- Dimensiones del producto: 45,7 x 30,5 x 10,2 cm ; 454 g
- Este producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
- Número de modelo del producto: 884521-Small
- ASIN: B004UUHX9M
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 4 de abril de 2012
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº227.835 en Juguetes y juegos (Ver el Top 100 en Juguetes y juegos)
Rubie 's Costume Co Star Wars disfraz de General Grievous uno color
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- Star Wars Deluxe General Grievous Costume - One Color - Small
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Descripción del producto
Incluye máscara y mono con capa incorporada, pieza de pecho, hombro piezas, guanteletes y espinilleras.. No incluye zapatos etc. Este es un producto oficial de Star Wars.
Detalles del producto
Tamaño: S | Color: rosso
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-The mask sucks. It sucks so bad you need to throw it away for health, safety, and general ugliness. It also smells so bad from the rubber/plastic stink you'll need to take the trash out afterwards. They sell nicer hard plastic grievous masks separately as toys, but even those aren't really practical which kind of ruins the look. My kiddo was fine without a mask so your mileage may vary.
-There's the basic version and the deluxe version. I won't rehash the differences, but basically the deluxe is a lot better. Buy deluxe or pick a different costume altogether.
-The suit itself, in SMALL, looks great. If your kid is super short, you may need to pin the cape up a bit or risk SERIOUS injury to your child via tripping hazard that could SNAP. THEIR. NECK. My kiddo is pretty short for the suit but was ok with several inches of cape ground clearance. Just know and look for it. VERY important.
-The cape really makes the costume look a lot better. I know it's a risk, but my boy loved it and it did look sharp. Just be careful and make adjustments if necessary with pins.
-Buy a lightsaber that lights up to go with it. Helps with cars seeing your kid and your kid will love it too. Another 20 bucks.
-Attaches at the back of the neck with Velcro squares that are sharp and dig into the child's neck. Put some tape or something over them after he puts the suit on to prevent irritation.
My son is almost seven and is fairly tall - his 4-6 costumes from last year do not fit properly as he is too tall, but the Medium 8-10 is too large. We'll have to make-do unless we find another costume, but I do wonder why there is such a jump between children's sizes for this costume. 4-6 and 8-10 is a huge gap ...
All-in-all, my son is disappointed but still willing to wear the costume as it is the ONLY General Grievous costume that we've been able to find. How upsetting that I spent $50 only to see the excitement turn to disappointment on my son's face.
I do not recommend this costume for your little Star Wars fan.
The electronic General Grievous mask is much whiter than the bone colored portions of this costume, but my son may be wearing that instead along with carrying his G.G. light sabers. However, if I'm just going to switch out the masks anyway, I might as well have made or purchased a cape and otherwise dressed him in gray or black. If we hadn't thrown away the packaging (we received the costume on trash day) it would definitely be going back.
About the prize : I must said it's maybe a little expensive for what it is, made in China but you have to pay the LucasArt "franchise" don't you ?
About the size : medium is intended for 8-10 years old kids but after reading some reviews here I decided to buy this size for my (nearly) 6 years old son. The idea was he'd be able to wear it over a pull-over and some denim pants (Carnaval happens during winter here), as a result : it fits perfectly under these conditions but my son is pretty tall.
About the kids' opinion : my son was delighted about it and got a lot of compliments at the Carnaval feast at school. All his friends were impressed.
My final word : if I have to choose I'd buy it again, finally it was a cheap way to see happiness in my son's eyes.