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Ravensburger - Jigsaw Puzzle Ball - 540 Pieces - Star Line : Constellations Map

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Technical Details
Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions21.6 x 21.6 x 21.6 cm
Item model number11205
Number of Puzzle Pieces540
Assembly RequiredNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 382,390 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
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Date First Available12 Jun 2008

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 7 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
loved it! 1 April 2009
By SuperMomBuyer - Published on
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My husband and I had soooo much putting it together! the best part is - the fun doesn't stop after the puzzle is completed! It glowed in the dark and it gives us a sense of accomplishement! We got a few more sphere puzzles and can't wait to start them!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
You make it, better not break it!! 19 Mar 2012
By Mark Twain - Published on
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Great tool for eduction of the night sky. Looks great in total darkness, has a real star feel to it. A little hard to get the last piece in but once you do it makes you feel good about putting the whole thing together.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
540 Celestial Map Glow-in-the-dark- puzzleball 23 Aug 2012
By Sandie Conway - Published on
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This is a great way to learn the constellations. It is a quite difficult puzzle (but the pieces are numbered if you get stuck) so I wouldn't use it for beginners. It's really neat to put under a light and then turn the lights off. The constellations all glow very brightly.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Missing a piece 29 Oct 2013
By Eclanschool - Published on
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I purchased this to go along with our study of astronomy this year for homeschool. We also own the globe puzzleball and enjoyed putting it together and displaying it. This Celestial PuzzleBall was missing a piece, so we haven't been able to enjoy having it put together yet.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not For The Weak at heart 20 Jan 2013
By porback - Published on
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This is without a doubt the most beautiful puzzle I have put together. It is the product of typical Ravensburger quality, with pieces that fit together precisely and have a finish which produces a professional looking product in the end. It definitely glows brightly in the dark, and looks great on the metal stand that comes with the puzzle.
However, putting it together is not for the weak at heart or unassisted youngsters under the age of at least 12 (in my opinion). I wouldn't think of approaching this puzzle without using the numbers. Just call me a cheater if you wish, but if you finish it without using the numbers, just call me. The process goes smoothly until you reach what would be the equator of the sphere. That's when get a little dicey. Pieces have a tendency to fall out, and as you place one a couple of tiers up, you may hear a plop as one from lower down falls inside of the sphere. I'm not being sarcastic when I say the last few pieces will seperate the men and women from the boys and girls. It is difficult to apply enough pressure to one of the final pieces to hold it in place without causing a few of the adjacent pieces to go tumbling down into the ball. This is where your sense of creativity takes over. The company suggests you use a pencil to gently tap the final pieces in place. When that dosen't work, maybe a screwdriver will, or maybe needle-nosed pliers, okay, bring the toolbox. I am ashamed to admit it, but I am a 67 year old ex engineer, and my puzzle ball still has two pieces that are not quite right in their placement in the puzzle. But I was so delighted to be that close that I stopped and reached for the pieces of the stand to put together and place the ball on it. Oh yes, the stand. Once you have figured out how to put it together, you realize it has to fit into those little holes at the top and bottom of the ball. Thats right, the sphere will be spring loaded into the awaiting arms of the stand. That means you will hold the ball in one hand while opening the jaws of the stand in the other hand, and join the two somewhere in mid air above the floor. Listen closely for the plop, plop, plop sound as you do this. That's all there is to it. You will now have one of the most beautiful ball puzzles I've seen, and you can be quite proud of your accomplishment.
I understand I can include a photo of my puzzle with this review, but I think not.
I highly recommend this puzzle to anyone who seriously wishes a significant challenge and is willing to accept a certain level of frustration. DO NOT give this puzzle as a present to your pre teen grand kids. That would not be nice. Otherwise it is an outstanding buy.
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