The Mini Lock was originally designed as a test vehicle for a 3D print. The goal was to check how small it could be printed and still get a stable puzzle. The 3D printed result was very nice, and the solving sequence was excellent, so Pelikan began producing it in wood.
This very small puzzle consists only of a frame with one obstacle, a shackle, and two sticks. With a level 6.7 it is not a difficult puzzle, but it can be operated like a tiny padlock. Despite its tiny size, the woodworking is fabulous, very precise, tolerances are just perfect, and the wood selection is breathtaking.
Material: Ash and Purpleheart Designed by: Christoph Lohe Difficulty: 13 (6.7) The brackets indicate the breakdown of moves to free each piece sequentially. Made by: Pelikan
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