|MATERIAL:||Black Walnut box; Sapele, Cherry, Zebrawood, Leopardwood, Wenge, Genuine Mahogany, Bocote, Morado tiles.|
|EDITION:||44 Copies Released|
|SIZE:||6" x 4.25" x 3.25"|
Dee's widely acclaimed "Where's My Hammer?" Sequential Discovery Puzzle Box was his first offering on Cubicdissection. WMH is incredibly well crafted and packs a ton of puzzling value into a unique and attractive package. Multiple discoveries, unique mechanisms, and very unusual construction make this a must-have for serious collectors.
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To ensure the proper continued operation and fit of your puzzles, please check out our product care guide. We recommend an occasional polishing with Renaissance Wax to keep wood puzzles in top condition.
Had my eye on this for a long time and finally managed to grab hold of one on its last release. Beautifully crafted with some intriguing and unusual discoveries along the way. I managed to get past the first few steps before being stumped for some time. After quite a few goes at picking it up and having another go i finally managed to crack it. Brilliant puzzle, and if you see one become available then i highly recommend grabbing one while you can.
Where's My Hammer is a very well made and beautiful looking puzzle box with an unique look. There are some tools to discover during the solution, and none of them is a hammer, and no hammer is required for solving! After finding some tools I had an idea for opening the box, but clearly I was missing another tool. Some ideas later I found such a tool and could open the box. It works reliably and without blind guessing and is fun to solve.
This one was a must buy as soon as I saw it was a new entry into the sequential discovery genre. The box itself is beautiful and draws the eye on the shelf, and while I am yet to solve it fully, the secrets uncovered so far are unique among a fairly sizeable collection. Top work!