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Puzz 3D New York, New York - 3,141 pieces

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  • Puzz3D New York, New York City Skyline Puzzle!
  • The Most Challenging Puzz-3D Ever!
  • 3,141 Pieces! Super Challenging, Entertaining and Fun!
  • The Fully Dimensional Puzzle!
  • Completed Dimensions Approximately 35" Wide, 26" Deep and 21.25" Tall!
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 7.5 x 14.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B000066G5Y
  • Item model number: 10002
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 16 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,158 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

New York, as we remember it, untouched and innocent. Now you can always remember the skyline of New York as it once was, complete with the twin towers and all. New York's skyline may be changed for good, but it will remain the same in our hearts and minds. This challenging 3d puzzle is by far the most awesome 3d puzzle ever created. Any fan of puzzles will love the challenge of this one! It has over 3,000 pieces!! This puzzle makes an excellent collector's gift. New York may be changed, but we can still look back and remember. Pieces: 3141 Size: Height = 21.25 inches Width = 35 inches Depth = 26 inches Difficulty Level: Super Challenging

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It was the most challenging puzzle I have done.
Kristine
It took both parents over 3 weeks to complete with several hours spent each day!
Babs In Florida
The kick here was confusing picture coloration in the guide book.
S. Mazumdar

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Rankin on August 16, 2003
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If you're into jigsaw puzzles, then this is the ultimate challenge for you! I put it together in about 2 weeks, but I was at it at least 8 hours every night. The instruction manual says that the puzzle comes in two pouches of pieces, but mine was just in one big bag! This made it twice as difficult, but that's the fun of this puzzle! You definitely need a really big table to work on, and you'll spend about a day just sorting out the pieces and disgarding the "scrap" pieces with all the red dots on them. There is a secret "mini-puzzle" of about 35 pieces that is mixed in with the bag, but they stand out so much you can't miss them, even though you have over 3000 pieces to choose from. Start with this first just to get the feel of how the pieces fit, then it's onto the big kahuna! I started from the base and worked my way up, assembling all the panels. It's important to follow the instructions when it comes to "raising the city" because of the way that all the sections interlock together. The Empire State side is harder than the World Trade side, so you may want to do World Trade first. Don't be discouraged! You'll be proud with all your hard work, I promise! It's great to display and will definitely be something to strike up a conversation about!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ramiro Castellanos on April 9, 2003
I'm 28 years old, and it was a fantastic expirience. A tip: If you never build a 3d puzzle before, first build 2 or 3 little 3d puzzles (300 - 700 pieces), and then, buy this one!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. Barone on July 2, 2003
I got this puzzle for my boyfriend last Christmas and when we got back from college we started it! It took us one month in total to finish the puzzle. The puzzle is VERY CHALLENGING. We worked every night from 6pm-1am most nights. After hours of looking at teeny tiny windows and searching for that ONE PIECE amongst 3,000+, one might lost one's mind and get frustrated very quickly, BUT DO NOT GIVE UP. This puzzle is a amazing because when it's done, it's gorgeous and it paying a fitting tribute to the twin towers and NYC!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kristine on June 16, 2003
This puzzle has taken me almost 3 months to complete. It was the most challenging puzzle I have done. As soon as the puzzle started looking like NYC I was more motivated then ever to complete it. Wonderful puzzle for peole with addictive personalities.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "singhaniabk" on April 16, 2004
This puzzle has been awesome. In the end, it looks so beautiful sitting in our living room. The puzzle might take quite a bit of time to start with when you have to sort it out. The major fun is trying to build the buildings and connect them after you have made the "walls". A must-buy for any jigsaw lover.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Mazumdar on March 5, 2010
Beyond doubt a challenging puzzle. To start with the sheer size was a deterrent. In fact , I dared to start only after superannuation from active service.

Nevertheless, once started, it was an obsessive involvement for nearly two months, crossing hurdle one after another. The first hurdle was shorting the pieces. The base pieces were easy to separate as they looked substantially different from the tower pieces. But the shorting ease was annulled by difficulty in putting them together as most of them looked alike - Grey city roads with moving automobiles' The next stage was assembling the vertical towers- time taking but reasonably simple phase. The kick here was confusing picture coloration in the guide book. The pieces for a yellow building could be greenish or something else ' The final challenge was interlocking the towers and fixing them to the base frame - a stage requiring frequent partial knocking down of the blocks'

Great fun if you have the time and the staying power' ' '
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