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EFX Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet Prop Replica

4.7 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews
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Product Description

What a terrific prop replica from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope! To ensure that this beautifully crafted 1:1 scale plastic Star Wars A New Hope Stormtrooper Helmet retained all of the subtle nuances of the hand-sculpted original, the engineers at eFx Collectibles digitally scanned a surviving original helmet. It's an amazing and iconic piece of Star Wars history that you can wear! Comes with certificate of authenticity. Fearless and unswervingly loyal to the Emperor, Stormtroopers are the most recognized symbol of Imperial might. Encased in white armor over a black bodyglove suit, Stormtroopers make up the bulk of Emperor Palpatine's ground-based armies and the space-based imperial Starfleet. Their fearsome-looking helmets allow the soldier to breathe in the harshest of environments, including the vacuum of space, and are equipped with long-range communications, allowing these elite shock troops to be deployed with speed and efficiency to quell insurrections and maintain order across the many planets of the Galactic Empire. The distinctive design of the Stormtrooper was originally created by famed concept artist Ralph McQuarrie in 1975. McQuarrie designed several versions of the look of the empire's general infantry.

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Fearless and unswervingly loyal to the Emperor, Stormtrooper are the most recognized symbol of imperial might. Encased in white armor over a black bodyglove, Stormtroopers make up the bulk of Palpatine’s ground-based armies and the space-based imperial Starfleet. their fearsome looking helmets allow the soldier to breathe in the harshest of enviroments, including the vacuum of space, and are equipped with long range communications allowing these elite Shock troops to be deployed with speed and efficiency to quell insurrections and maintain order across the many worlds of the empire. The distinctive design of the stormtrooper was originally created by concept artist Ralph Mcquarrie in 1975. Mcquarrie designed several versions of the look of the empire’s general infantry. To ensure that your eFx Stormtrooper helmet retained all of the subtle nuances of the hand-sculpted original, our engineers digitally scanned and cast a surviving original helmet to recreate this iconic piece of Star Wars history.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 10 x 12 inches
Item Weight 5 pounds
Shipping Weight 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B005J35PG2
Item model number JAN131756
Manufacturer recommended age 14 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #101,529 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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This helmet from eFX is the Empire "Stunt" helmet used in the Empire Strikes Back. It isn't the 30th anniversary Empire helmet that was offered but I can't determine what the difference is other than a 30th anniversary logo on the box, so probably none. eFX is the officially licensed seller of Star Wars replicas at this time so you are dealing with Lucas approved products. "Stunt" means it is modeled after the Storm Trooper helmets worn by Storm Troopers in the movie background and not the ones worn by Luke and Han which are called "Hero" helmets (they are much more expensive). The main difference between "Stunt" and "Hero" are the flat green eye lenses. The Hero helmets have bubble eye pieces that look better. The Hero helmets also have real screws in the earpieces and shorter frowns. So enough of the minutia. For more info on the differences, Google Hero versus Stunt. Also look at the difference between helmets from Ep 4 and 5. The Empire helmet (this one) has black teeth, the New Hope helmets have grey teeth.

The Good:
1, Glossy. It's white plastic, but looks very cool. It is shiny just like the ones in the movies.
2. 2 mic tips on either side of the mouth with metal grills that are authentic, just like the real thing. Exactly like the real thing.
3, Rubber bottom lining around the entire helmet and a rubber brow, that's what you don't get with the cheaper helmets.
4. White styrofoam-ish head padding inside and around the eye pieces that makes it wearable.
5. You can see out of the green eye pieces.
6. Small mesh breathing holes in between the teeth.
7. Decent boxing.

The Bad:
1. A very obvious seam and gap where the lower jaw connects to the rest of the helmet. It sucks.
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This helmet is awesome! Roommate and I wore it with a white button down and skinny tie for Halloween and it was epic. Just wanted to share some things to know:
1. The helmet is really big. Can handle anyone's head no matter how big, but if you have a small head, it will jiggle around when you turn your head. To fix this, we just extended the padding inside. We ran to the dollar store and got one of those big yellow foam sponges for washing a car and cut that up. We put a block of foam on each side which fit out temples securely. Then we put a smaller block above the eyes to secure against our forehead. We attached with duct tape.
2. Helmets are lighter than you would expect. The plastic is a little thin, but still sturdy. If you drop the helmet on concrete with some force (no pun intended ^_^), it may crack and will likely scratch. Just keep it on your head and it wont be a problem =)
3. If you do add foam inside to secure your head, make it so you push your head back, not forward. This will make breathing easier and also it will be harder to see your eyes. In a relatively dark room you cant see eyes at all, but if there is a light in front of you, eyes can be seen slightly. Also, the gray grill in the front can pass air through (the black parts are holes with black fabric), but most airflow is through the bottom.
4. No way to drink or eat in these. Just be aware they will need to come off ;)
5. The piece where the ears are dont have holes in them, so hearing is severely diminished. Also be aware it may be hard for others to hear you.
6. These helmets are officially awesome... just be sure you can handle it

Most of these things seem negative, but im just writing it down so you are aware. Let it be clear, the helmets are really top notch! Im really happy with this purchase, even with the steep price. Highly recommend
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My review for this eFX ANH (A New Hope) helmet is pretty much the same as my review for the eFX Empire Strikes Back helmet, see below. The difference between this helmet and the Empire helmet are grey teeth instead of black, and only 2 black stripes in the grey area of the ears compared to 3 on the Empire helmet. The grey side stripe areas have 7 black stripes and the dark blue jaw stripes count to 13 just like the Empire helmet from eFX. My modified review from the Empire helmet follows:

This helmet from eFX is the ANH "Stunt" helmet used in Star Wars, A New Hope (the real first Star Wars). eFX is the officially licensed seller of Star Wars replicas at this time so you are dealing with Lucas approved products. "Stunt" means it is modeled after the Storm Trooper helmets worn by Storm Troopers in the movie background and not the ones worn by Luke and Han, which are called "Hero" helmets (they are much more expensive from eFX). The main difference between "Stunt" and "Hero" are the flat green eye lenses. The Hero helmets have bubble eye pieces that look better. The Hero helmets also have real screws in the earpieces and shorter frowns. So enough of the minutia. For more info on the differences, Google "Hero versus Stunt".

The Good:
Glossy. It's white plastic, but looks very cool. It is shiny just like the ones in the movies.
2 mic tips on either side of the mouth with metal grills that are authentic, just like the real thing. Exactly like the real thing.
Rubber bottom lining around the entire helmet and a rubber brow, that's what you don't get with the cheaper helmets.
White styrofoam-ish head padding inside and around the eyepieces that makes it wearable.
You can see out of the green eyepieces.
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