Solving The JAPANESE BINARY Puzzle Box!! - 32 Moves!

  • Published on: 13 March 2019
  • Today I'm going to attempt to solve this Japanese Binary Puzzle Box made by the Karakuri Creation Group. This Box requires 32 specific moves in order to unlock. Enjoy!

    Lubor's Lens:
    Binary Puzzle Box:

    1000's of PUZZLES Available here:





    Chris Ramsay
    CP 50011 BP. Galeries Des Monts
    St-Sauveur, PQ
    J0R 1R0

    #Puzzle #ChrisRamsay
  • Runtime : 17:15
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  • Chris Ramsay
    Chris Ramsay   2 months ago

    If you want to show some love to Obi... :)

  • maple scott
    maple scott   1 days ago

    All your doing is counting up in binary

  • Poppy Lin
    Poppy Lin   2 days ago

    Why all the puzzle boxes so expensive😩😩

  • Vel
    Vel   2 days ago

    Sometimes your knowings in before are just too obvious once you start to solve totally different than you usually do -.-

  • chase wilcox
    chase wilcox   3 days ago

    In one of your openings could you show and tell us about your tattoos?

  • Domino Durham
    Domino Durham   4 days ago

    Pen was distorted before card was placed over it, he was holding it with his fingers the exact place it was distorted at the beginning of video.

  • Lotam K Yimchunger
    Lotam K Yimchunger   5 days ago

    I love ur new intro style... It's like a bonus to enjy.. Good job.. Loved ur dog.. N love ur accent.. N voice.

  • Sean Moore
    Sean Moore   5 days ago

    I want to see the start of the puzzle solving, ad, I just see Trump being retarded

  • U WOT M8
    U WOT M8   5 days ago

    Fuck obi... is a good cook.

  • emmanuel lord
    emmanuel lord   5 days ago

    Proud to see a canadian have so much succes over here....C'est Malade!! Its kind of nice to discover u just now!! Its.completly addicting!

  • NinjaOfComedy001
    NinjaOfComedy001   6 days ago

    Have you noticed the faces he moved are actually the some of each Base 2 binary code? First face 1 = 1, Second face 2 = 2, Third face 1 + 3 = 4. There's the pattern, binary system 000000 to 100000.

  • Jessica Campbell
    Jessica Campbell   6 days ago

    Im not sure if you keep all the puzzles but if you do you should put a note in them saying the date you do and how long it took

  • Joe Fisher
    Joe Fisher   1 weeks ago

    Stickers weren’t cheating, they just saved an hour of time.

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    eLi FILMS   1 weeks ago

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  • Amanda Hepner
    Amanda Hepner   1 weeks ago

    I love how I am screaming at you to "put the two back" or "move that one" even though you can't hear me. I get frustrated that I can't help you when I get the pattern down before you.

  • gravilo pricip
    gravilo pricip   1 weeks ago

    It’s not a binary puzzle (There’s 73 genders)

  • Slowburn
    Slowburn   1 weeks ago

    Wouldn't using stickers be the same as getting tools from your kitchen to solve a puzzle??

  • Slowburn
    Slowburn   1 weeks ago

    I don't think Chris knew what binary means, but the error in his definition of binary actually helped him more than the real definition would have.

  • sapphire dicson
    sapphire dicson   1 weeks ago

    I believe the lense used at the beginning of the video is made of a gem called TV stone, it's fibers only accumulate in a certain direction. When sliced thin enough you can see through it but only when its viewed parallel to the fibers. I could be wrong though.

  • Ohlsson
    Ohlsson   1 weeks ago

    I think it’s hilarious that it’s a binary box, since I’m nonbinary ... Aaaand I have a really bad sense of humor... aaand I really need sleep 🤭😂

  • Sheryl Napier
    Sheryl Napier   1 weeks ago

    Geez louise!!! Is your kitchen that clean all the time??!?!?!

  • Ellen G.
    Ellen G.   1 weeks ago

    You: I'm going to see how fast I can do this...Does not start the timerPam: I have no intention in timing him. This isn't even a stopwatch. It's a digital thermometer.

  • Sailio
    Sailio   1 weeks ago

    the first trick is how computer monitors work... just backwards

  • Peter Kelley
    Peter Kelley   1 weeks ago

    If you understood that then you ought be able to understand the 6 bottles.

  • B Bui
    B Bui   1 weeks ago

    I'm hitting pause at 5:08 and hope as I watch the rest of the video my theory is correct. Each side once labeled 1-6 represents a position in the binary string of digits. Each is assigned their value 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32. Sliding the face is the on position and returning back to neutral is off position. Then we make a series of moves where we count up in binary by sliding faces on and off. First move is 1=000001 (face 1 in the on position) Second move is 2=000010 (face 2 is on and face 1 is off) Third move is 3=000011 (face 1 and 2 are on) Fourth move is 4=000100 (third face is on) etc.Don't comment, this is me taking a stab at what I would do to solve the puzzle. I'll watch the rest of the video and find out.

  • Worm
    Worm   1 weeks ago

    there was different tones of wood in the centre of each face. 8 bits to a byte (a collection of 8 zeroes and ones "0000 0000") a nibble is half a byte, or 4 bits (0000)reading each face as a byte in the early stages holds up but the wood finish is a bit hard to make out in the video.. this might save you on stickers next time you open this one1 = 0001 if you consider decimal.. 0.9 + 0.1 becomes 1.0.. 2 = 0010 but what if 1.0 came after 0.1?3 = 00114 = 0100 0.1 + 0.1 is now 1.05 = 01016 = 0111

  • Ciara Is Zer0
    Ciara Is Zer0   1 weeks ago

    Who else is watching this instead of the tati x james drama?