Officially Cool

Holy fetish Batman! You can take these puppies one way or another. They could be a cool geek toy for your collection, or a cool geek toy for umm other purposes. They can draw up childhood fantasies of rounding up a gang of thugs and slapping some Bat-cuffs on them, or some other fantasies involving Catwoman or Harley Quinn.

If you think these are a toy though, think again. These are for serious Bat-fans. These are official replicas from the JLA Trophy Room. At a cool $136.99, these cuffs are set to hit shelves in January 2009.

One of Batman’s most famous crime-fighting gadgets is the latest addition to the JLA Trophy Room: life-sized, fully functioning Bat-Cuffs – the same size as regulation police handcuffs!

Reproduced for the first time ever as a high-quality prop replica, these metal Bat-Cuffs unlock with a special bat-shaped key. They fold in half for easy transport, or can be displayed on the included stand. Packaged in a 4-color box, the Bat-Cuffs also come with a certificate of authenticity and a second, duplicate Bat Key.

Either way, these are Officially Cool. On a side note, I love the Bat-key.



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