclusions and further actions. The special charm was that inside you can hear not just a "click" and think "ah, this means this ...", but there are so many different sounds going on inside that at first it confused me and I didn't even know how to approach. But over time, you calm down and begin to analyze each sound and try to understand what it means. I am very impressed and would recommend it for those who love challenging puzzles. I think it took about 10 hours to open it, about. Thanks, Felix Ure for this incredible experience.
    On Thursday January 23rd Sam wrote,
I must say this is the hardest, but most rewarding puzzle I have ever solved. Most puzzles last less than an hour with me, but this took 5 days (on and off). If you are looking for a challenge to sink your teeth into, this is top of my recommendation list. Also once you solve it its beautiful to display. I get a lot of comments at the office since I display it on my desk. Thank you for making such a fun puzzle Felix!
    On Wednesday December 11th Jay wrote,
I expect this product to be in new condition when spending over $100 to buy this puzzle or at least mint condition. Also, the box is not even new. It has scratches all over the front with a few marks on the sides and bottom. Disappointed with the new puzzle I received from puzzle master.
    On Sunday September 1st Mark wrote,
Fun puzzle and a great value. Two brass half-spheres. All you get is tactile and sonic feedback, so building an idea of what must be going on inside, and why, is a real challenge. Then implementing that understanding is a whole 'nother challenge :-). Felix has taken a simple concept and wrapped it into a diabolical puzzle that stumped some of the top solvers where no other has... Can't wait for his next one.
    On Sunday August 4th Peter wrote,
Ok. so. I JUST solved the puzzle. It probably took me about 24 hours total (in small chunks). This one really grabbed me. I had dreams about solving this one only to wake up and realize that wasn't the case. When I finally did solve it, it was one of the greatest feelings solving a puzzle ever. Love this puzzle, highly recommend it
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