The most popular in this category being the Hanayama metal puzzles in various difficulties, these metal and wire brainteasers are sure to be a hit for the puzzle enthusiast that enjoys a different kind of puzzle challenge.
Use the filters to the left or simply scroll down to begin viewing all pages.
This Hanayama Level 4 Cast Puzzle - Ring, introduced to us by Nob Yoshigahara, is based on an original design called the "Puzzle Ring. Popular in 15th century Europe, it was actually used as an o ... Read More »
The two entagled pieces are exactly the same in shape and very simple. They look like hooks used to hang things. The pieces can be separated and connected, in a fascinating and magical series of movem ... Read More »
Puzzle expert Akio Yamamoto brought us this Hanayama Level 5 Cast Puzzle - Amour masterpiece by joining two separate yet linked loops to create this challenge. Remove "Adam" and "Eve&qu ... Read More »
In the summer of 1997, I saw two mackerels that had somehow managed to get into the sardine tank at the aquarium. Watching these two fish unable to blend in with the shoal of sardines made me wonder i ... Read More »
Two ancient looking medals engraved with a flowing river and a swimming salmon. Will you be able to retrieve the ring the salmon holds in its mouth? This puzzle was designed by British puzzle creator, ... Read More »
"In the summer of 1997, I saw two mackerels that had somehow managed to get into the sardine tank at the aquarium. Watching these two fish unable to blend in with the shoal of sardines made me wo ... Read More »
How the crab caught a ring in its claw in this Hanayama Level 2 Cast Puzzle is beyond explanation; but inventor Akio Yamamoto did design a solution to make it let go. Discover the escape valves to sne ... Read More »
Created by Serhiy Grabarchuk, a famous Ukrainian puzzler designer who lives in Uzhgorod, the original drawing of this Hanayama Level 4 Cast Puzzle - Coaster looked like a strange adornment weaved into ... Read More »
The five brightly - polished points of this starfish in the Hanayama Level 2 Cast Puzzle look like unlikely escape routes for the attached ring. Akio Yamamoto of Japan designed this marine mystery. An ... Read More »
Disassemble and Reassemble the two Puzzle parts,that is the objective of this singular metal puzzle. A word from the designer: "I came up with the idea for this puzzle when I was 19 years old. It ... Read More »
This puzzle, utilizing equipment used in the sport of cricket, can be traced back to a puzzle patented in England back in 1898. The world's only remaining original version of this puzzle is part o ... Read More »
At the end of the 19th century, Britain experienced a huge puzzle craze. I managed to pick a number of the puzzles famous during that period in flea markets, despite their rarity. Based on a puzzle th ... Read More »
Two keys appear to be permanently linked and, no matter how you look at it, there is seemingly no solution to unlocking them. However, as a highly popular puzzle since its creation during the 19th cen ... Read More »
Jerry Slocum has one of the world's largest puzzle collections. Housed and honored in a museum in Beverly Hills, his collection includes over twenty thousand different types of puzzles. It was the ... Read More »
Free shipping for orders over $75 via FedEx SmartPost
7.99 Flat rate shipping for FedEx SmartPost
Free shipping and flat rate offers for US only but excludes HI and AK.
Need to return or exchange a puzzle? It's easy. Simply call us at 866-539-4278 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Return Authorization Number, and we will send you a prepaid return label for the item.
Items returned within 30 days of receipt are eligible for a refund.
Member of our free Rewards Club have access to returns for store credit for 365 days. Learn more here.
Refunds are processed within 24 hours of receiving your return, and will be minus original shipping charges.
We only accept Like New, Unopened (in the original shrink-wrap) returns with postage paid. Puzzle Warehouse will glady pay for a return label to have any item shipped back to us. Should you decide to return the puzzles on your own, shipping charges are non-refundable.
If you return an item without a return authorization (RMA) number on the outside of the returned box you may not receive credit.
Damaged/Defective items: Manufacturer defect returns will be referred to the manufacturer, but we are happy to help provide contact information. Items damaged during shipping and/or missing items will be replaced by Puzzle Warehouse.
Undeliverable packages: Any package returned as undeliverable to Puzzle Warehouse will be refunded less shipping costs to original method of payment.