There’s a lot of puzzling to go around over a beer when you set this stand up on your bar!
3 intriguing nail and cast metal brainteasers are included on the one stand. The stand includes a couple of different nail puzzles made here by Mr Puzzle since way back in the 1990’s and they’re still as popular as ever. Only the Bent Again puzzle on the front can be bought separately now. We don’t make other nail puzzles anymore but have included the last few we have on this stand so this is the only way to get them now. The other puzzle on the stand is the MMM puzzle. The better known Double M, MM or Hanayama’s version called Devil is hugely popular but with 3 M pieces instead of just 2, this puzzle is much harder.
For each puzzle, the challenge is to separate the two parts and then join them back together again. Really popular and very intriguing.
For a bit of fun why not try joining one part from a puzzle with one part from another puzzle. We don’t even know if that’s possible but it could be fun trying!
Size: The base of the stand is 120mm x 160mm and it is 140mm high.
The package contains a printed solution for each puzzle on the stand.
Mr Puzzle puzzles included on the stand:
The linked nails on the front of the stand are our signature Bent Again puzzle made here at Mr Puzzle. We sell it on its own for $10.00! The puzzle is to separate them and then see who can put them back together again. Perhaps you’ve seen nail puzzles before? But look for the extra bend we added to increase the difficulty of the puzzle. It’s our own design even though others may have copied it since. This is an adaptation of the original nail puzzle that was patented in 1910 in the USA by Walter Jenkins, however, it was certainly known much earlier than that.
ELK ANTLERS PUZZLE
The puzzle is to separate the sets of Elk antlers then join them back together again. This is a very difficult puzzle. At the end of the 19th century, Britain experienced a huge puzzle-craze and a version of this puzzle dates back to that time. Size: Each antler is 45mm at its widest point.
This is an adventurous adaptation of the well known MM puzzle and the extra M piece has proven it to be MASSIVELY more difficult to do.