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Exercise your mind with Ravensburger's 540-piece The Earth Puzzleball. This 3D puzzle is composed of 540 curved pieces that snap together to form a detailed, full-color globe. Each puzzle piece is printed with a number on the inside to assist with construction, or you can go by image alone for a real challenge. Recommended for children ages12 and older, the set provides hours of puzzle-solving fun for budding geographers and makes a beautiful decorative piece when completed.
The Ravensburger Earth puzzleball is built with 540 curved plastic pieces, engineered to securely snap together without the use of glue to form a smooth sphere. Each plastic piece features a detailed section of our Earth and provides a hands-on way to explore the globe from the comfort of your living room. Numbers and arrows are printed on the back of each piece to provide direction in the building process, and a handy reference guide is also included to see the completed map while you work.
This puzzle set includes two different stands to display your Earth puzzleball. A curved plastic base holds your globe while the puzzle is in progress and lets you position the globe any way you like. A separate metal display stand is included to hold the completed puzzle. This display stand allows you to spin your globe on its axis, making it easy to show off the completed globe and study its detailed surface.
Our testers found the puzzle pieces to be detailed and easy to connect. While some pieces took more effort to snap together than others, they all joined into a smooth and impressive globe. The plastic stand provides a convenient place to store the globe while searching for pieces. Doing the puzzle guided only by the map is a bit challenging, but great for learning countries' locations. The addition of numbers and arrows on the inside of the pieces is a big help for getting through tough sections.
540 puzzle pieces, plastic display stand, metal display stand, reference map, and instructions.
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it is very easy to combine it to a whole for there is number in every piece. you just need patient and follow the number one by one. I think 5 years old child can play it.Published 4 days ago by johnbean
Display stand for the finished globe is poorly designed and difficult to assembly with damaging plastic components!Published 14 days ago by Charles Schickner
It is awesome and I love how it comes with a stand and there's holes on the globe so when you connect it it spins.Published 15 days ago by AJVS
It was my first 3D puzzle and it satisfied the craving. It is not as hard as a flat puzzle because... you just need to find the numbers on the back and connect it.Published 17 days ago by SanB
I did enjoy it with my dad, anyway we tried to not looking a no. they have bocz it was easy to deal with it. lol make it challenge !!Published 1 month ago by Pasakorn
Fun to put together, if not a bit tricky to get the last few pieces in without crushing the globe. And thank goodness for the numbers on the back of the pieces, as it would be... Read morePublished 1 month ago by zandeli
Both fun and challenging activity for all ages. I also ordered one for my sister since she likes doing puzzles.Published 1 month ago by vichea chhuon