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Helmet  & Helmet Components

The following images reflect the extreme quality and enhanced details of the newly revised helmet.
In the past, the helmet consisted of a separate dome, back and face piece, but this has recently been changed and the results are absolutely incredible.

Shown in the next series of images is the new helmet with the one piece dome/back, formed utilizing a custom extruded high gloss ABS measuring .125 inch in thickness.
This is the strongest and thickest dome produced by any builder and the durability, quality and enhanced details have never been this refined.

There is now a 'Hero Style Helmet' and traditional 'Stunt' helmet.

As you can see in the photos, the 'stunt' helmet can be built in both a traditional 'stunt' style and also a 'sandtrooper' style.


Helmet assembled and photographed by Eric D.

Above is the helmet 'Hero' helmet. The nose bridge has the correct number of notches, 3 on each side.
The ear pieces also have the revised configuration, with three bumps on each side, the right one slightly different
from the left one.
The finished helmet is absolutely stunning and surpasses any helmets I've seen.

Helmet assembled and photographed by Eric D.

This is the tradition 'stunt' style helmet, again, the details are highly refined and the helmet
proves to the the most sturdy and durable in my collection.

Helmet assembled and photographed by Eric D.

This is the 'stunt' helmet built into a 'sandtrooper' configuration. The decals for both
'stunt' and 'sandtrooper' were included. The main difference between the 'stun' and 'sandy' is the decals
and the slight radius of the dome brow ridge. Eric did a fabulous job with this helmet!


Helmet assembled and photographed by Eric D.

Side view of 'stunt-sandtrooper' version.


Helmet assembled and photographed by Eric D.

Here you can see the rear of the helmet and the quality and sharpness of the formed lines and details.
It's truly difficult to believe this is formed using .125 ABS but when holding the helmet, the stiffness of the piece and
quality can certainly be felt.



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