Dead Space Plasma Cutter Full Size Replicas

Dead Space Plasma Cutter Full Size Replicas

Fans of the Dead Space video game series will want to get their hands on these Deal Space Plasma Cutter Full Size Replicas. Use the iconic Timson Tools 211-V plasma cutter or the Isaac Clarke plasma cutter from Dead Space 2 to blast away at the Necromorphs. These full size replicas have incredible detail, light up, and come with a really cool attache case for displaying, carrying, and storing.

Dead Space Timson Tools Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica

Dead Space Timson Tools Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica

  • The iconic Timson Tool 211-V Plasma Cutter is for you!
  • Blast away at the Necromorphs!
  • Mainstay tool for CEC miners in the survival horror video game Dead Space.
  • The same size as the Plasma Cutter utilized by Isaac Clarke!
  • Lights up and comes in a displayable carrying case.
  • Measures approximately 17″ long x 11″ tall x 3″ wide.
  • Weighs approximately 3 pounds.
  • Includes a 3.7 volt rechargeable battery.

Dead Space 2 Isaac Clarke Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica

Dead Space 2 Isaac Clarke Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica

  • Just like the Plasma Cutter built and utilized by Isaac Clarke!
  • From the survival horror video game Dead Space 2.
  • Lights up and comes in a uniquely designed display suitcase!
  • Measures approximately 17″ long x 11″ tall x 3″ wide.
  • Weighs approximately 3 pounds.
  • Includes a 3.7 volt rechargeable battery.

These Dead Space Plasma Cutter Full Size Replicas are due at Entertainment Earth any day now. You can pre-order the Dead Space Timson Tools Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica for $219.99 and the Dead Space 2 Isaac Clarke Plasma Cutter Full Size Replica for $239.99.

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