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Funzzle - Bamboo Wood Puzzle - Beta

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Product Information

ObjectDisassemble and reassemble the pieces
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
TypesY Gong Yong Ming, Puzzle Master Wood Puzzles
Dimensions3.2 in x 3.2 in x 1.6 in é 8 cm x 8 cm x 4 cm
PackagingCardboard Box

Product Description

This Puzzle is made from Bamboo.

A lot of attention has gone into this puzzle to make it look very good as well as making the puzzle very challenging.  This one might look easy but is no easy task at all.  This a 4 piece packing puzzle.

We at Puzzle Master think this puzzle is a great variation of Quadripole, originally designed by  Stéphane Chomine in 2012.

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4.5 rating

2 Reviews

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    On Monday February 29th Craig wrote,
havent taken it apart as the instructions/solution sheet was missing. Purchased here as "open Bopx" item nut tol all pieces were ther... ooop missing one important piece.... the solution. Still studying it.....
    On Monday August 3rd Shaggy wrote,
This is one great puzzle! It is an interesting challenge and fun to solve. Taking it apart is one deal. Putting it back together is another story - I always find the two ways of solving quite different, although they are the same, just in reverse order. I wonder if my solution is the intended one. There are some cuts on two of the pieces and on the frame which make me think there could be another. Maybe one day I will find out if I was correct.