# Jailbreak from Siebenstein-Spiele – Solution

Hello and welcome to Puzzle Master. This is the puzzle guy and in this
video I will show you how to solve this beautiful Jailbreak puzzle
created by Siebensteinspiele. As you can see, the
puzzle is made of wood, acrylic and metal and the object of
the puzzle is to remove the ring. Difficulty level of Jailbreak
puzzle is nine out of ten, so it’s a very difficult puzzle.
If you take a closer look, you will find that on one side of
the puzzle there is a set of balls and going from left to the right. If you like the Jailbreak
puzzle and you want to buy it, go to puzzlemaster.ca. And now I
will show you how to solve the Jailbreak puzzle and later I will
explain to you how it happens. So the solution is known from some other
puzzle. And it is (inaudible), you have to spin it. I prefer to do it with the
bit easier to solve it. We can spin it two or three times. Next what you have to do is to grab the pin – the middle one and push it up. When you can do it, it means
that the puzzle is solved. That’s it. As you can see now I can remove the
ring. And now I will show you how the locking mechanism works.
First, it has two parts, the set of metal balls and the small
transparent acrylic beam that is blocking the way of the metal pin. So to be able to take the ring out, we have to move the acrylic bean from
the middle of the puzzle to the right. But if we tried to do it by…
just by tilting the puzzle, that’s where the set of balls
blocking the way of acrylic beam. And this is not the solution. And the real solution is when we spin it, the centrifugal force moves the
balls away from the acrylic beam. And that’s when the acrylic beam
is able to move to the right. And we can free the ring.
Very interesting and clever solution in this puzzle. If you like the Jailbreak puzzle and
you want to try some other great puzzles created by Siebensteinspiele, go to puzzlemaster.ca. See you next time.

## One thought on “Jailbreak from Siebenstein-Spiele – Solution”

1. Karm Khan says:

Hi. I am interested in a puzzle set for a 7 year old…any suggestions from your website. I am in toronto.