Pluredro has started selling the new puzzle "Pisa #2 + Cubin Burr."
"Pisa #2 + Cubin Burr" is the 10th puzzle of our products. This puzzle is comprised of two puzzles, one is "Pisa #2" and the other is "Cubin Burr".
At first, Juno was going to make boxes for "Penta Cuboid" that is selling on the online shop now. He had started making the boxes for "Penta Cuboid" at the end of 2016 but found out that "Penta Cuboid" would come apart inside "Cubin Burr" and it wasn't good. He needed to design a box that can keep its shape when the puzzle is assembled. Then, he designed a new box, the "T-groove box."
So, there are "Cubin Burr" boxes left without anything to be packed.
Juno considered and designed a new puzzle for being packed inside "Cubin Burr." It's "Pisa #2."
He designed "Pisa" in 1994 and "Pisa #2" is a new version.
Both puzzles, "Pisa #2" and "Cubin Burr," have unique solutions.
There are lots of difficult puzzles that were designed by Juno but compared with other puzzles, these puzzles are not so difficult, I think. However, they are not easy.
When I tried "Pisa #2" for the first time, I assembled 7 pieces out of 8 but the last one couldn't fit. It happened many times. I assembled 7 pieces and noticed that I failed. How vexing!
There are only 8 pieces with a simple design but it's not as easy as it looks. Maybe if you are lucky enough, you may solve it in 30 minutes or if you are not so lucky, you may need a day or more.
Juno says that he added a white line on the burr. I think this line makes the puzzle look good. This white timber is Silver Ash (It is named Ash but this tree belongs to the Citrus plant family) and the brown timber on "Cubin Burr" is Blackbean.
I hope that "Pisa #2 + Cubin Burr" will bring you a lot of fun.
"Pisa #2 + Cubin Burr" is available on our website.