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Large Metal disentanglement puzzles on a stand

$8.14

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Choose from 10 different metal disentanglement puzzles. Each puzzle is mounted on a stand for display. Each puzzle has a different solution.
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10 different large metail disentanglement puzzles to choose from.  Each one a different challenge with a different solution.  A range of difficulty ratings.

The puzzles in this series are mounted on a stand so you can display them on the bar, on a shelf in the man cave, or on the coffee table.  Taunt all your friends to try to do the puzzle.  They'll be hooked in no time. 

These puzzles are at a selling out price. Some of the white boxes may have some discolouration but the boxes are not creased and there is definitely nothing wrong at all with the puzzles.

The puzzles are packaged in a cardboard box ready to give as a gift. 
They all have a printed solution included.
Size: The stand in 170mm tall. Puzzles are made from 3mm square metal stock.

Hooked Line & Sinker
Difficulty Level: 4 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the ring from the puzzle. The ring will not go over the hook!

Ball & Chain
Difficulty Level: 4 out of 5 in this series
White Window Faced Box

The object is to remove the ring from the puzzle. Shackled by a ball and chain. Can you discover the chain of moves that will allow the ring to be removed?
The original version of this puzzle was designed by James Dalgety at Pentangle in the early 1970's and it's deceptive simplicity has made it a classic.

Fisherman's Folly
Difficulty Level: 4 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the ring from the fisherman's knife part of the puzzle. Difficult yet possible! Start by thinking where the ring can possibly pass.

Based on the science of topology - the study of forms and surfaces - this puzzle is called Wit's End in the New Book of Puzzles (J.Slocum & J.Botermans) and an easier version called Sword Puzzle was patented in USA by Robert Boomhower in 1968. Mr Puzzle had to make the difficult one!

Australian Test
Difficulty Level: 4 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the long bar from the puzzle. The path involves the ring in the center, but even with that hint it's not so straight forward.

Super Star
Difficulty Level: 1 out of 5 in this series
White Window Faced Box

The object is to remove the long bar from the puzzle. Some of the rings will definitely hinder your path.

Will you be a Super Star and do it first?

Chain Mail
Difficulty Level: 4 out of 5 in this series
White Window Faced Box

The object is to remove the long bar from the chain mail of the puzzle. Certainly an abundance of sections to get through to do this puzzle.

Hell's Angel
Difficulty Level: 2 out of 5 in this series
White Window Faced Box

The object is to remove the ring from the puzzle. The ring will not go over the body of the Angel so how to remove without cursing it to Hell?

Swan Dive
Difficulty Level: 3 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the long bar from the puzzle. Once you dive into this one you'll quickly find yourself in the deep end! 

Confucius Confusion
Difficulty Level: 3 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the long bar from the puzzle. There's an old Confucius saying "It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop."  This one might take a while but you'll get there eventually if you keep working at it.

Big Ben Bell   
Difficulty Level: 3 out of 5 in this series
Plain White Box

The object is to remove the ring from the puzzle. The bells will be chiming when you solve this one!

 

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