Huzzle Radix Puzzle
Can you take it apart and assemble it again?
The Radix is a level 5 Hanayama puzzle known for both its monumental looks and somewhat organic styling and movement. The entire unit gives off an air of antique wisdom, the pieces joined at the base in chaotic harmony. The name comes from the mathematical term, “radical axis,” and also means root in Latin.
The innovative concept that it is, you might even be tempted to call it “radical.” The key word for this puzzle is “sprout.”
Hanayama is a Japanese toy company formed in 1972. They are best known for their "Cast" series of cast metal puzzles which include reproductions of older designs, and new puzzles by designers Oskar van Diventer and Akio Yamamoto. Hanayama rate their puzzles with a difficulty level ranging from 1 to 6. The difficulty increases as the number ascends.