Interest BTTF Plutonium Fuel Cell Canister ($75 plus $15 shipping)

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markpoon

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Our canister is designed based on the actual dimension of the prop store canister so the length of the plutonium rod is correct. There’s another plate that’s glued to the inner & outer tube so water stays inside the canister, no worries


Looks great, markpoon .
Just a little thing on the plutonium bar. Maybe you made it longer on the top part? I see the clear part above the sticker quite long. Clear top part of the bar should be about the same height than the sticker (check original props or movie stills), and your clear part looks longer.
Also, bottom part comes off easily for switching them, but will it be safe to fill the canister with water with the bottom part so easy to remove?
 

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Roland

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No, the original screen used rod is not painted, the bottom is transparent while the top is clear red.
Yes, the original rods are painted clear red. Here's a picture of a screen used rod where you can see the red paint flaking. ;)
 

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Roland

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It's close enough. ;) To be honest: I would prefer a translucent red rod to a rod which is just painted. 100 % prop accuracy isn't always the best solution.
 

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