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Product Information

ObjectFit all the pieces into the box.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
TypesEuropean Wood Puzzles, Volker Latussek, Dr.
DimensionsApprox. 7 cm x 7.7 cm x 7.5 cm / 2.75 in x 3 in x 2.95 in

Product Description

12 pieces of wood in two different shapes must be packed in a box. In the starting position, it looks like 3 pieces are sticking out of the box,
and the sliding lid will not fall down. If all 12 parts are packed correctly into the box, the guillotine can "fall".
There is only one solution, except for reflections and rotations.

Playing time: 10 - 15 minutes
Author: Dr. Volker Latussek, Germany, 2018
Design: ROMBOL
Material: Helvea wood, Samena wood
The wood processed here comes exclusively from sustainable plantation cultivation.
Care: Can be cleaned with a damp cloth and then rubbed with a thin coat of vegetable oil.

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    On Sunday January 12th Murray wrote,
This is a fabulous packing puzzle. Contrary to what the description states, there are actually 2 solutions to this puzzle. One of them is symmetric, the other one is not. The symmetric one is supposedly the easier of the solutions, but I actually found the asymmetrical one first. It took me several days longer to find the alternate solution. One puzzle, two solutions! You can't go wrong with this one.