Disappointed5 puzzles are great. The chain cube broke within a week. Quality not the best.
The snake cube is a chain of 27 cubelets. The cubelets are connected by an elastic band running through the middle.
There are 17 groups with two or three cubelets. The aim of the puzzle is to arrange the chain in such a way that there will be a 3x3x3 cube.
Difficulty Level: 3 of 5
Soma Cube 3D
If you're a true Soma Cube Puzzle fan, it just doesn't get any cooler than this!
It's perhaps the world's greatest puzzle - in fully functional, miniature form!
Disassemble and reassemble the wooden pieces into a cube and various 3D shapes.
Difficulty Level: 3 of 5
The Lumber Jack definitely has its fame - a must have for the collectors.
Disassemble puzzle piecesthen slide each blockback together to createthe lumberjack challenge.
Difficulty: 2 out of 5
This is a great fun, extremely durable and offering hours of entertainment, these wooden games make fantastic gifts.
The classic 6 piece wooden brain teaser Puzzle. Containing 5 intricately cut pieces of different shaped pieces and 1 key, it provides challenge and expects improvisation from the puzzler. Getting it apart is only half the battle! Now, reassemble the six pieces of wood back into the original form. You must assemble the pieces back together in precisely the correct way.
Soccer Ball Puzzle
Disassemble and reassemble the wooden pieces .You must assemble the pieces back together in precisely the correct way taking into account the dowels and holes which have been added to make this cube particularly challenging! NOT an easy brain teaser to solve! This ball like puzzle contain 6 nonidentical pieces. The objective here is to take it apart and assembled it back to its ball shape.
This puzzle in the dificulty level of 2 out of 5 can be great puzzle for the beginner level or for kids at the age of 7-10.
3D Squares Puzzle
This interlocking Burr wooden Puzzle consists of twelve identical notched rods.
Once the pieces are disassembled you will see why it is called Devil's Friend. It is a very difficult puzzle requiring advanced burr puzzle solving methods. The puzzle was created in 1890 by the Austrian-German William Altekruse who even registered a US Patent (#430502).
This puzzle is not quite symmetrical visually because the asymmetrical notches arrangement reveal themselves. Disassemble and reassemble the wooden pieces into a cube and various 3D shapes.
Dimensions : 21 x 18 x 8 cm
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