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Tim Burton’s now-classic Batman movie starting Michael Keaton as the Dark Knight pioneered comic book superhero films that are now ubiquitous. The star of the movie could arguably have been the huge, menacing Batmobile that upended our view of what Batman’s wheels could look like. LEGO has just created a 3,306-piece version of the iconic car in a two-foot-long kit that’s sure to please cinema-philes and comic book fans eveywhere. It has all the right cues from the movie car including huge fenders and wings, sliding canopy, grappling hooks, upright bat-logo’d wheel center caps, and that massive jet turbine. The car comes with Batman, Joker, and Vicki Vale minifigs, and if you order between November 29th and December 5th, you even get a smaller replica for free.

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Clean, sanitary air is more important than ever these days. If you want to take your protection to the next level, check out he the Project Black TR2 Tactical Respirator II. Developed in collaboration with Tier 1 Special Forces operators, this respirator is purpose built for the toughest environments out there while still accommodating eyewear and being comfortable enough for extended use even with facial hair. It also has superior field performance with 99% effectiveness (NIOSH N99 expected), incredible breathability and simple filter changes. Pre-order your Project Black TR2 Tactical Respirator II today!