<p> Considering safe-cracking as a profession? This might be just where you should start. Build your own safe with a personal lock combination, store your most precious items in the safe (jewelry or candy, your choice), and then promptly forget your combination! Follow the handy steps in the instructions to master the mix of slow knob twists and careful listening to tumbler movements that will open the lock. Will you retrieve your items, or will you have to hire a locksmith? Try it and see.</p> Rules of the safe opening: At first you should renew code lock: twist the knob safe counterclockwise (left) to one-two turns. You can now dial the code: 1 - Scroll the knob counterclockwise (left) to the first digit from 1 to 9. Stay on it. 2 - Now turn the knob clockwise (right) to the number zero. After passing zero continue to twist the handle to the right to the second code digits from 1 to 9. Stay on it. 3- Again turn the knob counterclockwise (left) to the third digit. If the combination is correct, your safe clicks and opens itself on the third digit. (Briefly rules: twist left to the first digit, then right to the second zero digit and then left of the third digit). To re-close the safe - close the door, scroll the knob counterclockwise (left) - the lock closes itself. Number of components: 179 Estimated time of assembly: 6-7 hours
Emily and her husband, Jim, have been coming to Dragoncon for many years. They like to cosplay as Sam and Rosie Gamgee, Madeye Moody and Prof. McGonagall, (Mature) Han and Leia, and 7th Dr. Who and the Tardis. Emily loves kaleidoscopes and together with her sister, Ginger, manages her family's Kaleidoscope Shop.
Like a dragon's trove, the Kaleidoscope Shop offers a brilliant array of unique treasures to dazzle the eye, astonish the soul, and stir the imagination. The heart of our hoard features a wide selection of one-of-a-kind kaleidoscope art pieces, fashioned from wood, metal and glass in forms sure to please the most acquisitive DragonCon attender. We also offer a broad array of equally unique gift items, including jewelry, sculpture, trinket boxes, reverse umbrellas, art objects, kinetic wood (UGear) models and more. Our styles appeal to all ages and cross multiple fandoms, from Steampunk to Star Wars and, of course, dragon lovers.
Our Eventeny shop is only open during Dragon Con, but you can always find us at our usual website: https://www.kaleidoscopeshop.com
Note: Free shipping for items over $100 (within USA 48 only)