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The Waiter's Tray sliding puzzle


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Stock Update 14/08/2019 - More stock to arrive later in the year. Updated 5th December 2019. It seems this puzzle is very delayed and we do not think we will have it from the manufacturer for another couple of weeks so probably not in time for Christmas. We're disappointed we cannot bring you this fantastic puzzle but unfortunately, the circumstances are outside our control.

Can you slide the pieces so that the waiter can remove the tray from underneath the bottles? You won't be calling this puzzle a waiter's friend that's for sure!

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The aim is to remove the wooden tray from under the six pack. Yes, we know that's not the normal way of things. Usually you're trying to keep the bottles on the tray. But that's the mind of Jean Claude Constantin at work making a puzzle from the unusual.

You will need to move the bottles up and down to gradually slide out the try. Bottles may need to be moved more than once and are sometimes locked until you move the balls holding them in place.

When you've solved this part of the puzzle then put the tray back in and challenge others. Don't be surprised if you need a stiff drink after this one!

Jean Claude is undoubtedly one of the most prolific puzzle inventors of the last 30 years. There are 5 of his designs in this series commissioned by Recent Toys. We also stock a number of other puzzles that are actually made by Jean Claude Constantin himself including a couple of puzzle boxes.

The puzzle is packaged in a black plywood box with a booklet about the puzzles that makes for a striking appearance if you're gifting it. The booklet is written in English, German, French and Spanish.
The booklet does not contain the solutions to the puzzles. Don't be worried; that just makes the puzzle more interesting!
Size: 215mm x 115mm x 17mm The box is 235mm x 135mm x 42mm

Additional Information

Manufacturer Recent Toys
Difficulty Level 8
Designer Jean-Claude Constantin

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