Edward Hordern IPP Puzzle Exchange – Kanazawa, Japan. August 201.
Presented by Boaz Feldman. Designed by Boaz Feldman. Made by Boaz Feldman.
It might look like the B-Lock but it is a totally different mechanism to Boaz’s first B-Lock puzzle.
Unlike his original B-Lock the key will go in so at first, it seems this lock is going to be easier to undo. But then you realise that it won’t turn. So what to do next?
It may not be quite as hard as his father’s famous Danlock but Brian took longer to do this one than the original B-Lock when he was testing so we think it’s rated somewhere between the two for difficulty.
This puzzle lock is designed and made by Boaz Feldman. All B-Locks, both the original and B-Lock II are made from real padlocks made by Nabob in Israel that Boaz has precision-machined into this unique puzzle lock.
Size: 64mm x 43mm x 13mm This puzzle is the same size as the original B-Lock. A smaller size puzzle than the lock used for the DanLock.
Packaged in a felt bag with Boaz Feldman’s card and instructions to solve.
It seems that designing and making puzzle locks runs in the Feldman family. Boaz’s father Dan is famous for the mechanical puzzle masterpiece that is the Danlock (also available here at Mr Puzzle) and Boaz has now taken on the mantle to keep creating it.