You naturally want to turn the propeller right?!?! But the first thing you notice is when you turn the propeller the acrylic gear and internal wooden disc below also rotate. So there seems no obvious way to be able to get the ball bearing out until you work out how the magnets that are in plain view come into play.
There is some dexterity involved in this one so if that’s not your thing you should consider that. But with practice you will be able to solve it every time. And it’s very satisfying once you can. You will want to solve this one over and over. It has a great therapeutic feel to it while solving. Almost like a fidget toy!
Another totally unique and “left-field” design from the workshop of Jean Claude Constantin himself and does not come with commercial packaging. Jean-Claude is a German puzzle inventor and maker well known for his very high quality and creative puzzles sold at local markets throughout Germany and to collectors around the world. He does not export very many puzzles and we are very pleased to be able to offer a small selection of his puzzles including this e-box. We have very few of the puzzles available.
Made of laser-cut wood with stainless steel parts.
Size: 70mm x 70mm x 22mm
No solution is provided for this puzzle but there’s lots of YouTube solutions out there if you’re desperate.