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Ravensburger - Puzzle esférico (180 piezas), diseño del globo terráqueo
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- 180 Unidad Puzzleball es un puzzle esférico 3D único
- Cada pieza de plástico se forma para encajar perfectamente con el siguiente para formar una esférica
- Las piezas son numeradas en la espalda para ayudarle a completar lo
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Piezas de un rompecabezas perfectamente hecha a mano, curvas permiten un ajuste exacto y fácilmente se ensamblan juntos para formar una bola sólida, Lisa - con ninguÌ n pegamento requerido! Incluye soporte de la Base. Â Â Â Â Â
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This is only a puzzle in the sense that the pieces are shaped like puzzle pieces. They are numbered and you have to put them together in order, no deviations, or the darn thing won't stay together. Not much guesswork there.
Overall, once assembled the globe is surprisingly sturdy, but not very big, about 10 inches high. It comes with a stand that allows it to function as a globe which is nice, just don't poke too hard or the whole thing could collapse! The pieces are made of plastic and numbers are printed on the back of each piece as well as an arrow indicating where the next piece in the sequence should be attached (you would think it would be obvious, but it's not). It is not a puzzle you want to assemble over and over again so I question it's staying power in our toy collection. It is definitely for an older child with much fine motor coordination because you have to hold the partially assembled puzzle carefully and at odd angles when putting it together. Sadly, don't think I would buy another one, although this company makes many different versions of the round puzzle. Nice novelty though for a Christmas gift and got a good lightning deal in December.
So, the intact assembled globe has been residing in the playroom for awhile now, but yesterday I was cleaning and it fell to the ground, and puzzle pieces exploded everywhere. While, as I mentioned earlier, it is sturdy enough to move around, it was unable to withstand a fall to the "earth". I am now remembering what my trepidation was for keeping this puzzle and displaying it, because now there are pieces everywhere and the only way for me to be sure that all the pieces were picked up was to count each and every one of them...all one hundred and eighty of them! Cause, you know, this thing is worthless if a piece is missing! Anyway, the experience is just one to think about when considering displaying the finished product.
The pieces themselves are made out of a tough plastic, which I love. No chipping, tearing, wearing of the pieces, etc like a regular puzzle. They stay put pretty tightly (but don't get me wrong, you can still take it all apart, and it WILL come all apart if, say, your youngest decides to try and bounce it like a ball to test it out), and it is great that it has a "cheat" part to it where younger kiddos can still put it together with ease by going by the numbers on the back of the pieces.
Once they are put together, it looks great, but it is obvious that it is still a puzzle. You can't get the pieces to get an absolutely, flawlessly smooth look to it like a "real" globe, but it still looks good and the countries, etc look pretty proportional. It doubles very well as a regular kiddie globe.
I would definitely recommend this for kids of all ages. :)
But that said, this is a super creative puzzle that will amaze a 5.5 year old! The pieces of the puzzle, contrary to the stand, are of very good quality.