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Lock 64

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the lock.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
BrandSiebenstein-Spiele
TypesWooden Puzzle Locks, Jürgen Reiche, European Wood Puzzles
Dimensions12.5 cm diameter x 2 cm thick / 4.9 in diameter x 0.8 in thick
PackagingShrinkwrap

Product Description

A captivating, sizeable well-crafted wooden puzzle.  The objective is to open the lock.  A very hard puzzle.  Made by Siebenstein-Spiele.

Based in Munster, Germany, Siebenstein-Spiele was founded in 1992. Although the company is mainly known for board games, Siebenstein-Spiele also makes many wooden puzzles, several of which have been designed by company founder Jürgen Reiche.

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    On Tuesday July 24th Victor wrote,
Very nice look, feels very well built and heavy. Took me quite a long time to figure how to solve it. However I did not really solved it the way it is intended, for the first part of the solution anyway. I recommend!