Bring this replica of the iconic double-decker London bus to life! Consisting of 261 interlocking pieces, the completed 3D puzzle has moving parts, like rotating wheels and openings in the top of the bus that turn the puzzle into a fun desktop accessory.
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Americans love to piece together jigsaw puzzles. In fact, Ravensburger (the world leader in jigsaw puzzles) sells seven puzzles per minute in North America alone. This January, Ravensburger shines a light on National Puzzle Month with the release of their 2020 puzzle lines. The adult and children’s lines feature a wide variety of new images, from Disney classics to mobile 3D structures to new Escape Room challenges. Throughout January, Ravensburger will also offer 20% off all jigsaw puzzles and 10% off custom photo puzzles at Ravensburger.us.
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National Puzzle Day – January 29th
Ravensburger, based in Germany, has been making high-quality puzzles since 1964 and has been a world leader in puzzles for over 55 years. According to a recent study, nearly half (48 percent) of all Americans enjoy piecing together a jigsaw puzzle at least once a year, with relaxation, stress relief and just plain fun cited as the top reasons for puzzling. Of that 48 percent, 7 in 10 consider puzzling to be a family tradition.
This year alone, Ravensburger will release 130 new puzzles in North American (more than 300 worldwide) that range from iconic scenes suitable for framing to charming 3D puzzles that double as a toy or centerpiece. For those up for a challenge – Ravensburger also makes some of the world’s biggest puzzles – clocking in at 40,320 pieces and estimated to take an entire year to complete (puzzling 11 hours each week).