Star Wars Roleplay Darth Vader Helmet

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ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $167.09+$67.10 (+67%)$120.50
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $174.61+$74.62 (+75%)$149.00
Amazon$239.99+$140.00 (+140%)$91.35 on Mar 24, 2020
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The average price based upon the last 5 sold auctions is: $167.09

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This Darth Vader Helmet toy was added on April 2018 and also released in 2018 with a retail price of $99.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the Roleplay series. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 630509607358, Amazon ASIN: B072QN51ZG (paid link), Walmart SKU: 568300921 and on eBay (paid link). With an average selling price of $167.09, this toy is not very valuable as it's selling for about its original retail price. Hundreds of collectors have this toy (368) in their user collections, so it does seem to be very popular.

Geek Review: Hasbro Black Series Darth Vader Electronic Helmet by geekculture.co review sentiment positive

The Star Wars Black Series Darth Vader helmet is a highly anticipated item that lives up to the top-notch quality expected from the Black Series products. The 1:1 scale helmet is large, intimidating, and accurate, making it a worthy addition to any Star Wars collection. At first glance, the helmet's size is notably larger, designed to scale with the original Darth Vader actor, David Prowse, who is 1.96m (6 ft 6 inches) tall. The helmet consists of three parts: the collar, the mask with the ventilator, and the helmet itself, true to the design in Star Wars Episode III. It requires AAA batteries to operate the sound effects, which include the iconic breathing sound of Darth Vader, albeit at a slightly faster pace than in the films. Although the sound can be loud when wearing the helmet, it adds to the authenticity of the experience. The helmet is securely assembled with magnets, except for the collar which requires an extra strap, making it easy to put on. Some comfort-related issues were noted, such as the mask being a bit narrow at the front, the eye holes and the neck piece lined with rubber that might get sticky over time, and the helmet being slightly heavy, which is to be expected given its size. Despite these, the helmet remains an impressive collectible or cosplay item, offering a wide field of vision and an adjustable fit. The helmet also comes with a stand for display, further enhancing its appeal.

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