An Iron Man Bluetooth Speaker is More Useful Than Most Collectibles

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Unless you’ve managed to hold on to the imagination that inspired your make-believe childhood adventures, all those comic book collectibles you’ve bought don’t do much more than decorate your den. Except for this Iron Man helmet replica that’s secretly also a wireless Bluetooth speaker.

An Iron Man Bluetooth Speaker Is More Useful Than Most Collectibles

At 20 centimetres tall it’s a perfect 1:1 scale replica of Tony Stark’s actual Iron Man helmet, but since it’s packed full of electronics you unfortunately can’t wear it. But that’s ok, because you can instead wirelessly connect your smartphone to it to blast your tunes, connect to another audio source via a cable as needed, or even just plug a flash drive in the back full of MP3s.

An Iron Man Bluetooth Speaker Is More Useful Than Most Collectibles

The Iron Man helmet speaker won’t be available until closer to the end of May, which is ideal because it gives you about a month to scrape together the $450 (£297) Brando wants for it. Steep, but once you also get the torso CD player, leg woofers, and surround-sound arms, your Iron Man stereo suit will be the envy of all the Avengers—or your neighbours. [Brando]

An Iron Man Bluetooth Speaker Is More Useful Than Most Collectibles

An Iron Man Bluetooth Speaker Is More Useful Than Most Collectibles


This article originally appeared on Toyland, Gizmodo's toys and collectibles blog