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Harun - Bocote Box
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Harun - Bocote Box

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ObjectFit all the pieces into the box.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandCubic Dissection
TypesPacking Puzzles, Volker Latussek, Dr., More Metal Puzzles
Dimensions2 in x 2 in x 1.7 in / 5 cm x 5 cm x 4.2 cm
PackagingCardboard Box

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Harun is another brilliant packing puzzle by Dr. Volker Latussek, designer of the award-winning "Casino." Volker's superpower is creating complex assemblies with simple pieces. True to form, Harun consists of six bars and six notched sticks packed into an ordinary box. The resulting challenge is quite tricky! There are two possible assemblies, a more straightforward symmetrical solution and a more difficult asymmetrical one.

Harun consists of twelve solid brass pieces that are CNC machined to precise tolerances.  Each piece is then hand-finished and passivated to inhibit tarnishing.  The wooden box is made of Bocote. 

Harun ships unsolved, with each brass piece individually wrapped in protective film.

Handling Metal Puzzles:
All metals tarnish over time. Residual oil and salt from handling speed up the process and may leave undesirable fingerprints. Use of a polishing kit will keep your puzzles in tip-top shape!

Harun is handcrafted to very precise tolerances and must be kept within the range of 40-60% relative humidity at all times. Failure to do so may cause inoperability or permanent damage.

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