16 September 2014

..::Review + Giveaway::.. Piczzle Photo Puzzle

My Review of Piczzle

Piczzle recently sent me a 48-piece jigsaw photo puzzle to review.

Piczzle's prices are marked per puzzle.  You can choose between a rectangle, heart, or round puzzle.  After you choose your shape, you can either choose a standard puzzle between 6 and 2,000 pieces or a wooden puzzle between 8 and 1,500 pieces.  I received the 48-piece standard rectangle puzzle.  This particular puzzle was priced at $21.95. 

Packaging & Presentation

When I took the box out of the mailbox, the post office smooshed the exterior box.  I was worried that my picture puzzle was going to be destroyed.  Luckily, it wasn't.  I give credit to Piczzle for excellent packaging.

As you can see, the puzzle comes in a heavy duty brown cardboard box wrapped in tight plastic.  Looking at the picture on the front, it was printed in high quality, and was placed centered on the box.  

See that label above?  The label is just Piczzle's business logo. I like it.  Here's a closeup.

My Personal Experience with Piczzle

I like puzzles, so I was pretty excited to be able to review this.  Before anything, I want to review Piczzle's website and the ordering process.

Piczzle.com was very easy to use.  Basically, you pick what kind of puzzle you want, upload your photo, and pay for it.  Even though the site is user-friendly, I can't say that I liked the design of the site.  To me, it looks like it could be better organized and more colorful.

Getting on with the puzzle itself, I ordered one with my kids on it.  I love this picture of them!
The first thing I did was unwrap the plastic and opened the box.  The pieces were inside of a Ziploc bag so they have minimal movement during shipping.

Opening the box

Next, like all other puzzles, I separated the corners, straight edges, and middle pieces (I'm sure everybody does this, right?)

Separating the pieces
Finally, I outlined the puzzle and began filling it in.

All finished!


Pros of Piczzle
  • Love, love, love the presentation.  The quality of the cover image, the box, and the shipping impressed me.
  • The website is super easy to use.  Choose, upload, pay.  That's it.
  • The puzzle pieces are sturdy, they are not flimsy like other puzzles.
  • You have the ability to choose sizes and shapes.  By doing so, you can choose the perfect gift for any age.
  • The ink quality on the puzzle did not disappoint.

Cons of Piczzle
  • I did not find one con of this product.  I liked it a 10 out of 10, 100%, A+.  I loved it.


C'mon, what's not to love here?  If you are a puzzle-lover (like I am), this is such an awesome product.  You can customize your very own puzzle.  You can give this as a gift, hoard it for yourself, buy one to frame on the wall, etc. So many options!

I give Piczzle my highest recommendation. 

Are you wanting to get your very own Piczzle?  Enter the GIVEAWAY!  

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Open to US entrants only. 
$21.95 ARV
Giveaway will end 24-9-2014 at 0000. 
No purchase necessary. 
Winners will be announced 25-9-2014. 
The winner will be emailed and given 24 hours to respond. 
If no response, the next winner will be chosen.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Natalie said...

I would love to put together a 2000 piece puzzle! I like the challenge!

Trish said...

I would choose the 500 piece so my 5yr old can do it with me.

sarah chaney said...

My daughter is just learning puzzles so the smaller the pieces the better!