|MATERIAL:||Wenge and Iroko (African Teak)|
|EDITION:||60 Copies Released|
Tabula Cube is a very interesting puzzle. The 3x3 cube format is augmented with eighteen smaller planks which connect with the cubes to make nine different shapes. The level 1.7.2 solution is tricky to disassemble and very challenging to assemble. Tabula is a lot of work to make, with 45 component pieces and very precise gluing requirements. We may not sell it out immediately but that's ok...it's a unique puzzle and I'm looking forward to having a copy in my own collection.
60 copies available for sale, each signed and dated. This puzzle is shipped assembled.
Precision wood puzzles can be damaged by environmental changes. Please read the Caring for Wood Puzzles guide to ensure proper fit and operation.
Obviously this is a cool looking puzzle. Very unique look and I love the wood variations. Very tricky to put back together. You have to be up for a real assembly problem. So tricky that id think most people need hint or just a straoght up solution.
The product, packaging, system of event; it was all top notch.
They pick great puzzles to release and I have enjoyed everything I have learned about them. I missed out on the puzzle that brought me to the sale, but I just was not prepared for how popular/loved this company is.
This is my new favorite out of my whole puzzle collection. While it resembles a Rubik's Cube, it is nothing like that. There is no turning or twisting of layers, they simply mesh together in a complex interlocking of cubes and slats. As expected, craftsmanship is superb. The weight and feel of this puzzle is incredibly satisfying. The first piece to be removed does not just fall out, it requires just enough encouragement (although this may change over time/usage, or changes in humidity). Subsequent movements are a challenge to find but very rewarding once discovered. Reassembly requires great patience and skill. The repeatability of this puzzle is high. I also love to show it off because it just looks so amazing.
Sometimes I find myself drawn to it just to pick it up and move some pieces to feel/hear the wonderfully satisfying 'clack' they make when sliding back home. I think these are the perfect combination of woods too. Well done!