Check Out China's Fan-Made Mechanical Iron Man Helmet

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Earlier this year we interviewed Chinese prop maker Wang Xiao Kang and showed off some of his spectacular works in progress. This time around, Wang's finally ready to show off his finished product, a fully mechanised Iron Man Mark III helmet.


Not only has Wang finished his Mark III helmet, he is now also ready to take orders on copies. He's even started putting out prototypes of other gear, including a light-up arc reactor, Repulsor Gloves for version 2 and 3 armors, and even a full Mark III armor set. He's also started working on a Mark 42 amour.


Wang's home-made suit isn't perfect, but it's still downright awesome. He's currently taking orders on his account, where he's charging a minimum of $650 for the full Iron Man Mark III armor—most of which goes towards buying materials, according to his website. It costs more if the armor is going to be built for someone bigger.

视频: 如何使用我的钢铁侠MK3自动开合头盔V6 [Youku]

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Super surprised no one has mentioned Anthony Le and his many, MANY awesome Iron Man suits. Fully working, light up, rotating gatlings, pop out missiles, working faceplates, etc.