5 Key Iron Puzzle Lock
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|Object||Open the lock.|
|Difficulty||Level 9 - Gruelling|
|Types||Puzzle Locks, Metal Puzzle Locks|
|Dimensions||Approx. 15 cm x 6.6 cm x 4.2 cm / 5.9 in x 2.6 in x 1.6 in|
Made from solid metal, this lock is iron based with silver, copper and brass fittings and finished with antique and rustic style. This Trick Lock is more complex than it appears, using five keys in correct position and sequence to unlock its secrets.
These locks are hand made, there are slight variations in each lock. These are reproduced replicas of ancient Indian locks. They are made to look old but are brand new.
SIZE: Approx. 14.5 cm x 6.5 cm x 4.5 cm / 5.7 in x 2.6 in x 1.8 in
WEIGHT : Approx. 560 Grams
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Fun puzzle but a couple things. I appreciate that it’s hand made but compared to other hand made puzzles I have it’s sloppy, sloppy machining clearly to get the puzzle to work. Also, it’s either way too easy with tough tumblers, making it a bit hard to turn, Or I didn’t solve it right. Based on talking to others it appears it was that simple, just requires some extra force to turn various keys. Overall, disappointed with this puzzle. Looks cool, only reason it’s getting two stars opposed to one. My recommendation, spend your money on another puzzle.
The quality is pretty good, I don't have any major complaints. It's heavy and solidly built. I understand that they're all handmade, and some imperfections are to be expected. The difficulty, however... Not worth a 9/10. I wouldn't expect a 9/10 to only take 4 minutes to work out. It was not worth the price of admission, for sure. Now, for someone younger (I'm 27), it may be slightly more challenging. (Maybe) I'd give the difficulty a 2 or 3.