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The Crazee Diamond
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The Crazee Diamond

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Product Information

DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
TypeOther Misc Puzzles
Dimensions5 in x 5 in x 5 in / 12.5 cm x 12.5 cm x 12.5 cm

Product Description

The Crazee Diamond is a looped tetrahedral which is joined by fabric hinges. It can be twisted into more than 650 forms by folding the Tetrahedron elements. The ease with which this transformable chain can be handled is a great attraction for young and old.The Diamond is now available to purchase! Through simple trial and error, flipping, pulling and pushing the parts of the chain, you are able to generate a multitude of surprising new forms. With Practice you will learn how to reproduce these forms at will and learn the secrets of the Crazee Diamond.

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    On Sunday February 8th Andrew Parr wrote,
This puzzle depends solely on your patience and creativity for making shapes out of the circuit of tetrahedrons. I tried to reproduce some of the shapes on the box, and eventually got it back to the original diamond shape. Perhaps younger solvers may have a better imagination than me for a toy like this.