Best sequential discovery puzzle?

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prodigy
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by prodigy » Fri Sep 14, 2018 10:17 pm

The prices have been up to $1000 for the Angel box but I don't have the recent prices.
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by greenwolf86 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:27 pm

$10K is crazy....
On a slightly more uplifting note, one sold earlier this year for $1500 here.
Last year one sold for under $1500 at the Cubic Dissection auction. There was also a puzzle lot on eBay that sold within the past year or two which included an angel box. I think the whole thing sold in the $2000-$3000 range.
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Swyrm » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:42 pm

Here is a video of a cool SD puzzle of 4-5 steps, the first one is quite unusual, with free 3D printed files to download!
https://youtu.be/q6MG83Svr-w

Edit: I write the all adress as I don't manage to use the fonction to put the video directly in my message

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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Crypton » Tue Oct 02, 2018 4:57 pm

[Edit: changed picture comment from Constantine(?) to Claus Bakenecker]
For those searching for a cheaper (albeit easier) alternative:
In front: Cigarr by Claus Bakenecker
In front: Cigarr by Claus Bakenecker
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It took me about 15 Min to open the box, more or less the same difficulty as the before mentioned Cannonball from Enigma (visibly above on the Labby-Box).
I've obtained my version (which differs from the pictures on the website) from http://www.cmc-puzzles.de/produkt/zigarre for 17,-€ plus shipping and handling.
Don't know whether they ship internationally.
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Kirk2000 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 10:21 pm

I see you have one of Jerry Loo's 10 piece puzzles in the background. Was it hard to assemble? I think they gave it a 9 out of 10 for difficulty.. KIRK
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Crypton » Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:36 am

Haven't tried that one yet. I'm not that good with Burrs and such kind of puzzles.
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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Swyrm » Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:20 am

I have heard the "Of mice and mazes" puzzle from Thomas Beutner is a sequential discovery. I could be interested in buying one: do you know how I can contact him/ if anybody (an IPP exchanger mainly interested in packing maybe) has one copy for sale?

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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Swyrm » Wed Jan 16, 2019 4:49 pm

Here is a video of a really nice Sequential Discovery puzzle out of aluminium, I have tried for very long to know a bit more about that Samuel Kissling but never found anything...
He made some wooden puzzle box too which are ok but this metal one is amazing:
https://youtu.be/an1pIjS8seY

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Re: Best sequential discovery puzzle?

Post by Swyrm » Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:39 pm

3rd post in a row here, sorry...
A nice new puzzle maker popped on etsy on DEDWoodCraft shop, he has made a lot of puzzle and non puzzle boxes but he also sales 2 nice SD puzzles: Blinded II (a simple but fun puzzle which is a mix of Fuller, Snake and Pachinko by Strijbos) and Where is my hammer, in which I have already found a lot (!) of simple tools but don't manage so far to open it
Craftmanship is excellent!
Have fun :)

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