A popular puzzle, easy when you know how and impossible when you don't. A borrowed bill is dropped into a clear plastic box through a slot. The box is handed to a spectator, who is asked to remove his bill without breaking the box. They cannot do so till they learn the clever secret.
Can you make this three-sided pyramid with just these 2 white blocks ??? This two-piece Pyramid Puzzle is a large model, with sides that are almost three inches long! It can easily be assembled--- if you know the secret.
This great miniature puzzle was first around in the 1960's and then suddenly vanished (no pun intended), but I managed to find a distributor who still had some available and purchased his existing inventory. This 4 piece miniature plastic pyramid puzzle will challenge your friends and family. Very difficult to do, unless you know its secrets.
A neat puzzle, using twenty balls in four blocks. There are two strings of 4 balls, and two blocks of 6 balls. The object of the puzzle is to form them into a perfect pyramid. This is a large size model--- the pyramid measures about 3.5" at the base and each side, and comes with instructions.
Have you tried your hand at the "T" puzzle yet? If so, you know how deceptive and frustrating 4 little pieces of plastic can be. The small plastic version is shown assembled here.
By popular demand, I also have the "Executive" version of the "T" puzzle--- a much larger, laser-cut, balsa wood edition that's a great puzzle and conversation piece for your coffee table or office.
Ask about a special bonus: Two free plastic "T" puzzles with each balsa wood puzzle you purchase.