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Sudoku 2016

Here are some of 2016's best gifts for a Sudoku-mad friend or relative! 2016 calendars, diaries and books plus some fun Sudoku gift ideas.

2016 is a leap year so you will get 366 Sudokus to keep you puzzling every day of the year.

Times Sudoku Calendar 2016

The Times Sudoku Block Calendar 2016
Sudoku took the world by storm and now you can enjoy it every single day of the new year!

The Times Sudoku 2016 daily desk calendar has a new Sudoku challenge each day to keep you occupied, along with space for you to write down your appointments for the upcoming year.

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Nikoli Original Sudoku Calendar 2016
For Sudoku lovers, it doesn't get better than this: a year of full-colour puzzles handcrafted by the experts at Nikoli, the Japanese company that invented the game.

The puzzles begin with a couple of easy ones each weekend and increase in difficulty over the course of the week. Every one one strikes a perfect balance of challenge, solvability, and addictive appeal. Because they are created by hand, not computer, every puzzle is like matching wits with an expert who knows how to keep you engaged and entertained, every step of the way.


Will Shortz Presents Sudoku 2016 Box
Shortz is the crossword editor of the New York Times and here you can try out some of his numerical masterpieces with 365 days of high class Sudoku.

To solve or to savor, daily sudoku guarantees at least one instance of perfect order in your day. Who couldn't use a little less nonsense in life? All you need is a pencil! Can you sudoku?


Sudoku Page-A-Day Notepad and 2016 Calendar
This is the multitasking desktop calendar that keeps Sudoku lovers challenged, entertained, and on the ball, every day of the year.!

With a daily fill-in to-do list and two mini calendars, this calendar is as functional as it is fun. The easiest puzzles are printed on weekends, and they increase in difficulty over the course of the week.

From and Waterstones.

Daily Killer Sudoku Puzzle Calendar 2016

Need something a bit more challenging?

This daily Killer Sudoku puzzle calendar 2016 is a must have puzzle book for every Killer Sudoku enthusiast. Each day you get to solve a difficult or extremely difficult Killer Sudoku puzzle. Once you pick up this book, you won’t be able to put it back down. You have been warned!


Posh Sudoku 2016 Box
This ever so posh 2016 desk calendar is jam packed with puzzles which range from easy to difficult.  

Each page of this trendy calendar features a different Sudoku puzzle, ranging from easy to difficult, with the answer on the back. With its hip design and splash of color, Posh Sudoku makes problem solving fun and stylish.


Sudoku a Day 2016
Featuring the very best mix of challenging puzzles, staggered in levels easy, medium and hard, sudoku a day 2016 contains a fresh challenge for every day of the year.

This fantastic collection is sure to keep any sudoku fan on their toes and will even help to train the novice puzzler into a sudoku expert!

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Daily Sudoku For Kids 6x6 Puzzle Calendar 2016

Something for young Sudokuu addicts! Each day you get to solve a Mini Sudoku 6x6 puzzle. This Sudoku calendar contains 366 Mini Sudoku puzzles that keep getting more difficult as the year progresses.

By the end of the year you will be a Mini Sudoku expert. Once you pick up this book, you won’t be able to put it back down. Beware - it could lead to bigger things!


Elbert Mini Wooden Travel Sudoku Board Game Set

This smart wooden Sudoku set set has built in storage for pieces, features magnetic closure and comes with board, a complete set of pieces, and instructions.

You can create your own puzzles or replicate ones you find in the newspaper and books on this wood board. A lovely gift for a Sudoku fan.


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