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What We Like
- Comes in a DIY kit that requires hands-on work to complete
- Equipped with easy to remove pieces from the sheet of plywood
- Exquisite external packing makes it ideal for gifting purposes
- Hard to assemble without instructions
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,839 reviews for 67 products in the 3-D Puzzles category.
We analyzed a total of 241 reviews for this product. Of these, 13 reviews were recent.
Around 76% of reviews were positive and about 19% were negative.
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What buyers say about ROBOTIME 3D Puzzle Brain Teaser Games Wooden Laser-Cut Air Vehicle Kits
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He found a full step-by-step start-to-finish video online that helped him walk through it when he put together theMarble Parkour set.
This is a video that you can play on your phone, tablet, or computer, and it's very easy to set up and watch at any time of the day or night.
This is the first time that I have had trouble with the assembly, and it was smooth sailing after I snapped the halves together.
It took us 3 hours to remove all the pieces without splintering, and the quality was great. I really recommend this for kids and adults alike for a gift/ fun activity to do.
Does this actually wind up and go?
It works great as long as you follow instructions and enjoy the build.
Does it make the train choo choo sound?
There is no sound on the train.
Is there any tools you need to build this?
I used nail files to sand surfaces. I used nail files to mildly sand surfaces.
What is the average assembly time?
It took me about 6 to 7 hours to complete.
I love trains and mechanics, but why is this directed at men?
I'm a female with a Masters in Engineering and trains and building aren't just for boys.