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Wave Puzzle 5

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Product Information

ObjectPut all the pieces into the frame provided.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandYuu Asaka
TypesPacking Puzzles, Yuu Asaka
DimensionsTray is 13.6 cm x 10.4 cm x 0.6 cm / 5.4 in x 4.1 in x 0.25 in
PackagingPlastic Bag

Product Description

The goal of this puzzled is to fit all 5 wave-shaped pieces into the tray provided.  As with other of Yuu's puzzles, this quality plexi packing looks better than the picture can depict.  Each piece is made from acrylic and fits into the sturdy white plastic base.  The solution may be more difficult than you would expect.

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Please note that acrylic colors may vary slightly. 

Originally made and designed by Yuu Asaka, Puzzle Master has been granted permission for a limited time by the designer to produce some of his puzzle designs in Canada!

The tray measures: 13.6 cm x 10.4 cm x 0.6 cm / 5.4 in x 4.1 in x 0.25 in

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    On Monday September 16th   Dale wrote,
This has been much harder than the Wave 7 puzzle. No one at my office has gotten it yet. I've put in an hour and a half on it with no luck so far. Whatever the gimmick is that makes it work is going to be amazing.
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    On Tuesday September 10th   Michael wrote,
Simple yet brilliant. Personally found this more difficult than the wave 7.