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3D Crystal Puzzle - Puppy Dog: 40 Pcs


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3D Crystal Puzzle - Puppy Dog: 40 Pcs
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Weight: 0.38 lbs

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Description:
Delight your mind and eyes with this 3 dimensional brainteaser of man's best friend! When you've pieces its interlocking plastic pieces together (be ready for a challenge), its colorful, sleek design with brighten any room. 40 pieces. Ages 12 and up.

Warning: Choking Hazard - Contains small parts not suitable for children under 3 years.


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So much fun!
These 3D puzzles are so challenging and so much fun to put together. This one even comes with a little water bowl for the puppy.
--Tracey from TX

Very Cool!
It is cool...perfect for a nine year old girl's bithday. (whom just happens to love dogs!)
--Andrea from PA

Awesome
When I first put the puppy dog together, I was able to methodically and logically assemble all pieces of the dog. I had the entire dog put together somewhere between 45 minutes to an hour, but the real "fun" had just begun. There are 2 rods, one longer than the other, that is used to secure the dog's posterior from the ground to his upper back and from the chest through the dog's head. After experimenting for a half-hour, I realized that the longer rod actually goes from the chest through the head and the shorter rod goes from the ground through upper back. The longer rod was a cinch to insert. However, I cannot push the shorter rod in for the life of me. There is a piece in the puzzle near where both rods are supposed to be inserted that only takes the shorter rod, but the way that you have to insert it is ridiculous. There are threads on this piece and once you insert the short rod, you have to screw it in for a quarter inch and then push the rod through the rest of the dog until it touches the ground on the dog's posterior. However, it is next to impossible to push the rod through once it has gone through the thread. I've even taken a couple pairs of needle-nose pliers and tried twisting the rod through to no avail. Maybe I got a defective piece here, but I'd like to be able to finish a puzzle that is 99% complete. My only task left on this puzzle is securing the pieces with the 2 rods. I will probably take this piece (and the short rod) to work just so I can dremel out the threads. If not for the threads I'd be able to insert the short rod completely through without a problem. So I'll have to deduct 1.5 stars on the overall rating for all this trouble. The short rod should go through the dog's posterior without any problems, just like the longer rod. Once I'm able to secure the 2 rods, the dog should be very durable. If I drop him on the floor, I would not expect him to fly into a million (okay 40) pieces. On the other hand, the 2 pieces that make up the dog's ears are easily inserted into his head. They come out very easily also. So I think it would be best to use superglue to secure the ears in place. I won't even attempt using superglue until I can secure the rest of the dog together with the 2 rods, as described in the previous paragraph. This is a minor flaw, so I'll deduct only a half star for this. Other than these 2 problems, this is a very fun and methodical puzzle to put together and gets your brain to think in a logical manner. And you get something physical to show for your work once it's completed! The puzzle even comes with a bowl for the dog's water!
--Carl from Schaumburg, IL


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