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  1. Awesome, thanks for the info Mark it’s much appreciated.
  2. Hi FISD! Recently purchased this ROTJ helmet from ebay and wondering about the origin/original maker. I don’t know much about ROTJ helmets so I’m hoping one of you can help give me get a positive ID on it. It’s glossy on the outside, and matte on the inside. Has all the tells of a ROTJ helmet but unknown if it’s a CFO or not. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
  3. I personally really like the new helmet. But I also like ROTJ helmets so... I'm just happy we get to see original TKs on the big screen again.
  4. That's either an eFX LE or Master Replicas Stormtrooper helmet. Not the real deal.
  5. I had nearly exact same experience as you. Ordered a First Order Stormtrooper helmet from them which came with defects. Requested a replacement and returned the helmet to them. After weeks of no replies they told me it will take another 5-6 weeks for a replacement helmet. I told them to just give me a refund and I got my money back about a week later. This all happened in a span of 3 months. Their customer service is terrible. Shameful even. Especially for a licensed company.
  6. I think that's an exact match. Look at the right eye (left as you look at it) it is cut out almost exactly the same. Also, look at where the brow trim ends on the left side. Identical. I'm pretty sure that is Luke's helmet.
  7. Aren't we all? The work you've done on your RS lid is absolutely stunning. One of the best I've ever seen.
  8. The Anovos picture is a prototype. Notice the lens isn't even correctly bubbled but the production helmet is. Also, yes the mic tip is not supposed to be pointing completely straight forward. Here's some pics of a screen used helmet and you can clearly see the mic tip is twisted.
  9. Got my helmet in today. Overall, I'm very pleased with it and it's exactly what a I expected from a ~$250 helmet. Unfortunately mine has some slight rippling in the plastic on the forehead and chin area. Although those minor issues aren't enough to bother me, it might be an issue for some people. The adjustable liner is surprisingly comfortable and the visibility is much better (although slightly distorted) than the original Stormtrooper helmets. I took some pics with a comparison alongside my RS Prop Masters OT helmet below.
  10. Great info here: http://starwarshelmets.com/original-stormtrooper-comparisons.htm
  11. The low brow can be adjusted during the building process. Keep in mind the brow height varied quite a bit on the real original helmets used in the films. Some had low brows and some had really high brows. It really just depends how how the faceplate and rear "Cap & Back" sections are joined.
  12. See: http://www.whitearmor.net/forum/topic/11538-the-various-types-of-armor-and-where-to-find-them/ I vote RS Prop Masters or TM for the helmet if you want the most accurate or as mentioned above, ATA or MTK if you're on a smaller budget. Of course if you want a ROTJ helmet and/or armor look no further than CfO.
  13. Bapty & Co. are armorers in the UK who supplied weapons for ANH & ESB.
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