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Astrolabrium

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Product Information

ObjectMove this discs so that you can't see any white circle.
DifficultyLevel 9 - Gruelling
BrandSiebenstein-Spiele
TypesEuropean Wood Puzzles, Jürgen Reiche
Dimensions9.9 cm diameter x 1.9 cm thick / 3.9 in diameter x 0.75 in thick
PackagingShrink Wrap

Product Description

Try and move the 4 discs in such a way that you cannot see any white circle showing. A beautiful, quality puzzle designed by Jürgen Reiche.

Wood colors may vary.

 

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    On Tuesday December 24th Constantin Capitanescu wrote,
Please find one of this Puzzle for me! I want it very much, and nowere to find! Happy holydays! All the best, Puzzle Master!
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    On Saturday October 8th Aaron O'Kearney wrote,
This puzzle arrived safely a few days ago, and I have to say, I think it is a really interesting and beautiful design. You have to move the four discs around so that no white circles are visible. This is one of those puzzles that is much harder than it looks at first. I love the astrolabe/compass/sundial aspect of this puzzle. The wood is of good quality and all the lettering and designs are very neat and well placed, nothing seems out of place at all. I like that I don't have to use force to turn the discs. A very interesting puzzle.