UGEARS 3D SAFE - MECHANICAL PUZZLE

UGE-4T0010
$59.90
UGEARS 3D SAFE - MECHANICAL PUZZLE
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Considering safe-cracking as a profession? This might be just where you should start. Build your own safe with a personal lock combination, store your most precious items in the safe (jewelry or candy, your choice), and then promptly forget your combination! Follow the handy steps in the instructions to master the mix of slow knob twists and careful listening to tumbler movements that will open the lock. Will you retrieve your items, or will you have to hire a locksmith? Try it and see.
Materials:
UGEARS models are made of natural wood and will last for years to come. They can be recycled with no harm to the environment.

Specifications:
Number of components: 179
Estimated time of assembly: 6-7 hours
Self-assembly: No glue required
Made from wood

Dimensions:
Size models in finished form: 7.7 x 7.3 x 6.9 inches
Inside space of the safe : 6.1w x 5.5h x 4.1d inches
Assembly
All parts are pre-cut and can be assembled at home, right on a dining table. All that is needed are your own two hands, model assembly instructions and patience.

Quality
All UGEARS models are made of high-quality plywood boards using precisely cut parts. A high-accuracy laser cut method is utilized to ensure quality.

Design
UGEARS kits give people what they want: the experience of real motion mechanics that they can build and bring to action by themselves.

Benefits
UGEARS models help people understand the principle of mechanics through the process of self-assembly of motion models. They also contribute to development of logical thinking, enhancing attention and concentration skills and help to improve memory.
UGEARS, a Ukraine-based company developed the concept of self-assembly wooden models in 2015. UGEARS assembly kits offer a way to experience a world of real-life tiny mechanics. The building sets are two-in-one: a puzzle and a toy. On the one hand, they are exciting to put together, while on the other, after the assembly is complete, the models evolve into the most sophisticated toys that are amusing to kids, “ Look, the train looks like a real one!”, yet engaging for adults, “Wow, check the way the mechanical drive is connected; what is its overall gear ratio?”