Huzzle 3D Puzzles Level 5 Expert

£11.04
15 choices of the Level Five EXPERT Huzzle 3D puzzles by Hanayama. Huzzle provides puzzles for anyone age 3+ which are solved using a blend of inspiration and logic. The challenge is to take the puzzle apart and put it back together. Simple, yet so d...
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15 choices of the Level Five EXPERT Huzzle 3D puzzles by Hanayama.
Huzzle provides puzzles for anyone age 3+ which are solved using a blend of inspiration and logic.
The challenge is to take the puzzle apart and put it back together.
Simple, yet so deep.
You will need your hands and your brain on board to solve the huzzle puzzles!
Happy Puzzling.
Box meausrements - 75*119*45 mm
Choices are;
Amour
A masterpiece by metal smith Akio Yamamoto, the key word for this puzzle is “love”.
The two separate, linked loops make this puzzle extremely challenging.
The objective is to remove the masterfully united “Adam” and “Eve” loops from the metal plate crafted in the shape of the “Forbidden Fruit”… and, if you succeed in putting them back together again, your love may just come to fruition.
Devil
The early 20th century witnessed a kind of puzzle boom, which in 1905 gave birth to an absurdly simple looking puzzle known as the “Devil’s Claws.”
We were surprised at how nicely this new version turned out after deciding to revise the original.
Don’t let the smooth looks of this one fool you, you may become one of those who let frustration take over, and leave this puzzle forever unsolved. Dedicated to the true puzzler!
The key word is “claws”.
Duet
At first glance, it looks as if there is only one ring hanging from the grid but there are in fact, two rings attached with a magnetic force.
Can you separate the rings from the grid and return them to their original positions?
After you conquer that, next, try also to fit the two rings ar the four-crossing point on the grid indicated by the numbers.
The level of difficulty increases as players aim for crossings with higher numbers.
Theme: “Magnetism”.
Elk
At the end of the 19th century, Britain experienced a huge puzzle craze.
I managed to pick up a number of the puzzles famous during that period in flea markets, despite their rarity.
Based on these original puzzles from Britain’s famous puzzle period, this is one that we have successfully revived in its new form. The key word here is “antlers”.
Can you free the antlers… and then put them back together again?
Equa
We have created a puzzle that takes on a spherical shape of an astronmical model composed of a planet and its surrounding ring.
The planet positioned tightly inside the ring looks as if it cannot be taken out, and all you can do with it is rotate it on its axis. Or is this really the case?
The theme of the puzzle is “heaven” and was created by Oskar or The Netherlands.
H&H
Just as the name suggests, this puzzle, shaped like the letter “H”, is made of two pieces entwined together.
At a glance, the piece that make up the puzzle may appear to be of the exact same shape, but the pieces actually differ slightly.
Do you think you can disassemble the two pieces?
This movement of the pieces is very tricky, so you need to be careful that your memory doesn’t play tricks on you too.
Designed by Dutch genius Oskar.
The theme is “Entwine”
Helix
The grooves engraved in the two rotating boards are called “logarithmic spirals”.
These Two grooves always cross at right angles, and a square hole is formed at their intersection.
The goal of this puzzle is to remove the helix ring that goes through that hole. The inspiration of this puzzle is the morning glory.
The puzzle was designed to look like a bud that comes into bloom with twining tendrils.
The original concept dates back to 1990, but it has been enhanced with the addition of several tricky features.
The theme of this puzzle is “Flower”.
Laby
At the end of the 19th century, Britain experienced a huge puzzle craze.
I managed to pick up a number of the puzzles famous during that period in flea markets, despite their rarity.
Based on these original puzzles from Britain’s famous puzzle period, this is one that we have successfully revived in its new form.
The key point of this puzzle is decisively navigating its labyrinth, in which exists one point of weakness for you to break through.
For the indecisive part of you.
Marble
This puzzle has such a beautiful shape that it could easily be mistaken for a piece of jewelry.
Its surface features extremely unusual cuts; actually, this marble is a puzzle that can be broken up into 4 pieces.
This advanced design is the creation of Bram & Oskar. If you succeed in breaking up the marble, please carefully examine the surface of the sections of each piece.
The theme of this puzzle is “Sphere”.
Padlock
The design is evocative of a study padlock. Just pick it up and you’ll quickly gain an appreciation for the challenge that lies ahead – this puzzle will not open easily!
The interior is comprised of two elliptical pieces, locked together tightly around the circular pieces and obstinately refusing to be released. But don’t give up!
Repeatedly separate and then put them back together and prove you have what it takes to unlock this riddle.
Designed by Korean designer JinHoo Ahn.
The theme is “obstinacy.”
Radix
The Radix is a puzzle known for both its monumental looks and somewhat organic styling and movement.
The entire unit gives off an air of antique wisdom, the pieces joined at the base in chaotic harmony.
The name comes from the mathematical term, “radical axis”, and also means root in Latin. The innovative concept that it is, you might even be tempted to call it “radical”. Whatever you call it, have fun.
The key word here is “sprout”.
Rattle
Four pieces of the same shape are loosely interlocked together to make up this puzzle.
All of the pieces fit loosely and it seems as though they would be easy to take apart. However, one is soon at a loss, as the puzzle gives no hint about how it is solved.
The trick is to not think too hard, but to ease your mind as you take up the challenge.
The American Bram Cohen designed this puzzle.
The theme is loose.
Ring 2
This is the second of “ring” puzzles. The five separate rings can be taken apart and put back together.
This version has been changed a bit from the original made by Connecticut’s Jose Grant. This puzzle has five rings, like the Olympic rings that stand the test of time.
That is the basic concept behind this puzzle. This Type of ring puzzle goes back at least as far as the 15th century, and is now remade with today’s puzzle crafting knowledge.
Give it a go.
Spiral
At first glance, this puzzle by Kennet Walker of Rivermore, California doesn’t seem un-lockable. The five pieces, however, can most certainly be taken apart.
Putting them back together, however, is a whole new problem in itself. My suggestion for solving this puzzle would be to not apply too much pressure.
Solve it or not, the five pieces exude a kind of elegance, spiraling into a comfortable fit in the palm of your hand.
The key word is “spiral”.
Square
This puzzle consists of 4 pieces that are combined to form a square. … Will you be able to take it apart?
What’s more, these pieces have a secret: each time their arrangement is changed when recreating the original shape, the solution changes.
Are you up to the challenge of completely solving the riddle of this square?
The theme of this puzzle is “Orientation”. Created by Finland’s Timonen.
Specifications
  • Brand:
    Hanayama
  • Condition:
    New
  • Product Code:
    HuzzleDiff5_Amour
  • Weight:
    0.2kg
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