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An outstanding piece of wooden mastercraft. A joy to assemble that sits prominently on our mantle. Highly recommend if you're bored.
The clock puzzle was easy to put together and it took me a few hours. It is delicate and I think if I bought it as a gift for someone I would glue it together. The pieces were laser cut to perfection and well marked as were the instructions. As you can see the clock is beautiful.
Bought this as a gift for someone at Christmas, they loved it- all of the pieces were intact, in one piece, instructions were relatively clear, and once it was together, the clock actually worked as well- everything fit the way it was supposed, good quality- would buy again :)
I love puzzles and assembly. This is my first purchase of this "set". I was hoping it would be a project that took a few days. I assembled it on the sofa while watching TV in less than 30 minutes. All pieces were present, all pieces were numbered (on one side of the board.) it is pretty and looks like the picture, but I don't think the quality of wood is enough for me to consider gifting it assembled. I believe the cost is too high for the item and will not be purchasing more of this series. I am still giving 5 stars as it is as described.
I built this with my father. The project was very enjoyable. I read the instructions while he found the pieces and assembled the clock. It took 3 1/2 hours to complete and looks beautiful. The pieces are cut precisely. You need to be firm when you are applying a new piece, but force is your enemy here. I am glad to report we didn't break or misplace any pieces. The clock face is dark and hard to read, so I produced a lighter dial (marble pattern )using Photoshop. As we were assembling the clock movement, we used a glue stick to hold the printed dial on the clock's original dial while we assembled it.
I love clocks. This one was fun. No glue or tools necessary. This probably isn't for younger kids because the sheets of wood are thin and could easily break in the wrong place. The pieces are snug. Some of them require a good deal of hand strength to snap together. Doing that without breaking any of the pieces takes some decent fine motor skills. The finished clock stands squarely on the table, no rocking. It won't shake apart and none of the pieces are loose. The clock face rotates to lock in place. To change the battery, the round part rotates smoothly back out and in again. All the little decorative flourishes make this a nice display piece. We will put it on the mantle.Time to completion for me and my 14-year-old was just under an hour. This was a really great birthday gift.
This creates a beautiful and working clock. I bought this as a gift for my husband for Christmas. He really enjoyed putting it together.
It pays to take your time putting together the clock puzzle. An X-acto knife helps you carefully separate the pieces. And a piece of white candle is handy for lubricating the piece edges before sliding them together. Fun way to spend an afternoon.