Kodak has released the ‘world’s largest puzzle’ with a whopping 51,300 pieces

Since COVID-19 is here to stay for a long time, lockdowns are expected to happen periodically if cases will rise and the authorities will have to force people to stay indoors.
For such times, lots of companies have thought about designing products that can help pass time and keep yourself entertained.

So, Kodak launched a 51,300-piece puzzle that can last an entire lockdown and you won’t get bored in case you’re forced to stay indoors. It is a jigsaw puzzle that will give a bit of a headache for even the biggest puzzle fans, but it is worth the effort. T

he Kodak puzzle features 27 wonders from around the world, and each of the is comprised of 1,900 pieces. Among the images displayed by the puzzle, you can find the Great Wall of China, Machu Picchu, and the Taj Mahal. The Kodak puzzle is among the largest ones available for purchase, as it measures 6,25ft in height and 28.5ft in length.

Still, the world record for building the largest puzzle belongs to 1,600 students from the Ho Chi Minh City’s University of Economics, who managed to assemble a 551,232-piece puzzle featuring a lotus flower.

Find it HERE…

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