« Bohning Blazer Vane (Pack of 100), White Sportly Table Tennis Accessories – Spintermediate Ping Pong Paddles – Light, Fast Competition Racket with Excellent Spin and Control – Ideal for Intermediate or Advanced Beginner Looking for Increased Performance and Speed – Single » 3 thoughts on “Soft Cans Panoramic Puzzle – 2000 Piece” 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful Fun Puzzle, January 11, 2010 By Wren – This review is from: Soft Cans Panoramic Puzzle – 2000 Piece (Toy) This is one of my favorite puzzles. It’s 2000 pieces and is a bit of a challenge. Make sure you have adequate room before starting it. I started putting it together on my coffee table, which is a rather long table, only to find out that I needed more room. I ended up stacking up some books and overlapping a piece of cardboard on the table to “extend” the table a bit. It worked, but we were carefully walking around the table for a few days. The dimensions listed in the product description are the dimensions of the box, and not the actual finished puzzle. If I remember correctly, the dimensions are closer to 20 inches wide by 42 inches long. I hadn’t heard of several of them, but it was still interesting to see the cans of various drinks. Overall, this was a fun puzzle. I’m considering using puzzle saver and hanging it somewhere in my house because it’s such an interesting piece. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful More Soda Than You Can Shake a Stick At, January 19, 2009 By Michael Drotar – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Soft Cans Panoramic Puzzle – 2000 Piece (Toy) It seems like jigsaw puzzles are a dying breed these days, but I still enjoy them from time to time. This panoramic puzzle was huge — I had difficulty finding a table in my house that could fit it, so make sure you check that before buying. Otherwise, this was alot of fun. There were a few familiar brands in the puzzle — V8, Sprite, Gatorade — but most were things I’d never seen before. What I really liked about this puzzle, and the reason I bought it, was that it’s easy and fun to create the cans. There aren’t any real “black spots” where every piece just looks exactly the same and you’re randomly trying them until you get something that fits… most any piece can be looked at. Even the wooden shelves vary slightly in color and the grain of the wood so that you have some help in lining things up. If you can manage to finish the puzzle without losing any pieces (we didn’t), it comes up with glue so that you can basically turn it into a picture and keep it forever. This wasn’t something we tried, but I thought it was a nice touch that I haven’t seen in a puzzle before. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful Fun and Challenging, January 5, 2011 By Z. Mazza (Glens Falls, NY United States) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Soft Cans Panoramic Puzzle – 2000 Piece (Toy) Every year in January I do a puzzle (there isn’t much else to do). So I’m usually pretty slective when buying something new. I actually came across this puzzle on Educa’s website looking at information about their “Worlds Largest Jigsaw Puzzle” (at 24,000 pieces it was too much for me). So as I broused around I found the Soft Cans puzzle. The bright colors and details caught my attention. I usually do landscape or scene puzzles and wanted to try something new. Based on the box you’d think this puzzle is easy (and over all it really is) but there are a few very challenging aspects to it. The shelfs were the first things I assmebled. This took hours of sorting and trial and error. Though each shelf varys slightly in detail and piece alignment so it speeds up as you go along. After the shelfs were assembled it really is a cake walk. you can pull any random piece from the box and quickly find it’s location in the puzzle (this is often very difficult in large landscape or scene puzzles). It was very fun and I can’t wait to put it together with my kids in the future. I gave it four stars because some of the pieces had the cardboard slightly splitting on the ends, also each piece is the same general typical “puzzle piece” shape. It makes it challenging, but I think takes a little fun away that unusually shaped pieces give a puzzle. While it’s a fun puzzle, it is by no means the best 2,000 piece I’ve assembled. Last January I did Buffalo Games “Time Square 2000 piece” puzzle and thought it was much better overall. A must have for any puzzle lover. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.