|Fits as expected||
- 100% Synthetic
- Hand Wash
- Classic movie monster costume
- Includes attached inflating fan
- Godzilla 2014 merchandise from rubies is officially licensed by warner bros entertainment
- Best fit for men with jacket size 44-46
- Licensed or classic, accessories or full costumes: rubies offers the largest assembly of costume products anywhere
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Includes: a one-piece inflatable jumpsuit with attached shoe covers, matching gloves and headpiece. Battery operated fan requires: (4) AA batteries, not included. This is an officially licensed Godzilla product.Standard One-Size
- Package Dimensions: 15.2 x 12.1 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.62 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00STMKSOE
- Date first listed on Amazon: July 8, 2014
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Overall, I had a blast in it, people enjoyed it, and I'll be waiting until its not 100 degrees outside to destroy children's dreams and sandcastles.
The build quality feels much more solid than I expected. Feels similar to to tent material. Seems like it would take quite a bit of damage to make it unusable. Face/head is a bit wonky, but I think some cotton stuffing could help fill it out.
I have a Bluetooth speaker with classic Godzilla sounds to improve the sound. I have also rigged a tube from an e-cigarette out of the mouth/face hole to give it a smoking mouth effect.
Extremely excited to give this costume a try!
The Costume actually looks better than the promo picture shown for this item especially at the feet which actually does look like Godzilla Feet instead of boots like the picture shows. The only downside to the feet is the lack of strap to go around the bottom of your foot. The only other downside to the look is the blower fan is orange instead of green. That can be fixed by repainting the fan cover so it's not a big issue if you know how to repaint.
Only the body section from the ankle up to the neck inflates with the motor as the head is rigid above the neck and the feet are designed as shoe covers, with a elastic strap attached to the ankles and neck to hold the air in.
You get into the bodysuit though a back zipper opening on the right side of the back spike, but with the body design it can be tricky to zip up by yourself as the arms are short. I recommend having someone help you zip up the costume.
As for the head and the vision in the head. The head can be stuffed to fit the shape otherwise they have a rigid fabric that can hold the shape of the head as for seeing out of it, you can see out of the mouth and the vision is pretty good through there.
As for the Air Blower that keeps your suit inflated. That is a fickle machine as you can not use your rechargeable batteries as for some reason it will not work unless you use 4 1.5 volt Disposable AA Alkaline Batteries as the fan needs all 6 volts to work instead of 4 1.2 volt Rechargeable Batteries as 4.8 volts will not work at all. That is the biggest thing I don't like about the costume right there as I hate using those type of Batteries. It's just not enough to lower my rating to a 4 as I love the costume that much.
The zipper to get into it is kind of small. I'm a big guy (6'2", 210#), but after figuring out how to get in without tearing anything, it's pretty easy. I like that the head is not part of the inflatable and has a mesh screen to see out of. I cut a small hole in the mesh to accommodate a straw so I can enjoy some adult beverages while in costume.
I wouldn't recommend this if you are too much larger than I am, since I am definitely pushing the size constraints of this costume, both in height and shoulder width. I may also try cutting the head at the neck seal and installing a zipper or velcro, so I can flip the head back so it's possible to eat without taking the whole thing off.
The blower runs a long time on 4-AA's and is pretty quiet.
Also, I've seen a lot of other reviews about faulty battery packs (which mine was). But there are no electronics inside, so it was an easy fix. I just carefully popped the case open, checked the wires, which were all soldered in properly. The problem was with the battery contact plates (the little metal plates with the springs and bumps to contact the battery terminals). All it took was sliding them out of their slots, bending the part with the bumps a little further in and sliding them back in the slots (if you have this problem, you'll see what I'm talking about as soon as you open it up). Problem solved.