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Kodak Releases A Giant 51,300-Piece Puzzle That Should Keep You Occupied During The Quarantine

Published 1 month ago

Puzzles are a great way to spend some time while your stuck in quarantine but even the most difficult ones can only last you for so long. But that’s where Kodak steps in. The company recently released a puzzle consisting of a whopping 51,300 pieces and it should keep even the most experienced puzzle builders occupied for the remainder of the quarantine.

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Kodak recently released a puzzle consisting of a whopping 51,300 pieces

Image credits: Kodak

Kodak’s gigantic new puzzle is one of the largest commercially available jigsaw puzzles at the time. This beast measures 6.25 ft (1.9 meters) in height and 28.5 ft (8.6 meters) in length. Not only that – it weighs a hefty 40 pounds (18.5 kg).

The puzzle features 27 wonders from all over the world with each one of them consisting of 1,900 pieces

Image credits: Kodak

The puzzle consists of 27 different sections, each one of which features a different wonder from all over the world. Each of the sections consists of 1,900 pieces and comes in a separate bag. However, this doesn’t these are 27 separate puzzles – each of them can be connected into one giant puzzle.

Some of the wonders include the Great Wall of China, the Eiffel Tower, and the Roman Colosseum

Image credits: Kodak

This giant puzzle should take you between 16 and 21 days to finish

Image credits: Kodak

Some of the wonders include the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China, Tower Bridge and Taj Mahal.

Kodak’s puzzle might be the largest “commercially available” puzzle out there but there are even bigger ones out there, like the 52,110-piece animal collage by Martin Puzzle and the 54,000-piece puzzle of a library by Grafika. Previously, the title of largest commercially available puzzle was held by Educa Borras’ puzzle titled Around The World that consisted of 42,000 pieces.

The puzzle measures 6.25 ft (1.9m) in height and 28.5 ft (8.6m) in length

Image credits: Serious Puzzles

And while Kodak’s puzzle may be one of the largest commercially available puzzles, the title of most pieces in a jigsaw puzzle belongs to the students of Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics who put together a puzzle of a lotus flower consisting of 551,232 pieces. It measured at 48 ft 8.64 in by 76 ft 1.38 in (14.6 by 23.2 meters) and took up a whole sports hall.

The title of “Most pieces in a jigsaw puzzle” belongs to the students of Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics

Image credits: Guinness World Records

While many of the online reviews of the puzzle are positive, others are saying that simply including 27 different puzzles and connecting them with a black outline is pretty lazy of Kodak.

The puzzle will set you back between $400 and $600 and will take you 16 to 21 days to finish – if you’re building it non-stop, of course.

See the previous largest puzzle being built in the video below

Image credits: Andre F

Here’s what people had to say about this giant puzzle













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