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Recommended for ages 12+ years

500 pieces      Size: approx. 13 x 10 inches

Eighties – Better In My Day Jigsaw Puzzle, from Boxer Gifts


Are the 1980s your favorite decade? This colorful, 80s-themed, 500-piece jigsaw puzzle gives you the chance to mullet over! Featuring a design packed full of images sure to make any Eighties fanatic feel nostalgic. Connect the pieces to see iconic 80s favorites—from Freddie Mercury to Space Invaders—come together to create a fun, retro-themed, poster-style image! Presented in a premium, unique cylindrical gift box, this jigsaw makes the perfect gift for men and women wanting a throwback to their childhood!
  • Crazy Eighties – This 500-piece themed jigsaw is filled with culture, music and TV icons—from Michael Jackson to Pacman, legwarmers to mullets. This colorful jigsaw puzzle is made for anyone who is obsessed with this legendary decade!
  • Great for gifting – Packed full of nostalgic pictures, this puzzle makes the perfect gift for both men and women wishing to bring up some memories of the Eighties!
  • Unique packaging – This 500-piece jigsaw comes in a unique, colorful and high quality cylindrical gift box, making it a great contribution to any jigsaw collection!
  • Bright design – Complete with a premium quality printed image, this jigsaw could be framed once completed to make a bright and retro poster-style addition to any home!
  • Boxer Gifts makes jigsaw puzzles that celebrate four different decades—Sixties, Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. Each is available separately. Collect all four!
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