Sputnik Ball (Sputnik Kugel)

Sputnik Ball (Sputnik Kugel)

Sputnik Ball (Sputnik Kugel) You must separate all pieces and then put them back together. Named after the first satellite put in orbit, this laser-cut wood and metal puzzle was originally designed by Leonard M. Lyon in 1891 and later adapted by Jean-Claude Constantin. The outer ring appears to block any attemptsto remove the inner ring, no matter which way you turn it. It seems impossible, but it can be done! Jean-Claude Constantin lives in Germany, where he designs and manufactures many different laser-cut wood puzzles, as well as metal puzzles and magic tricks.

Are you a person who loves a good mystery? Me too, I also love jigsaw puzzles and you should know the two are now combined to make a mystery lovers life more challenging. These unique puzzles aptly name mystery jigsaw puzzles use the book to spin the tale but to get to the bottom of who dun it the answer lies within the puzzle itself, you cannot solve the mystery without it. There is just one more bit of sleuthing to do the puzzle doesn’t match the jigsaw picture on the box!

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