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Gyro

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ObjectDisassemble and Reassemble the Puzzle
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandPuzzle Master
TypePuzzle Master Wood Puzzles
Dimensions3 1/2 in x 3 1/2 in x 3 1/2 in / 8.8 cm x 8.8 cm x 8.8 cm
PackagingCardboard and Plastic Box

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A unique spin on the burr puzzle.  The inside mechanisms are hidden by the wooden ball, which makes it more difficult to solve.  You may need to visualize your strategy before you begin playing with the puzzle.  One of our more interesting looking puzzles when assembled. 

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    On Thursday August 17th Jeffrey Crews wrote,
this puzzle is terrible stay away from it the puzzle is very easy to solve for puzzlers but once we get it unlocked more than half the time they break its always that one piece that breaks and mine didnt go back together like it came this puzzle is a fail and should be made alot better like the rest of your wooden puzzles
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    On Thursday October 20th Jason wrote,
I grew up with the twisted metal puzzles. I have found over time, that they all feal quit similar in the need to Solve. Last christmas I recieved Cast Amour. A beatutiful puzzle with a beautiful solution, be it all too framiliar. Just today, I bought Gyro, as it was in the discount rack. I know why. The solution was simple, and obvius, far from beautiful, and was done in under 10 min (without any prior wooden puzzle experience. Puzzle will be good for school aged children, but then I question the durability, if exposed to children. If done in metal, it would be a good puzzle for school aged children (10-15 years of age)
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    On Thursday May 21st Michael wrote,
For all the puzzles we have at the SCU.edu library my Help desk staff challenged this is the one they complain the most about. This puzzle is underrated it is a great challenge... Get one
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