😁 Folkmanis FA116-1 Coggy Logic Toy

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Folding and clicking puzzle of arranging gears to match challenge cards
Encourages visual-spatial skills, critical thinking and logic
Get your mental gears spinning faster with each challenge

Description

Coggy – Get Your Mental Gears Spinning!

Get your mental gears spinning with this bending, clicking, fidgety brainteaser!

Pick a challenge card then bend, rotate and shape Coggy’s 16 gears to match the image.  The challenge cards come in four levels of difficulty – Easy, Medium, Hard and Extra-Hard.  Flip Coggy over to reveal the black and white cogs for an extra challenge.

Coggy –

  • A folding, clicking puzzle of arranging gears to match challenge cards
  • Encourages visual-spatial skills, fine motor skills, critical thinking and logic
  • Four levels of difficulty to work through – Easy, Medium, Hard and Extra-Hard
  • Feel the gears click as they fall perfectly into place – Coggy doubles up as a great fidget toy!
  • Two ways to play – One side features colour gears, other side features black and white
  • 4 levels of difficulty – Easy, Medium, Hard and Extra Hard
  • Make a great travel toy – no small pieces to lose
  • High quality design and materials for lasting durability

Coggy Contains – Coggy Chain of Gears (Approximately 14 inches long), 40 Challenge Cards, detailed instructions.  Recommended for ages 6 years and upwards.

Not recommended for children aged under 3 years old – small parts may represent a choking hazard

Folding and clicking puzzle of arranging gears to match challenge cards
Encourages visual-spatial skills, critical thinking and logic
Get your mental gears spinning faster with each challenge
Zig-zag and coil the connected collection of 16 colourful gears to match each challenge card image
Feel the gears click as they fall perfectly into place and doubles as a great fidget toy

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