Materials: Stainless steel, acrylic, LED
Power source: Micro USB
Size: 8cm x 8cm x 6cm
The Reactor + Box package includes:
Fully assembled Mark I Arc Reactor
“Proof that Tony Stark has a heart” Reactor
High quality acrylic case (some assembly required)
The best gift for an Iron Man fan
A replica of the same reactor that Tony Stark had in his heart
Simply by connecting it, you will be able to see your new reactor shine.
As a true fan of Iron Man your task will be to create your own reactor. But don’t worry, with the reactor come some instructions to be able to assemble it without any difficulty.
Thanks to a USB cable it can be connected to the power supply to make it light up and look so beautiful, it is very simple.
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Made of high quality stainless steel and acrylics, this reactor is made to last.
It is the source of the Stark tower: It is not the version that Tony Stark carries on his chest, but a much larger replica is in charge of feeding all the energy expenditure that Tony’s tower has. Although the first reactor was designed by Tony’s father to feed the energy of New York, this has not been seen in the movies.
In Iron Man I during the final fight against his enemy, thanks to the power of the Stark Tower reactor they were able to finish him off. Although as a result of this the reactor was destroyed, it was rebuilt to turn the Stark Tower into the base of the Avengers
It is immune to EMP: Electromagnetic pulses are a very powerful weapon in action movies. Even if it is a small electric shock and seems harmless, it has a great power. It can bring down planes, helicopters and stop the operation of almost anything that runs on electricity.
Iron Man’s reactor is also powered by this energy source, but Tony Stark is a genius and made it immune to EMPs. This has been seen in some comics where some villains have tried to finish off Iron Man with an electromagnetic discharge and have only managed to turn off his suit. Although with the reactor intact, Tony can restart his suits in an instant.
It doesn’t keep him alive: It’s easy to think that the reactor is what keeps Tony alive, and it’s partly true. But what really kept Tony from dying is the electromagnet that keeps the shrapnel from digging into his heart. The function of the reactor is to keep the electromagnet energized to prevent the shrapnel from ending up in his heart and dying. So technically it is the source of energy so that it does not die.
It can be used as a bomb: Despite its great secret, and even its inclusion of a fail-safe that allows it to remotely detonate your suits if you are captured, many are still worried that the arc reactor will fall into the wrong hands. Realizing that he had to do more to protect the world from his own technology, Stark approached Danny Rand (Iron Fist) for help. The two worked on the reactor and made several modifications that prevent it from being used as a bomb.
Powering their energy suits: Although the arc reactor is immensely powerful, it’s not really an unlimited power source. While it is possible that the miniature reactor will power the electromagnet that was in Tony’s chest for the rest of his life, the various Iron Man suits use much more juice than a small electromagnet, and occasionally need to be recharged. We saw this in the movies, when Tony is shown charging his suit with a truck battery, but in theory he could use any power source.