2x27pc, 2x54pc, 2x72pc and 2x108pc - 522 pieces total
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Create a colorful out-of-this-world display or hanging mobile with our stellar “Solar System” 3D puzzle set!
With this set of 8 different 3D puzzles you can build and create the Solar System in minature. The 3D puzzles are scaled to represent the different sizes of the planets, so Saturn and Jupiter are represented as 108pc puzzles, Uranus and Neptune as 72pc, Earth and Venus as 54pc and Mars and Mercury as 27pc puzzles, totalling 522 pieces in all. Each puzzle has curved, high quality plastic pieces, which are numbered on the inside for easy assembly. Each "planet" comes with its own stand and the whole set can either sit on the colourful "Solar System poster (which includes facts about each of the planets), or be suspended by thread. The set also includes a kit which assembles into a "sun" mobile, and a fact-filled information leaflet for all budding astronomers out there! Suitable for ages 7 years and up. This puzzle uses unique plastic pieces, which slot together to build this sturdy and strong model. No glue required! Each puzzle piece is printed with a number on the reverse side, so you can either assemble the puzzle by eye, or just by following the numbers.
Scaled to approximately represent the planets’ relative sizes, this 3D “Solar System” puzzle set includes 8 planets: Mercury and Mars (27 pcs each), Earth and Venus (54 pcs each), Uranus and Neptune (72 pcs each) and Saturn and Jupiter (108 pcs each).
In addition, there are 18 accessories (planet stands, hanging cord, cardboard sun, and model moon) plus a poster and online information. Our unique plastic pieces slot together to build a sturdy and strong model; no glue required! Just follow the numbers inside or assemble by eye!
From fun family times together to long-term health benefits like stress-reducing, mindful moments, there are so many positives about puzzles. And they make thoughtful birthday or holiday gifts. Create memorable moments with Ravensburger premium puzzles today!
Fun for ages 6 and up! Planets measure from approx. 2–6 inches (5–15 cm) in diameter when completed.