I do enjoy a jigsaw puzzle and so I was very happy to get a Jigsaw from Puzzle Crazy for review.

When I lived at home there was always a jigsaw on the go on the dining room table and I remember my granddads sister always had jigsaw puzzle that she was doing on a table in her hall.

Gone are the days of the boring old chocolate box type pictures that I remember as a child and Puzzle Crazy have some very nice puzzles.

Puzzle Crazy jigsaw puzzle categories

This is a company that was born during the lockdown and it has gone from strength to strength and they have sold jigsaw puzzles to people in 15 countries!

The designs are by various artists and if you purchase a puzzle the artist gets a payment for the use of their design!

You can even choose a personalised jigsaw and that could be a photo or a scan of your or your child’s artwork and the photo can even be a collage.

I have to admit that I was surprised at the prices, but admittedly I have only purchased jigsaws from Charity shops.

Jigsaw crazy price list

Prices start at £18.50 for their 35 piece puzzle and go up to £44.50 for the 1000 piece jigsaw on the Puzzle Crazy website.

Having said that, the jigsaw is a really nice quality, the pieces have a nice thickness and aren’t all thin and bendy and they have been cut nicely.

I have had jigsaws in the past with very flimsy pieces and where the cutting wasn’t very good and you could see slight tears where the pieces had come apart and that is definitely not the case here!

Jigsaws are a great distraction and can have a very therapeutic effect, it just draws your focus away from whatever and you get lost in the puzzle.

All Puzzle Crazy Puzzles are made and printed in the UK.

If you are an Artist who would like their work featured on Puzzle Crazy, please contact olly@puzzlecrazy.co.uk


By Zechariah Richardson

Over 50, disabled, husband, father and gramps who reviews products and writes blog posts about his life, beekeeping, gardening and whatever pops into his brain!

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