As a Star Wars fan, you know that there are not many things that we haven’t been able to do yet. What I mean is, where’s the challenge? Star Wars gadgets and devices don’t usually offer a challenge, and that can be somewhat boring, don’t you think? I have managed to come across a challenge that could possibly be the toughest one yet for Star Wars fans and geeks. It’s the Star Wars nano puzzles that were recently made available.
A nano puzzle is a kind of pop-out build that requires extra attention to detail and is made out of metal. There are currently two Star Wars nano puzzles available, and they are of course our beloved R2-D2 and the Millennium Falcon. If you are a Star Wars fan these puzzles shouldn’t be too hard for you to put together, but they might put up a fight and a royal challenge just because there are some pretty small parts involved.
Included in this article is a video clip of the Millennium Falcon nano puzzle being put together and even though it might look simple and small due to the video being a time lapse, it took Hector Median between 3 and 4 hours to complete it. Once done, you will have yourself a Star Wars trophy that will certainly make good conversation material. The mere fact that you built it yourself should be enough to be proud of it.
These Star Wars puzzles are made available by Amazon and both of these puzzles costs around $20.00 and will keep you busy for a few hours for sure. However, it is advised that you have a pair of pliers and a kick ass attitude because the small parts can be a pain to get fitted. Don’t worry, just apply the mindset of a Jedi and you will be just fine. If you get stuck, leave the build for a while and come back and use the force. That should certainly change things up a bit.