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Rubbies - Disfraz de maestro para hombre, talla única (909904STD)
- Jefe Maestro Supremo Edición Coleccionista de Halo 3 Traje
- Poliéster 100 por ciento de material
- Incluye jumpsuit acolchada c / armadura moldeado, dos piezas de casco de lujo, guanteletes, las botas
- Limpiar con un paño húmedo, no usar lejía, lavar, planchar, o en seco
- On-tamaño cabe la mayoría de adultos
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Quilted, quality jumpsuit with EVA armor, two piece deluxe helmet, gloves, and boot tops. Helmet has lights on sides, and these take 4 AAA batteries. Coloring on the armor may be lighter than shown, and the silver distressed markings may be more visible. In addition, design of the eye shield on the helmet has more plastic framing, and is sturdier than the one pictured. Adult standard up to size 44.
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As soon as I opened the box I was let down. The pieces are all made out of pretty thin plastic and a few of the Velcro straps were coming off just from trying to pull the pieces apart.
I didn't even open the helmet because I already planned on returning the suit, but the visor was visible and didn't look at all like the picture.
I'd say this costume might be worth about $150 at most.
After being so disappointed I did a little searching and found a site that has instructions for making a pretty sweet looking Master Chief costume for about $400 for all the materials. It sounds kind of time consuming, but I'm going to give it a shot.
Here is the website incase anyone is interested:
The jumpsuit, as others have said, gets very hot. I'm not a person who sweats hardly ever, and I was starting to (a little bit) after a few minutes. I think, however, that my slim frame helped out a bit in that department. Speaking of my physique, I'm around 6' 3", and incredibly slim. The arms and legs are just a little short on me, but otherwise, the jumpsuit fits okay.
The gloves are too small, but as I said, I'm kinda tall, and I do have big hands. They are thankfully, still wearable though.
The helmet is nice, but again, as others have already mentioned, the pic is misleading. About half of the visor is a see-through tinted bronze, so people WILL be able to partially see your face, and you won't have as good of vision as you may think, as the other half will prevent you from seeing out. Frankly, I wish they either would have made the entire visor see through bronze, or even better yet, made it only see through from the inside. The see-through part on my visor is actually a little blurry, even. Its also NOT adjustable, and slightly loose on my head. Not sure how to fix that one, though, besides adding something extra in there for more padding. Finally, the lights on the side are removable (so that you can get to the batteries) and they aren't held in place the greatest. One of them actually fell off the side of the helmet the first time I picked it up.
The rivets that hold the costume together aren't the greatest. One of them on the forearm piece of my suit wasn't even through both halves; there's also a lot of them, which, if this weren't a "mechanical" suit, would be really distracting. That is, they are a bit distracting, but most people won't notice them.
Pockets would be nice. There's an armor "pouch" on each side, but they're just there for looks/to cover the strap that holds the cod piece on. The instructions suggest adjusting the cod piece after putting it on, but for a good, snug fit, I had to take it back off to adjust it. You'll also be taking the cod piece off if you want to sit down. Just throwing that in there, as it wasn't something I considered before I bought it.
The upper leg armor pieces are held onto the jumpsuit by a single piece of Velcro in the front, and by their fit around your leg. Maybe I'm just too scrawny, but I think there really should be another piece of Velcro on the back to help hold it in place. The lower leg armor pieces are held in place only by their fit around your leg, no Velcro on the suit (at least, there isn't any on mine). Bumping them may inadvertently spin them slightly off, which is a little annoying, seeing as how you won't be able to make full body movements in the suit, and getting it back into place was slightly awkward (as is squatting down, or reaching across to the opposite shoulder with your hand).
There was one piece of the suit that I couldn't quite get on by myself, which was the shoulder/upper arm piece. Thinking about it now, I think I COULD have, if I put them on before the chest piece, instead of following the instructions to the letter. :P It is a difficult suit to get into by yourself, though; notably the chest and arm pieces.
I know I'm listing a lot of the BAD things with the suit, but really, I am satisfied with my purchase. I'm just trying to spell out all the things that may make a person reconsider had they known before hand. The suit looks good, even if the plastic and some of the manufacturing is kinda cheap. I think my worst gripe with it is the gloves being too small for my hands; everything else is fixable or not enough of a nuisance to bother with... I may end up adding a few pieces of Velcro to it, which is kind of annoying to have to do (for the price, you'd think it'd all be there in perfect working order), but overall, I believe I'd buy it again if I had the chance to rethink it knowing what I know now. I believe I'm going to have fun with it. :)
The completed look is amazing. The jumpsuit is thick (pleather?), armor is plastic - not thick but rigid and sufficient for the purpose. Everything secures with Velcro - which was listed as too light-weight in the previous reviews I read. Mine seem to be pretty sturdy so maybe Rubie's addressed the issue - I don't know but mine seems OK. I will most likely add some buckles and strapping to add a bit more security - but that's because I'm bigger so it fits a little tighter than intended - which places additional stress on the fasteners. Helmet is well padded.
The helmet is big - but if you wear a Balaclava or beanie underneath it's fine. If you have a small head - go to Wal-Mart, buy a cheap bike helmet and use the padding from it and hot glue or Velcro it in. Minor inconvenience but a quick fix. As mentioned before, the jumpsuit is thick material - like pleather - it doesn't breathe and is REALLY hot. There is no fly in it - so to use the restroom you will have to remove everything from the thighs up. If you REALLY have to use the restroom - plan on taking it all off. You need help to put this on - so if you are a loner - rethink purchasing it. You cannot sit down in this without removing pieces of it. The visor - the center of it is more see-through for viewing out of. I get why they did it so I'm not complaining, but it is not the single tone you see in the stock pics. I've attached a pic of me in it so you can see for yourself.
WHY 5 STARS IF IT HAS SO-SO ELEMENTS TO IT?
Easy - the overall effect and impact of this costume. If you wanted to have Cosplay outfit completely handmade and customized with really thick armor - you can - but that will set you back several thousand dollars. Again, I wouldn't pay the list price for this, but at $450 - it is really good. For the parts that are SO-SO, they are easily correctable and I will spend less than $30 to address them all and make it really stout for next year.