|MATERIAL:||Morado Outer Box, Birds Eye Maple Drawer. Paduak, Purpleheart, Cherry, Bocote, Canarywood, Wenge, Ash, Zebrawood, Bubinga, Granidillo, Yellowheart and Jatoba pieces|
|EDITION:||89 Copies Released|
|SIZE:||2" x 1.375" x 1.5"|
Tube It In is a classic design by Wil Strijbos. To solve it you have to take the various small rectangular pieces and pack them all inside each other. Wil originally made it with small cut sections of metal pipe! What an original and fun idea, still unique to this day. The puzzle itself is moderately tricky and fun to solve.
89 total copies available for sale, each signed and dated. This puzzle is shipped assembled.
Precision wood puzzlesÂ can be damaged by environmental changes. Please read theÂ Caring for Wood Puzzles guide to ensureÂ proper fit and operation.
Mr. Puzzle made a very nice video review of the 2019 version ** Spoiler Warning - this link contains the puzzle's solution** found here
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This was my first wooden puzzle. As I'm a big Wil Strijbos fan and have quite a collection of his metal puzzles, this was the obvious choice for me to try out a different material. I'm glad I did. The craftsmanship is excellent and the different woods are just beautiful to look at. Not a difficult puzzle, but a very satisfying solve.
This is a beautiful puzzle - petite and intriguing. It’s so perfectly crafted that it’s a joy to pick it up and play with. Intricate and tactile.
I was so happy there was a rerelease for this one. As always with CD puzzles it is beautifully crafted. When taking it apart this beauty distracted me and I lost track of the disassembly process. I got it back together after some careful tinkering. Very rewarding.