Place the four corkscrews in the frame. Each piece is marked with the year 1976. Any significance for that year? Maybe just the year of Constantin’s favourite wine. The year must be facing up; you must not put the pieces in face down so you can’t see the year.
Oh well. If you can’t do it you can always Einer geht noch or Just have another one (drink!).
When all 4 corkscrews are fitted in the square frame correctly there is enough space for a little movement so no force is required to place them in. The perfect puzzle present for any wine lover!
The puzzle is quite challenging with a counter-intuitive solution. But having just 4 pieces does reduce the difficulty a little. We rate it 6/10.
The puzzle is made from laser cut plywood with a very high quality veneer. There are various woods used in each puzzle. They are all lovel and we pick at random.
Size: 128mm x 128mm
The puzzle has the name “Einer Geht Noch” engraved on it with small wine glasses and the pieces are engraved with the year 1976. The puzzle is shrink-wrapped and we’ve photographed the solved puzzle and taped the solution to the back in case you get really stuck!
Jean Claude Constantin invents and makes his puzzles in Nuremburg, Germany and he calls this puzzle Einer Geht Noch. No matter what genre of mechanical puzzles you collect, if you’re a veteran puzzler you’ll probably have some Constantin puzzles in your collection already. But if you’re just starting out in this fantastic hobby a few Constantin puzzles are a must to enhance your collection.