Coiledspring takes on Wrebbit 3D puzzles

The latest offerings recreate world-famous structures like Big Ben and the Taj Mahal.
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Invented over 20 years ago, Wrebbits puzzles were early pioneers of the 3D jigsaw revolution and have sold over 30 million units worldwide.

The latest line-up includes the likes of Big Ben and the Taj Mahal.

With over 750 pieces, the puzzles apparently have the highest piece count on the market.

The puzzles are designed to be strong, with pieces which are thick and easy to handle and made from non-toxic polyethylene foam. 

Roger Martin, Coiledspring Games director, said: “We are thrilled to launch Wrebbit’s 3D jigsaws, adding a contemporary twist to a much-loved product we are sure these will be a great success.”

Coiledspring: 0870 446 1515


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