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Icosahedron 162

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Product Information

ObjectDisassemble and Reassemble the Wooden Pieces
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
TypesEuropean Wood Puzzles, Vaclav Obsivac
Dimensions8.1/4 in x 8 1/4 in x 8 1/4 in / 21 cm x 21 cm x 21 cm
PackagingCarboard Box

Product Description

Exquisite wood puzzles that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the world. The workmanship on each puzzle is so fantastic that we canÂ’t even begin to describe it. Each piece is made with loving care as if the master craftsman was making them for royalty. There is a full range of puzzles from very small to extremely large puzzles.

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2 Reviews

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    On Saturday June 13th kyle wrote,
One of the most satisfying solves I've ever done - extremely difficult to get your bearings and even more difficult to put the frame together as it seems to require more than two hands to hold the initial parts together - spoilers on the solve in the video below and a preview of the frustrations involved. Fits together beautifully in the end and looks so good when put together on the shelf. Very large puzzle as well.
    On Thursday January 4th John Hache wrote,
This puzzle is as much a work of art as it is a puzzle, but it's fairly tricky to reassemble once you take it apart - it takes some dexterity to line everything up just right. That being said, you get an incredible feeling of satisfaction once you've finally done it, and the resulting geometric sculpture simply begs to be displayed proudly on the shelf.