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Kodak Unveils 51,300-Piece Jigsaw Puzzle to Keep You Busy During Quarantine

Mark Andrew

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  • Kodak has released a massive jigsaw puzzle with 51,300 pieces.
  • Dubbed the “world’s largest puzzle,” the product has a price tag of $600 but is currently sold online for $400.
  • The puzzle is made up of 27 different images of famous attractions and landmarks across the world such as the Great Wall of China, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and many others.


With the coronavirus pandemic forcing all of us to stay home, now seems the perfect time to try out certain indoor activities such as exercising and learning a new hobby, for instance.


Well if you’re looking for something that will keep you consistently busy for days, we’ve got one recommendation: Kodak’s new jigsaw puzzle – which is composed of 51,300 pieces!


Yes, folks, you definitely read that right. This jigsaw puzzle has 51,300 pieces!

The company, mainly known for its camera-related products, has just released a massive jigsaw puzzle that should help you fight boredom while staying at home.

The completed puzzle measures 6.25 feet in height and 28.5 feet in length so you can just imagine how huge it is.


The jigsaw puzzle is “divided into 27 sections” with each one featuring popular wonders across the world such as Brazil’s Christ the Redeemer, China’s Great Wall, Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza, France’s Eiffel Tower, and India’s Taj Mahal, among many others.


While the box claims this product is the “world’s largest puzzle”, that will only be accurate for puzzles that are available for buyers to purchase. Otherwise, the title belongs TO ho Chi Minh City University of Economics students who created a gigantic puzzle composed of 551,232 pieces – which is, obviously, 10 times larger than Kodak’s.

Just look at the size of that thing!

Suggested retail price for the Kodak puzzle is at $600 although it currently sells online for $400.


All things considered, this should make a fun personal or family project while we’re locked at home in quarantine.

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