CubicFun National Geographic 3D Puzzle
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What We Like
- Comes with a photography booklet that helps learn about the city culture and lifestyle
- Features 128 numbered pcs made of Paper and EPS foam board that makes it easy to assemble
- Comes with a simple to use design makes it ideal for gifting
- Instructions may not be easy to understand
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,839 reviews for 67 products in the 3-D Puzzles category.
We then analyzed 225 reviews for this product. Of these, 21 reviews were recent.
Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 16% were negative.
9.21 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about CubicFun National Geographic 3D Puzzle
The puzzle is very easy to assemble and it is recommended for children 10 and up because it is very thin and you have to be very careful when popping out the pieces. I would recommend assembly for children ages 10 and up because you have to be very careful when popping out the pieces not to
When we ordered it, we were not sure what it would look like, but we were very happy when it arrived.
The product game was packaged in a nice box that had a picture book written in English, but also had the names of the Castles in Chinese, German and English.
The product is really worth it even though it was hard to connect the pieces at times, and I would recommend it to anyone considering buying it.
It is easy to do and my 8 year old would have been able to do it alone.
What is the size of the finished castle?
The build-up is 17 x 7.4 x 12.9 inches, 44 x 19 x 33 cm.
Is it possible to take it apart and put it back in the box?
We have the completed ones all over the house because my husband is entertaining himself during COVID and they fit small tabs into adjoining pieces.
Can two people work together on this?
It might be better if there were two people working on it, instead of one person doing it.
Is there more coliseums going to be built?
I have seen two others, one is the Roman one, and it appears now.
Is this a puzzle or a model?
I recommend this model to my son and husband.