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The Diamond Cube

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All diamonds are at least 990000000 million years old and formed under intense heat and pressure 100 miles below the earth's surface. Luckily you'll have the liberty to perform a similarly act with this intensely challenging puzzle at your leisure - maybe even in an air-conditioned room! But be warned: you might need just as much time! Well, to make things easier instead of forming carbon into diamond crystal, you'll only need to assemble the 12 wooden pieces into a diamond shape.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2.4 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001GHF56U
Item model number N-0007
Manufacturer recommended age 12 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #9,520 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#52 in Toys & Games > Puzzles > Brain Teasers > Maze & Sequential Puzzles
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...for tossing in the middle of a conference room table. People grab them and play with them while they listen to others. It helps keep fidgety people focused. I would even propose that they increase the creativity of discussion.
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This was really fun and challenging. I got my brother and brother in laws each a different puzzle and told them whoever figured theirs out first won. This was the hardest of the wooden puzzles I bought. My husband figured it out after a couple hours and couldn't put it down until he did!
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By hi on July 26, 2011
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This thing took me twenty minutes just to get it taken apart, another two hours to get it back together. The pieces are wooden and durable, great for kids as well. The hard part is the sliding piece but I won't tell you what that is.
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I bought this for a co-worker. They are challenging enough that it takes some time to figure out, but not so challenging that it is frustrating.
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I have had this cube puzzle for 30 years and have taken it apart and together millions of times, so it is extremely durable. I now have it at work and people love coming into my office trying to solve it. I work with a lot of engineers. No one has been able to solve it yet. My young son solved it in 5 minutes.
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I purchased this puzzle as a gift for my husband. He is an engineer and loves to see how things are put together. I thought that it would be a nice little challenge for him to figure out while watching TV. He had the thing apart in 2 minutes. I left the room and came back and it was in pieces. At first I thought, what a waste! But he then mentioned that he was excited to take it to work so his co-workers could try it out as well. The wood is very nice looking and it will make an interesting conversation piece for his desk. So It seems that even though he found it no challenge, it was a nice little gift.
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This was a gift for a puzzle lover. The idea seems great and was fairly difficult, but it seemed to be defective as it was so tight. (I was asked by the recipient if I had glued the pieces together!) He finally figured it out but a piece came off it in the process. Don't know if this is normal or not as this is the first issue I have had with Monkey Pod Games. I did not contact them about this issue.
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By PJinMT on January 7, 2016
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Nice tricky puzzle, was definitely a brain twister.
Be warned that the wood cracks and breaks I had to superglue 3 different pieces and that was with only one time taking it apart and putting it back together approximately less than a hours time of play. But it broke when taking it apart, so that time frame isn't realistic
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