Object: Disassemble and Reassemble the Puzzle
Difficulty: Level 6 - Tricky
Type: Hanayama Metal Puzzles
Dimensions: 3 3/4 in x 1 5/8 in 1 1/4 in
9.5 cm x 4.1 cm x 3.1 cm
After completion of this puzzle by Dutch designer, Oskar,
the words 'key' and 'ring' should be properly lined up with each other.
This is vital. If you try to put the pieces back together
without lining up the words correctly, you will have failed
even after achieving what appears at first to be a successful
It should read 'Key Ring' even when upside down.
The wording design is courtesy of the prodigy, Scott Kim.
The key word is 'pair'
Hanayama Toy Co. began life in the mid-1930s as a manufacturer and retailer of traditional games
More than seventy years later, Hanayama continues to make games, puzzles for people of all ages.
Hanayama suitably acknowledges and credits the inventors of these ingenious puzzles.
These are original metal puzzles made with the permission of the inventors not unauthorised copies.
These cast metal puzzles are divided into six levels of difficulty
but don't think you'll start with the most difficult.
Even level 4 metal puzzles have taken experienced puzzlers hours to master.