CubicFun 3D Puzzles for Adults Newyork Cityline Architecture Building Model Kits
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What We Like
- The 3D puzzle set makes a wonderful souvenir and birthday gift choice
- Helps explore history while constructing and stay focused during art of hand-making
- Adorable and detailed design makes it an ideal display piece for home and office
- Some parts may not fit easily
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,839 reviews for 67 products in the 3-D Puzzles category.
We then analyzed 169 reviews for this product. Of these, 12 reviews were recent.
Around 93% of reviews were positive and about 6% were negative.
9.60 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about CubicFun 3D Puzzles for Adults Newyork Cityline Architecture Building Model Kits
The toys I bought for my son are very well made, easy to play, and accurate, and are perfect for parents and children to complete together.
I used this with a 9 year old child who is very critical of himself and can become angry and frustrated and it was fun to do together as we needed to work together.
The directions are good, but there are no duplicate pieces of important pieces so you have to be very careful when putting together.
This is the first time I have tried something like this and I am very pleased. The assembly is very complex and it is easy to follow the instructions.
This is a very good 3D- puzzle for kids to start on and will help them understand how to make more complicated puzzles.
I want to know the dimensions of the box for the statue of liberty, and if it will fit in my suitcase.
The NYC Cityline style packaging is 11.73" L x 8.58" W x 2.36" H/30 x 21.8 x 6 cm, not including the Amazon shipping box.
Is this a one and done, or can it be taken apart to store and redo later?
It's not recommended to take apart the one-time assembly 3d puzzle model, as it may demage pieces and hard to put together again without a clear number.
Is it possible to separate and cut out buildings without ruining them?
It is possible to have a building on its own if you make each building separate and place them into a base.
Where is it made?
The product is great, but it is hard to remove a piece from the sheets with the tool they give you.
What is the difficulty level of this?
My grand daughter and I did a puzzle together as a family.