Ravensburger - Accesorio para puzzle
- Ordenar and Go Clasificación Bandejas
- 6 bandejas de plástico apilables
- El uso para la clasificación y el almacenamiento de sus piezas del rompecabezas
- Lo suficientemente grande como para contener todas las piezas de un rompecabezas 1000pc
- Cada bandeja mide 19 x 19 x 2 cm
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Rompecabezas tipo & ir ordenar las bandejas son 6 bandejas apilables para clasificar y almacenar las piezas de puzzle. Suficientemente grande para contener todas las piezas de una sola pieza de 1000 puzzle, el azul bandejas en forma de puzzle pueden ser ligadas o apiladas, lo que prefiere. Cada bandeja mide aproximadamente 19 x 19 x 2 cm y está fabricada en plástico de alta calidad. La pila de bandejas dentro de la caja, así que usted puede almacenar sus piezas del puzzle, así si lo prefieres. Estas bandejas durará por años así que olvidar sobre el uso de tinas de la margarina o el cuadro de base para el almacenamiento de las piezas del rompecabezas - probar estas en su lugar.
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Puedes clasificar las piezas por colores y forma ocupando muy poco espacio.
imprescindible para los que nos gustan los puzles complejos y de mas de 1500 piezas.
Se puede guardar fácilmente apilando los cubículos y ocupando muy poco espacio.
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It's a nice idea, but the product does have some flaws that make it less than ideal for storing puzzle pieces.
The main drawback I find is that the trays are too shallow. I mainly work on 500 piece jigsaw puzzles, so had thought I'd be fine with this product (which is said to be for up to 1,000 piece puzzles). However, what I found was that the trays are shallow and the pieces kept spilling over the edges. Also, when the pieces got to near filling the trays, the trays didn't stack neatly and seemed a little wobbly.
Of course, this problem all depends on how you divide your puzzle pieces. In the most recent jigsaw I have been working on, I split the pieces into sky, cat, trees/grass, buildings, and miscellaneous. All the trays were full almost to overflowing and did not stack easily. The cat pieces were so many that I had to spread them between two of the trays - one for the main body, and the other tray for the "outline".
The trays themselves seem fairly sturdy, and are quite cute. I liked the puzzle shaped design of the trays. They are quite large, and if you don't use all six trays for storing puzzle pieces, you can always use one of the trays to assemble small parts of your jigsaw and save them out of the way until they can be fitted into the main puzzle.
As long as the trays are not too full, they stack quite well. But it is a bit of a pain if the tray you need is at the bottom of the stack - you'll have to unstack all the other trays first before you can get to it.
There are no lids for the trays, so you'll need to take care when unstacking the trays. One particular problem I have is that whilst I can work around there not being a lid for each of the trays, I'd at least have liked a lid for the topmost tray. Otherwise, it's all too easy to knock everything over - especially when the trays are nearly overflowing.
Whilst the trays do stack nicely together, they don't really lock. When I'm not using them, I carefully stack the trays (with puzzle pieces) inside the packaging that they came in. Then I put the packaging lid on so that everything is secure. This works to keep everything neat and organized, and mains the trays can easily be moved without risk of them falling over or anything. But if the trays are slightly too full, they don't stack snugly and then the box lid of the packaging won't fit on neatly.
I'd really have liked some sort of lid, and maybe even some way to "lock" the trays together so that they remain as one whole unit and can be safely moved around.
This probably doesn't offer enough to be worth buying, but it would make an excellent gift. I'd have been a little happier with my purchase if it had cost $9.99, but $14.99 is a bit too much.
There is no cure for that. My husband and I love to do puzzles. We've been on a six year hiatus due to the above!
At long last I can use these puzzle sorters to keep my new puzzle out of harms way. I love the stacked sorters for
that very reason. Many thanks to the designer!!!!
The 750 piece puzzle I used the trays right from the start. I sorted all the edge pieces into one tray and then by color the rest. You couldn't have a single layer, but the trays did contain all the pieces and still stacked when I was not working on the puzzle. I really was able to work out of each tray quite easily.
The final reason I really like these trays is that they stack on top of one another and can even store with the pieces in the box if I needed to. I have a cat. The 1000 piece puzzle half ended on the floor one evening due to the cat jumping on the table and knocking it all over. I lost several pieces for about 3-4 days before I eventually found them all. That is when I purchased this. For this reason alone, I really recommend these trays.
Cons are pretty simple. They could be a smidgen bigger. Also, while the puzzle shape looks nice, the little indents on the sides really cut into usable space. However, I don't think I've seen anything else out there that would work as nicely as these do for me.
While a lid would be nice, these trays stack up easily into the box they came in for good storage. They stack in a very stable manner so I frequently stacked them while working on the puzzle.
The fact that they are shaped like puzzle pieces is an adorable bonus. I believe my puzzle would have been less enjoyable without them.