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Mega Love For Mega Man? There’s A Helmet For You

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I remember Mega Man fondly. However, I don’t think it’s the kind of fondness that would have me dropping $150 for a plastic replica helmet, no sir. But you know, we totally don’t judge and realize that there are those among you who might just go a little bananas seeing this officially licensed prop.

There’s been attempts at creating a wearable Mega Man helmet over the years, but its never been made officially. Everyone’s been clamoring for one – and now you really can be Mega Man with this full-size, wearable Mega Man helmet made of high quality ABS plastic with a high polish finish, authentic proportions and details, plus working LED lights! A unique clamshell hinge allows the front and back half of the helmet to easily open up to comfortably fit your head inside the soft padded interior for a perfect fit. This is a high quality replica of the Blue Bomber’s helmet – perfect for display in home or office, but it also doubles as the ultimate role play accessory!

Comes shipped in a decorated box suitable for displaying your helmet when not in use.

Extremely limited quantities will be produced based on advance pre-orders.

Order NOW! Pre-Orders will only be open for a limited time.

Ships Winter 2015 just in time for the holidays as the ultimate gift for the biggest Mega Man fans (including yourself!)

So there you have it: the best, most official way to proclaim your love for all things Mega Man.

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$100k Gets You A Life-Size T-Rex Skeleton Replica

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How nice it must be to have the kind of money where you can go “Hey, honey, you wanna get this T-Rex skeleton? I think it would look great in the playroom.” And then you pick up the phone, call Hammacher Schlemmer and have a team of “Product Specialists” assist you in the purchase of a 40 foot long replica of the baddest dino that roamed the earth. That’s the kind of money I’d like to have: T-Rex skeleton replica money…

Spanning 40′ from tail to snout, this is the life-size replica fossil skeleton of Stan, a Tyrannosaur first unearthed in South Dakota’s Black Hills in 1992. Found in a disarticulated state (each bone was separated from the others), Stan’s skeleton fossilized over millions of years with little-to-no distortion or crushing, making him the most complete (190 bones) male Tyrannosaurus rex ever found. This museum-quality replica is expertly crafted using GI-1000-grade silicone molds that impart stunning, authentic detail to the polyurethane resin casts that faithfully preserve the healed injuries Stan suffered during life, including a broken neck and ribs as well as puncture wounds in his skull and lower jaw.

As part of your purchase, you will have a team of people come to your residence (or wherever you want to put this thing) and assemble it, as well as position it in any “anatomically possible pose” for your convenience.

Oh and if you can’t swing $100k, there’s a life-size T-Rex skull for $9k. It’s sort of a consolation prize, although we gotta tell you, if you can swing $9k on a dino head, you’re doing pretty ok for yourself too.

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This Star Trek Phaser Doubles As A TV Remote

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It’s one thing to buy a novelty replica of a TV prop. It’s quite another to buy a Star Trek Phaser so faithful to the original that it was made by 3D scanning the last remaining prop from the TV series. It’s also fully licensed by CBS, and doubles as a programmable infrared remote with which you can control your TV, iPod docks and many other gadgets. And when it’s not changing channels, this Phaser plays a wide range of original sound effects from the series. It also vibrates and lights up each time it’s “fired”, and features a removable side door to reveal an illuminated dilithium crystal power cell. It’s made from a matte nickel plated die cast, and comes with a museum-quality metal stand, with hidden magnetic catch. The carrying case is made from rugged ABS plastic, printed with a blank name plate ready for you to make it your own. The only thing you might have trouble doing is vaporizing rocks and alien life forms with it, but at £119.95 (roughly $200), we’d say that’s good enough.

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So There’s This: BloodRayne ArmBlade Replica

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We can’t really think of anything useful you might want to do with the above ArmBlade, but that shouldn’t stop you from buying it. After all, if you only ever bought stuff that’s actually useful, you’d likely have a lot more money in your bank account. Measuring a healthy 17-3/8-inch long, the thing is made from one piece of hard-anodized black stainless steel. Along with the blade, you get all the other hardware needed to assemble it, including the grip and forearm strap. The best part, perhaps, is that you’ll have to pay all of $18 to own it. Which, all things considered, isn’t a whole bunch of money to spend on something not entirely useful.

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Miniature Portal Gun Replica More Affordable Than Its Larger Cousin

People are clearly in love with the game Portal. Why not? It’s a great way to spend a weekend and once you’ve contorted your brain through its mountain of puzzles, you too will likely develop an affection for its various artifacts. Just this summer we told you about Portal Turret replica. And today we’re bringing news of a smaller version of the Portal Gun that came out a while ago. It’s only 1 ft. long and weighs about 1 lb. It’s got orange and blue LEDs and emits a unique sound that corresponds to each color and it works pretty much like the gun in the game, minus the portal creating abilities. Purchase-o-mania (aka Christmas) is coming, so this could make a pretty cool gift, especially considering the “handsome, full-color gift box” it comes in. $60 will tick one box from that list of yours. It’s designed and sold by ThinkGeek, so you know it’ll be great!

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