Bigjigs Toys Mini Solitaire
- This solitaire set is a timeless gift for youngsters who love puzzles.
- All the pieces stow away in a clever tray underneath the playing board that's laid with felt.
- An excellent way to develop the strategic mind!
- Made from quality responsibly sourced materials, Bigjigs Toys conform to current EU safety standards
- Ages 3 years and up. 32 play pieces.
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With its bright red playing pieces and beautifully crafted wooden case, this Mini Solitaire set is a timeless gift for youngsters. All of the pieces stow away underneath the playing board in the tray that's laid with felt. An excellent way to build the strategic mind! Made from high quality, responsibly sourced materials. Conforms to current European safety standards. Age 3+ years. Diameter: 120mm. Consists of 32 play pieces.
Founded in June 1985, Bigjigs Toys is a family operated business which has never lost sight of its roots. Our mission is to deliver quality, safe and affordable products, which are responsibly sourced and complement childhood through fun, exploration and learning. We believe that the best toys are powered by creativity and imaginative play and strive to produce toys that are cherished and enjoyed for years to come.
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1) the pegs sit quite loosely in the holes, and as a result it is virtually impossible to move the pegs without knocking out other pegs accidentally at the same time. I guess if you have very slender fingers it might be possible, but I found it virtually impossible and my very coordinated son simply couldn't manage it at all. This means even setting up the game is really difficult to do, never mind playing it.
2) additionally as the lid swivels on the base, it is a careful balancing act to have the base sufficiently open to access the pegs at the bottom, and sufficiently closed such that the gaming surface doesn't tilt over (knocking out those pesky pegs once again).
I'm really disappointed with this - it wasn't cheap and is basically unplayable.
I'd have willingly paid another pound or two for wooden pieces with a deeper insert into the holes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My dad wanted this and is what it is! Small solitaire game, good for travelling. Would recommend.Published 7 months ago by Mrs. J. Webb
You have to be carefull with it as the pegs fall out easy when playing the game.Published 8 months ago by christopher chadwick