# Making Yearly Calendars Obsolete

I am totally impressed with the Puzzle Calendar! What an ingenious idea with an easy to follow system. You simply keep shifting the tiles each month to keep pace with the changing days! You can even jot down notes on the side using a whiteboard marker. I’m so going to replace my desk calendar once this hits the market.

Designer: Yan Yunyong

• @eschava says:

I think not all combinations (only half of them) are possible in the puzzle. So not every month can be set

• 闫允勇 says:

Blank grids are prepared to fill when numbers are unnecessary as not every month is a 31-day month.

• @eschava says:

you are right. thanks for explanation 🙂

• @eschava says:

I think not all combinations (only half of them) are possible in the puzzle. So not every month can be set

• é«åå says:

Blank grids are prepared to fill when numbers are unnecessary as not every month is a 31-day month.

• @eschava says:

you are right. thanks for explanation 🙂

• @eschava, all combinations are possible. one might just need to remove the tiles and place them back

• @eschava says:

I think almost every month need to remove the tiles

• binocle says:

Brilliant ^__^

• binocle says:

Brilliant ^__^

• @eschava, all combinations are possible. one might just need to remove the tiles and place them back

• @eschava says:

I think almost every month need to remove the tiles

• tweakie says:

It may take me the whole month just to set the month – should have practiced more with my rubiks cube.

• tweakie says:

It may take me the whole month just to set the month – should have practiced more with my rubiks cube.

• Joseph says:

This is amazing 🙂 Amazingly creative

• Joseph says:

This is amazing 🙂 Amazingly creative

• Jamie says:

Overly complex to change to the next month. Keep in mind, 8 will always be below 1, 15 always below 8 and 22 always below 15. For simplicity, you should attach four vertical tiles (ex. 1,8,15,22 and 2,9,16,23). 29, 30 and 31 need to be single tiles all others should be fake.

• Jamie says:

Overly complex to change to the next month. Keep in mind, 8 will always be below 1, 15 always below 8 and 22 always below 15. For simplicity, you should attach four vertical tiles (ex. 1,8,15,22 and 2,9,16,23). 29, 30 and 31 need to be single tiles all others should be fake.

• Nora says:

Cool! it reminds me of another calendar that instead of changing the numbers you replace the week's days – http://www.calendreco.com/the_calendar.php

• Nora says:

Cool! it reminds me of another calendar that instead of changing the numbers you replace the week's days – http://www.calendreco.com/the_calendar.php

• Thanasis says:

when is it going to be produced. It would be interesting to presend it to some of my clients-companies for promotional purposes-large quantities.

• Thanasis says:

when is it going to be produced. It would be interesting to presend it to some of my clients-companies for promotional purposes-large quantities.

• lukeall says:

These have been around forever. It’s not a new idea. They are called heirloom, or perpetual calendars.

http://images.replacements.com/images/images5/china/P/pfaltzgraff_heirloom_four_season_perpetual_calendar_P0000075127S0102T2.jpg

• lukeall says:

These have been around forever. It’s not a new idea. They are called heirloom, or perpetual calendars.

• CJay says:

Love this. Where do I get one?

• Johnny says:

My grandmother has had one of these in her kitchen for YEARS.

• Johnny says:

My grandmother has had one of these in her kitchen for YEARS.

• Joost says:

great job

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• liyan says: