Christian R. am
It's very well made. The steel is extremely well shaped, it may result a bit thicker than 1.6mm and that's great.
It's a good craft, the wieldings doesn't bother and those looks sturdy (I will test it soon enough).
It looks practically the same as the historical piece and the inner liner is a sign of attentions to details.
The size can fit perfectly with your simple (1.5cm thick) arming cap on a medium plus - big head, and it can fit EVEN with a chainmail coif, without resulting too stiff! It's very comfortable.
The locking pin doesn't connect with the visor (didn't fixed it for now), so it doesn't stay opened and closed, it looks easy to fix enough. The metal borders around the face are a bit sharp and may cut (1min work with 240grit sandpaper).
Harry L. am
Very well done reproduction of an original museum-piece. Clean lines, good articulation on the lobstertail, nice satin finish, sizing is good for my big head, fits very well with a thin arming cap, only reason I didn't give it five stars was that the locking pin on the visor doesn't quite connect.
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