This clever little puzzle box allows your recipient to see what the gift is through the acrylic cover, but to get to it they must first solve the secret to opening the box.
The gift card you want to give is placed inside the wooden puzzle box under the Perspex cover. We supply instructions with the puzzle so that you will know what to do to put your gift card inside the puzzle box. It makes a very creative replacement to putting a gift card inside a standard paper envelope.
You can use it for birthdays, mother's day, father's day, even engagement or wedding presents. Really, it will work for any occasion.
A fun gift for all sorts of celebrations! Fit gift cards, small tickets and more inside. Also makes a fun Business Card holder for the boss!
Imagine watching the frustration on their face as they try to get to the gift.
This is one of the new trick opening puzzles from Dilemma Games. Previously we only had the larger cash sized version of the ATM Puzzle from Bits & Pieces.
Size: 122mm x 74mm x 25mm
The space inside the puzzle box under the clear acrylic cover is enough for a standard size credit card or gift card or you can fit smaller tickets.
A solution to open the box is packaged with the puzzle.
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Japanese Handmade Puzzle box 3 sun 12 steps Stripe/Kuzushi wood design.
In Hakone and Odawara district of Kanagawa Prefecture, is known as "Traditional Puzzle Box (Trick Box)."
It is one of the woodwork handed down from old times in Japan. The origin goes back even to the Meiji era (1868 - ). These structures inherit the technology from the Karakuri house of the Ninja in the Edo period (1800s).
The trick box, with its advanced technological aspects, requires perseverance to manufacture. This Bushido (Samurai) spirits. Despite its intellectually fascinating design and function, The trick box is anything but mechanical, the feel and sound by which the wood runs are simple and gentle.
This is the charm of the Japanese puzzle box.
Handmade by Japanese craftman in Hakone.
Box outside Size : 90 x 60 x 50mm (Box inner size:56x48x35mm)
This box is opened by 12 steps. This puzzle box have 2 slide keys and 3 slide panels. 3sun is Japanese Measure,1sun is 3cm(1.18inch). The length of this box is 9cm(3.5inch). and Marquetry of Japan(Yosegi) is used for the pattern of this box. This marquetry(yosegi) is used the color of a natural wood, and this pattern is made only from Wood.
**The wood mosaic pattern of top and bottom panels may be differed from these picture. because parquet pattern is a continuous pattern. so The top and bottom panels of each boxes has a different pattern.
Skyscrapers is a puzzle box designed by Osamu Kasho of the Karakuri creation group of Japan. This is a very fun piece that is nice to play with and looks great!
Designed for an exhibition with the theme ‘Go’ this piece features five buildings of adjustable height. The aim being to open the drawer, will you be able to do it?
Made from Japanese walnut, wendge, chanchin, maple, oak and cherry. The box measures 100x115x73mm with an internal storage area of 75x57x45mm.
Solution is included.
In 1980 the Dutch designer Wil Strijbos created his first puzzle and this is it. The Aluminium Cross. And it's design is still as unique and intriguing as when he first created it over 30 years ago.
At first you might think this is the same as other cross puzzles you've seen before. It's not! You might also think it does not look very difficult to take it apart. It is! And once you have it apart you might think it will not be very difficult to put it back together. It is! Possibly the most intriguing thing about this puzzle is that even if you see the elements of the puzzle when it's apart the solution is not obvious.
Size: 60mm x 60mm x 35mm
A very high quality product made from precision machined polished Aluminium. The puzzle is engraved with Wil's signature so you know it's an original. Wil is a true puzzle solver and has the philosophical view that puzzles should not come with solution sheets. So, if you purchase one of these puzzles there will be no solution supplied.
Bad Radio is the creation of Akio Kamei and is a beautiful looking puzzle box that is a real collectors piece.
Handmade with great attention to detail it may leave some struggling to open it while others may find it relatively easy.
A fun puzzle box that will look amazing at home on display. Very limited supply.
The box is made from Teak, Rosewood and Mizuki. It measures 230 x 150 x 132mm with an internal storage compartment of 68 x 55 x 36mm.
The solution is included.