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Andreas Lundgren
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posted January 29, 2017 03:21 PM     Profile for Andreas Lundgren   Author's Homepage   Email Andreas Lundgren     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote

I'm looking for interesting interlocking wooden puzzles from a brain teasing point of view.

So not in the impossible side of the spectrum, and not too easy. It should be solvable by spending some evenings a week during a month or a few. (I realize how vague my description is, but better than nothing. )

Like the once you find on my webpage if you filter for "hard": (

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Lionel Depeux
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posted January 30, 2017 09:27 AM     Profile for Lionel Depeux   Author's Homepage   Email Lionel Depeux     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Hello Andreas,

First of all, welcome to this forum!
I'd tend to recommend the "Pentangle" range: They have quite a number of very interesting wooden designs available, some definitely on the not-so-easy side of puzzling!

I am by no means associated with this company, but have known and enjoyed their products for many years (which could be as much as nearly 40 years actually!) and have always felt those were a very nice balance of craftsmanship, difficulty and price. And the company is based in Europe, which might also make things easier for you.

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