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Iron Man Movie: Iron Man Mark II Fine Art Statue

Iron Man Movie: Iron Man Mark II Fine Art Statue

  • Iron Man was one of summer 2008′s biggest films
  • This statue depicts the first high-tech armored suit created by Tony Stark
  • Sculpted by Kouei Matsumoto, based on comic artist Adi Granov’s designs
  • Stands 13″ tall and features multiple LED lights
  • Stands atop a glowing Iron Man chest symbol base, complete with film logo

Sculpted by Kouei Matsumoto, the Iron Man stands nearly 13 inches tall (1/6th scale), and features metallic silver paint over cold cast porcelain construction. The Mark II features multiple LED lights: eyes, Repulsor Ray palms, and the Unibeam on his chest – each which glows with a cool blue hue. Iron Man stands confidently atop an ornamented base in the shape of his chest symbol, and sculpted with the Iron Man film logo. Each statue is individually numbered on the bottom of the base as part

List Price: $ 174.99

Price: $ 214.95

Harman Kardon GPS-310 4-Inch Portable GPS Navigator

Harman Kardon GPS-310 4-Inch Portable GPS Navigator

  • Text-to-Speech in English announces the next manuever by name such as the street name or highway. The GPS-310′s translation from Text-to-Speech is very easy to understand and natural sounding.
  • 4″ WQVGA 480 x 272 High resolution widescreen provides an increased viewing area and detail making it easier to read instructions and street names
  • The GPS-310 features a highly intuitive, easy-to-use interface. Minimal key strokes are needed to program an address, look up points-of-interest or find the song you want to listen to.
  • Full-featured MP3 player allows you to search by artist, album, genre, song or playlist and displays album art. Shuffle & repeat mode also included. A SD flash card slot is provided for accessing music stored on SD or SDHC cards (card not included).
  • Complete, preloaded maps of the U.S. including Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico as well as Canada are included.

GPS-310 Harman Kardon Portable Navigation+Audio device offers a highly intuitive user interface making it an easy to use portable navigation device. It features Text-to-Speech in English. It also offers full playback of digital music files. All access and control is via a high resolution 4″ WQVGA touchscreen. In navigation mode it offers easy-to-understand instructions and visuals in 17 languages. Turn-by-turn graphics with all vital information is displayed in 2-D or 3-D and Maps of the U.S. a

List Price: $ 299.99

Price: $ 299.99

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  6 Responses to “Iron Man Movie: Iron Man Mark II Fine Art Statue”

  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Purchased as gift. Piece of art., December 5, 2009
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    Diane Lammers Hetler (Overland Park, KS United States) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Iron Man Movie: Iron Man Mark II Fine Art Statue (Toy)

    When I opened the box to just be sure everything looked good before giving as gift, I was amazed at the quality. This is very nice although pricey.

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent quality statue from a quality company., December 29, 2011
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I ordered this statue as a decorative piece for the home theater room I am redoing in my house. This is one of three statues I now have from Kotobukiya, and I remain impressed. The statue captures the excellent details of the Mark II suit as seen in the original Iron Man movie with Robert Downey Jr. Each detail, from the individual armor plates and individually sculpted fingers, down to the tiny rivets holding the suit together, is present and accounted for. The paint job is a metallic silver paint with some subtle black accents to make individual armor plates or other pieces of the statue stand out a bit better. There are minor blemishes in the paint (for example you can see tiny pieces of debris that likely got caught in the paint as it dried) as well as some brush strokes, but none of this detracts from the overall look.

    The statue is constructed of cold cast porcelein, providing a sturdy weight and feel that lends a great feeling of “high quality” to the piece. It appears that it is actually made of a couple of different pieces ( I.e. the base, torso, arms and legs) that were assembled together into a single, solid statue. Even the base seems to be made of porcelein, as it is heavy and solid as well. Because of the material of construction, be aware this statue is definitely breakable. A fall from even a moderate height might be enough to crack through a significant portion of the statue, so be careful.

    The light up feature of the statue is stand out. The lights are bright, and of a cool blue hue, and really add a second dimension to the statue that other, similar statues lack. The statue is also a limited edition (2500, I believe) and comes individually number along the bottom.

    I highly recommend this statue to any collector, but again realize this is NOT a toy, and is best kept away from the younger crowd.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Ironman Mark II, July 4, 2013
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    bradeva

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This statue is everything that I expected when I purchased it. It looks great along with my other Ironman Statues.

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  4. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to use. Great value., December 1, 2007
    By 
    TraveLots (Portland, OR) –

    This review is from: Harman Kardon GPS-310 4-Inch Portable GPS Navigator (Electronics)

    The unit gets amazingly quick GPS locks. Typically less than 15 seconds, and often just a few. The UI is extermely easy to use. Very snappy graphics and operation. No owner’s manual is necessary. Has all the features you would expect from a unit this price. Even has 12M POI which is 2x to 9x the number that other units have. I played with the unit a little at BestBuy before buying it. What sold me is the TTS feature that announces street names in the directions (Turn on Lincoln Ave instead of just Turn Left). It was the cheapest one there that had this feature. When I compared the TTS quality with that of the more expensive units, the h/k GPS-310 won hands down. The others sounded like robots. This unit sounds much more natural. Easy decision. Great product. Fantastic price.

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  5. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A CLEAN unit, very nice., November 29, 2007
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    MFC (Burbank, CA United States) –

    This review is from: Harman Kardon GPS-310 4-Inch Portable GPS Navigator (Electronics)

    I have used both the Tom Tom and the garman Nuvi and I find the GPS-310 to be superior in many ways.

    The onscreen display is very intuitive and I really like the widescreen look on such an inexpensive unit. My wife loved it and it has the look and feel of a much more expensive unit. The trip information is shown on the left and is very clear about upcoming turns, distances and the like.

    The windshield mount is especially nice and allows a great degree of adjustment and is much smaller and cleaner than my others I have. I don’t like such a big block of stuff stuck to my windshield. The unit itself is very thin and just has a very clean look to the whole unit. It is much easier to use that the TomTom as well with fewer menus needed to be accessed to do all of the basic stuff.

    The music player works well with artist search, playlists, etc. I synch a few SD cards with my PC and I use it on trips, very slick

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  6. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    4.3″ widescreen display w/TTS for $300, December 19, 2007
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    David Hays “HaysDB” (St Louis, MO) –
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    Pros:
    . 4.3″ (480×272) screen with text-to-speech for $300.
    . Integrated antenna
    . Clean, uncluttered, and mostly intuitive interface
    . Destinations easy to enter – more on this feature below
    . Large “buttons”
    . Touch screen requires only a light touch
    . Nicely contoured case with a high quality feel
    . Suction cup mount nicely designed
    . Unit clips in and removes from the mount very easily
    . Charges via the USB cable (undocumented)
    . Boots instantly
    . Volume dial
    . Bright screen
    . Built-in MP3 player
    . A nice compact slipcover is included

    Cons:
    . It takes awhile to lock on to the satellites. I haven’t timed it, but it’s much slower than my Garmin Street Pilot 2720.
    . I haven’t figured out how to save the “current location” to a favorite. Please tell me how to do this as this could be a deal breaker!
    . Screen brightness doesn’t automatically adjust to the conditions. It switches between Day and Night modes automatically, but not the brightness. Fortunately changing the brightness requires only a few touches.
    . Screen can be hard to read in bright daylight.
    . Only one choice of female voice. I like the Australian English voice on my Garmin.
    . The spoken directions are not as concise as my Garmin, and the unit tends to repeat itself, which is either helpful or annoying depending on my mood.
    . No option to prompt the unit to repeat itself, such as if you don’t hear the directions over a loud stereo. In fairness, I don’t know of any portable GPS units that offer this feature.
    . The map is missing some streets vs. my Garmin
    . A few options are non-intuitive to reach. This isn’t a major problem since there aren’t that many options vs. some of the more high-end GPS units, but that makes these few occasions all the more vexing.
    . Does not display speed. I like this feature of my Garmin. There also is no “trip computer” although I don’t use this feature much.

    Top three features:

    1. Large high resolution wide screen.

    2. Text-to-Speech.

    3. Destination entry feature:

    As you enter letters in a city or street name, any letters that aren’t possible are grayed out. For example, maybe you enter a city name beginning with H. You might then see all letters except A,E,I,O,U,Y grayed out because there are no cities with any other character following the H. This makes entry easier because (A) the next key is easier to find because there are fewer letters to choose from, and (B) touching the wrong key is less likely.

    If I were buying a new GPS for myself, it would probably be a Garmin 750 for half again the price, but at the $300 price-point, the mostly minor compromises are acceptable.

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