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Life-Size Infinity Gauntlet Replica: The Real Power Glove

 |  |  |  |  March 9, 2018


Can you feel the power? This is the life-size Infinity Gauntlet replica that you have been dreaming of. Obviously, It will give you ultimate power over the universe. It’s based on the prop from the Avengers: Infinity War. All of the details are spot on.

Made of polystone, this life-size replica measures about 27-inches tall, and features an LED light-up function with two lighting modes: light-on effect and breathing light effect. The multi-layered metallic paint has a great weathering effect, and it has a specially designed custom base with the movie logo. Oh yeah. Now you can feel the power, I bet.

Now for the bad news. It isn’t wearable. I know right! How do you make a life-size Infinity Gauntlet that isn’t wearable? What is wrong with you people? Do you not want us to control the universe? Actually, they probably don’t want us punching each other in the face with this thing, because you know, people are eating Tide Pods and stuff. Probably a good call.

The Infinity Gauntlet replica is available for pre-order right now from Sideshow Toys for a whopping $930. Sure, it’s expensive, but it’s actually cheap when you consider the kind of control this gauntlet will give you. I already feel drunk on the power.

[via Geeks Are Sexy via Geekologie]



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