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Breakthrough Level Two Cars Puzzle


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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 12 x 2.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0056DWBT4
  • Item model number: 50671
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #148,803 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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For fans of Disney Pixar's Cars 2, the Breakthrough Level Two Cars Puzzle combines traditional flat jigsaw puzzle pieces with 3D innovation to create a unique work of art. This patent-pending puzzle system uses specially designed cardboard pieces and clips to construct 3D components that fit seamlessly into the overall puzzle artwork. Designed for kids aged 8 and up, the puzzle fits most standard picture frames, making it easy to display in a playroom or bedroom.

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Pixar's Cars 2
3D Puzzle
  • Ages: Eight and up
  • Requires: Level 2 skill (a large amount of simple folding techniques)
At a Glance:
  • 3D model components make puzzle pop out
  • 250 puzzle pieces offer a fun and challenging build
  • Large size is ideal for display
  • Designed for ages 8 and up
Pixar's Cars 2 3D Puzzle
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Pixar's Cars 2 3D Puzzle
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Innovative 3D Puzzle Design Pops Out

The puzzle presents two characters from Cars 2 that literally pop out of the display. The traditional part of the jigsaw puzzle depicts a bright landscape that includes the back half of the Lightning McQueen red racer and the Agent Mater tow truck. The front half of the vehicles are comprised of highly detailed, folding cardboard model components that secure with clips. Once assembled, these 3D components attach to the face of the puzzle, creating a seamless yet pronounced effect.

Display the Puzzle as Art

Large, colorful, and movie-accurate in depiction, the puzzle provides a remarkable centerpiece for any playroom or Cars 2 fan's bedroom. Measuring 18 inches high by 24 inches wide, the completed puzzle extends 8 inches out from the wall. Its impressive size fits most standard picture frames.

Level Two Build Offers a Challenge

With more than 250 puzzle pieces, the puzzle lives up to its level two build classification, which requires moderate building skills. Much of the puzzle image consists of a blue sky and sandy dirt background, offering a fun challenge. Once completed, the builder spreads a thin layer of glue (included) on the front and back surface of the puzzle to bond the board.

While the traditional jigsaw portion of the puzzle is simple to build, younger children may have difficulty assembling the 3D model components. Each piece requires precise folding at the indicated crease lines and must be connected to corresponding pieces using tab numbers. Also, there are more than 200 separate attachment clips, making assembling a challenge. Despite these concerns, the puzzle is a fun activity for children and adults to complete together.

What's in the Box

Breakthrough Level Two Cars 2 Puzzle, 3D model pieces, attachment clips, joining clips, glue, applicator, and instruction booklet.

Product Description

50671 Features: -Sure to please any racing fan.-3D builds of lightning McQueen, Matar and the cars 2 logo.-200 Piece puzzles - level 2.-Great family activity.-Recommended for ages 8 and up. Includes: -Instruction manual included.

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It makes me want to keep going to see how it all fits into place.
John Hojara
It just takes a little more attention to detail and some trial and error though.
jpr
Each puzzle piece, however, has the regular uni-dimensional configuration.
Wandering Hoosier

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jpr on November 17, 2011
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This "breakthrough" puzzle could be just the thing for a rainy day, or for kids (and parents) who enjoy puzzles and models of medium difficulty. It's also a little unique in that it combines a traditional puzzle with two paper fold/clip-together car models. I'll post a couple photos to help illustrate.

I helped a 6-year-old and a 10-year-old with the trickier parts, and they did need help. They might have been able to complete it on their own, but with quite a bit more frustration, and probably a few mistakes in the finished project.

You start by assembling the puzzle itself. The puzzle is about what you'd expect for a 250 piece puzzle. The only challenging part is the fairly large blue-sky area which has a lot of pieces with very similar colors and patterns. It just takes a little more attention to detail and some trial and error though. The kids did most of the puzzle in one partial-evening and finished up the sky in another, and they seemed to enjoy it. I helped a little with the sky to keep things moving along.

Once the puzzle is complete, you apply a thin layer of glue to the front, wait for it to dry, and then do the same to the back. That obviously limits the possibility of doing the project multiple times, but it's necessary in order to be able to later attach the 3-d paper models to the puzzle as intended.

You then begin building the two car models by first punching out the paper pieces. I think there were 37 pieces, but strangely, two of them were numbered 35, with no number 36. It must have just been a simple printing error though because all the needed pieces were still present and could be assembled correctly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gavin Scott on December 15, 2011
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It's a combination of a puzzle and paper-craft-like construction. Following the directions requires gluing the puzzle together once the basic puzzle is complete, so there's no replay value once you complete the whole thing.

It's a clever design, though parents will definitely need to help out with the 3D portion of the assembly.

G.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Recommended ages on the box were for 8 and up. In out house the five-year-old, the 6-year-old and the 8-year-old got a little bored and left the final assembly to the 38-year-olds.

It's not to say that it's impossible for them to complete, but even our little puzzle-guru got frustrated and the assembly process. Mom had to step in and help finish the product.

At the end of the day they all appreciated the final product and it sits proudly on our entertainment center. That's about it. It's not really something that we would disassemble, put in a box and pull back out later. Mom was a bit irritated when it fell off the table and busted apart - the fruits of labor in pieces.

But it was entertaining and perhaps if the little one that loves puzzles was a little older he might have been able to concentrate more and see the project to completion.

But all and all - it was an interesting way to spend an afternoon.
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When I acquired this puzzle, I had planned on my 10 year old daughter assembling it - she's a whiz with puzzles & logic games, and this seemed to be right up her alley. She was able to easily assemble the puzzle itself, but once she got to the popout pieces, she found it to be much more challenging - it requires significant dexterity and exact placement to get the popout pieces to fit in properly.

In addition, the glue provided with the puzzle was tough for her to use - it just didn't make sense and wasn't exactly "kid friendly" - it certainly did require an adult to assist (if not actually perform the gluing for the child).

The puzzle looks great now that it's assembled, and my daughter has a fond memory of assembling it, but there were moments of frustration in the assembly process. If your child has a short attention span, this may not be the right item for him/her. If, however, your child is detail oriented and enjoys the challenge of making things fit "just right", this is probably a perfect toy!
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This should be categorized as a wall-art puzzle rather than simply a regular puzzle. At first I thought that each individual piece would be 3D, as some Cars puzzles are designed. Each puzzle piece, however, has the regular uni-dimensional configuration. The 3D part of the puzzle comes up because there are holes in the puzzle where parts of cardboard cars can be inserted. The parts of the cardboard cars that jet out from the puzzle make the puzzle 3D.

This puzzle comes with many little pieces. The jigsaw pieces are small and the plastic parts used to hold the cardboard parts of the car together are even smaller. The puzzle is recommended for 8 years +, but I would recommend it for teenagers or adults. An 8 year-old child would have to have advanced dexterity to be able to put the puzzle together.

Once the puzzle is put together, there is glue that comes with it that can be used to hold it together. The puzzle can then be framed and used as wall-art. The instructions that come with the puzzle are easy to follow and show the puzzle being used as wall art. Due to the difficulty of configuring the cardboard car parts, it would not be fun to take it apart and try it again after it has been constructed.

Unless this puzzle is being given as a gift to someone who really enjoys putting things together, I think it would be a better gift if the giver put the puzzle together, had the puzzle framed, and then gave the framed puzzle as a gift. I would think that most kids would love having this framed Cars puzzle on their wall and it is much more interesting than the typical wall art designed for children.
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