Reef Hanayama Cast Metal Brain Teaser Puzzle (Level 3)
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- Hanayama's Reef Puzzle is a high quality cast metal brain teaser from puzzle inventor Akio Yamamoto
- Discover how to separate these two interlocking pieces and then try to reassemble them!
- Hanayama cast metal brain teasers have 6 levels of difficulty and each puzzle is Mensa-rated
- Level 3 puzzles are considered moderate by most puzzlers
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BePuzzled is the only brain teaser brand that offers proprietary collections with innovative designs and varying levels of difficulty to challenge the consumer and grow with each puzzler’s improved skill level. Our 3D puzzles offer challenging collections which encourage puzzlers to build, collect and display their puzzles as works of art.
Hanayama Cast Metal Brain Teaser
Level 3 puzzles
Hanayama cast puzzles are the world's finest brain teasers. Our high-quality, cast metal puzzles come in six challenging, Mensa-rated levels of difficulty.
These Level 3 puzzles are considered moderately difficult by most puzzlers. Hanayama puzzles are recommended for ages 12 and up.
- Hanayama is known worldwide for challenging puzzles and quality manufacturing.
- Can you take the pieces apart, then put them back together again?
- Hanayama Cast Puzzles brought to you by BePuzzled.
Hanayama Brain Teaser Puzzle Level 3 - Cage
"This brass puzzle was first introduced to me by Professor Bakalar in Prague. I borrowed it in Atlanta and returned it to him in Luxembourg half a year later. While in my possession, I managed to replicate it, with full permission, of course. This Cast Puzzle version may be even better than the original. It definitely remains one of the most amusing puzzles. The key idea with this one is its 'cage."
-Nob Yoshigahara, 1996
Hanayama Brain Teaser Puzzle Level 3 - Galaxy
Like the swirling shape of the galaxy…that is why this puzzle was named Galaxy. It is not that difficult to solve but one becomes totally mesmerized by the pieces that move freely. It is more difficult to put them back together than to take them apart. Take a good look at how the pieces move when taking them apart so you can put them back together again. The theme is 'knot.' Designed by Bram Cohen of the United States.
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I did get a nasty tiny blood blister pinch from my efforts to get it back together, which I don't think has ever happened with one of my other Hanayama puzzles which are much beloved at school (elementary age). Family tested and enjoyed ages 9 to 80 on recent family vacation. I think only 3 of us solved it. We will see if it becomes a school favorite or not.
Less satisfying to solve. Does seem to involve a small level of force to put it back together, found even on puzzle expert solution videos online. This goes against the principle of 'force will not solve it, you need to persist to find the puzzle solution'. Bumped review down to 3 stars.
Much less satisfying now that one of the 4 pieces has become lost [can't imagine stolen, since not full puzzle]. After using puzzles like these for a number of years in elementary school setting, this is the 1st to lose a piece, after only a couple of months use. [1 other puzzle was stolen.] Maybe part will still be found, time will again tell. But this isn't one I will re-purchase to replace.