Kodak launches the world’s largest puzzle
Kodak has created the “world’s largest puzzle” for the people to kill their boredom they feel these days.
According to the source, the puzzle shows 27 “wonders from around the world” when completed. The puzzle is made up of 51,300 pieces and features amazing photos captured by professional photographs.
The company’s website contains a description of this biggest puzzle. “Celebrating the heritage of Kodak and beautiful photography,” it also mentions, “Each photo was initially taken by a professional photographer, then digitally enhanced and printed in high quality. You’ll see the quality in every piece.”
According to Kodak’s website, the puzzle contains photos of the wonders including the Great Wall of China, the Colosseum, the Statue of Liberty and New York City skyline, and the Taj Mahal.
The puzzle has been divided into 27 separately packaged puzzles. When combining all of them, it becomes a giant puzzle.
Kodak says, “What a sense of accomplishment you’ll have knowing that you’ve completed one of the World’s Largest Puzzles for sale,”
The dimensions of this amazing puzzle are 28.5 ft. by 6.25 ft. when completed.
Although the puzzle is amazing, the price of the puzzle is $409.99 on Amazon. But its retail price is $599.99.
World’s largest puzzle is in high demand. The sale has begun and only 16 are remaining on Amazon.
“This is keeping me busy,” one reviewer wrote.
“Mark my words, if I somehow convince my wife that the world’s largest puzzle by @Kodak is a perfect fit for our long corridor, I’m buying it,” one person tweeted.
— 3DMN 🇲🇹 (@3dmakernoob) April 17, 2020
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