|Object||Take apart and put back together|
|Difficulty||Level 7 - Challenging|
|Type||Hanayama Metal Puzzles|
|Dimensions||2.2 in x 2 in x 0.4 in / 5.7 cm x 5 cm x 1 cm|
Note: Our level rating system is different than Hanayama's. Hanayama's level 1 is equivalent to our level 5.... level 6 is equivalent to our level 10.
The Delta puzzle is formed by joining three separate pieces that mesh with each other.
It is the brain-child of Hong Kong native Kyoo Wong who, with the eye of an engineer, has worked on a number of cast puzzles. While simpe in form, its geometry somehow challenges and stirs up our creativity. The theme is the number three.
Designed by Kyoo Wong.
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The puzzle looks awesome and it was a fun time trying to solve. My only complaint is that i actually neded to use a lot of force to solve. At first i thought i may have done it wrong, so i looked up the solution and it turned out i did it right however while watching a bunch of solution videos, nobody had to use any force to solve. So i just feel mine might have some QC issues. A cool puzzle regardless
Good puzzle, though it required more dexterity than cunning. Not necessarily obvious how to do it, but not extremely tricky either. Fun and challenging, though not the best for true puzzle nuts. Well built like all Hanayama puzzles, it's a nice addition to the collection.
Fairly easy, but still fun puzzle. I guess it would benefit from tighter fit, that would definitely raise the level.
I love this puzzle from the first time I saw it is a new in the collection. Now I have it and I quickly solved it. I had only two ideas for the solution and one of them was the correct. I think the idea/design gives more points, that is why its overall difficulty is 3 (7 on this site). Maybe it would be interesting for a new puzzle solver.
Fairly easy puzzle for the 3-rd difficulty level. I think it's rather 2-nd. Solved it in about 15 minutes, but I already have many hanayama puzzles and know most of their features. Maybe because of that, Delta was so easy for me.