ISIS - The Most Difficult Puzzle Ever?

Posted: Dec 13 2007, 7:53am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:17am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
ISIS - The most difficult Puzzle ever?
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The Sharper Image offers a mysterious sphere that is supposed to be the most difficult puzzle ever. Each ISIS sphere is unique, with just one solution. This is a great gift for people who think they are smart. It will keep them busy during the holidays.

The ISIS orb is handcrafted in England of a premier aluminum alloy and constructed of precisely engineered moveable bands. Each band is etched with hieroglyphics; the challenge is to position those bands in the right combination to unlock the ISIS. You are given 10 encrypted clues to decipher. The alloy sphere is 2.75" in diameter and it weighs 1 lb.
If you actually crack the ISIS code you receive access to the Award Zone, where you will have the chance to win prizes like a $1,000 cash or a massage chair worth $2,000.
The ISIS sells for $199.95 on The Sharper Image.

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