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Centrale Box

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the box
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandJean Claude Constantin
TypesPuzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes, European Wood Puzzles, Jean Claude Constantin
Dimensions8 cm x 8.8 cm x 4.6 cm / 3.15 in x 3.5 in x 1.8 in

Product Description

Note: Wood color may vary.

Made in laser-cut wood and metal by Jean-Claude Constantin. Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different laser-cut wood puzzles, as well as metal puzzles and magic tricks.

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4.7 rating

3 Reviews

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    On Wednesday August 28th   Tyler Wilkin wrote,
Centrale Box is a similar puzzle to Centrale although completely opaque this time (with a decent hint on the top). It is very fun and challenging to figure out the intentional solution, and I've figured out multiple distinct ways to consistently open it so I wouldn't say it has a set number of steps. It does have two weaknesses. It BARELY opens, maybe only about a centimeter and there isn't space for more than something like a ring inside of it. Also the best, fastest way to open it is an unintentional solution that really defeats the purpose of the entire puzzle (no, not disassembling it). Despite this, if you work on it how you're "supposed to" it is a lot of fun.
    On Wednesday May 29th   Cory wrote,
In reply to Daniel S, HINT: The loose objects are blocking the drawer (obviously). Rotate the box to allow gravity to move the mechanism. 4 steps? I'm not sure how to define a step, but in my solution step three is the trick
    On Tuesday February 20th   Daniel S wrote,
its been 2 weeks and I still cant get it ---- any one can give m a clue (not the answer please)