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Dark Gray 5' Skeleton is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love my Skeleton! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and Boney is a great addition to my Halloween collection. So excited to show him off!
Date published: 2020-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the dark color! I love this dark skeleton! The color makes it extra eery! Will make an excellent riding companion in my hearse!!
Date published: 2020-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dark Gray Skeleton such a delight! I am the first one that is always skeptical on skeletons that never last. Bought this one and it is so nice, the joints move with ease and looks great! Easy to stage! Very well built and expected to last seasons giving my designs for Halloween that extra they needed. The color gray looks great on this skeleton! Would highly recommend to anyone!
Date published: 2020-08-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Slightly Below Average Quality This skeleton has joints that lock into place for posing. Arms and legs only move up and down, front to back. Not a full, out to the side, posing capability. Wrists don't pivot around. Only move up or down, like feet. Head can be turned. Spine is stiff. Jaw opens and closes. Overall the quality of the build is that which you can find in other local brick and mortar stores for less than half, or more, of the Grandin Road cost. At least the ones in those stores also come with LED eyes, and are built a bit to feel a bit more 'solid'. Less of a flimsy plastic. The only wow-factor with this skeleton is it simply has a base coat of black matte paint with a top coat dry brushing technique of dark silver. I've decided to get a cheaper (sturdier) LED white skeleton, and take an hour or so to copy this painting style. I'll add LED eyes to this Grandin Road one. Maybe even make some 'ping pong ball' eyes and insert over installed LED's... Buahahaha! Overall, It's an ok product. I do feel duped, though.
Date published: 2021-10-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very poor quality. I got a white skeleton from a big box last week for less than half of what I paid for this one. I wanted the rainbow one Grandin Road they had in years past but it was sold out so I settled on this one. I was shocked at the quality when it arrived. It's worse than the one from the big box store. My white one from T has multiple locking joint positions and seems very tight. This gray one only has one position for each joint. So if you go past the locking spot it's just floppy. Not posable at all really. You can either have it standing or sitting. We noticed some of the screws were cross threaded and some weren't completely put into position either. Another poor design is the screws are visible from the front. It makes it look really cheesy. The one from T has all of the screws in the back so they're not visible at all. Lastly it's not adult sized. I think they use props to make it appear to be but it's almost the exact size of my 12 year old. So they're like kid skeletons not adult skeletons. So adult clothing doesn't fit unless they are extra small. Still on the hunt for an adult sized Skelton of quality. I included photos of the screws visible in the front, the cross threaded nut, and the one screw and plug that wasn't put together properly. I will fix what I can but I can't fix the floppy parts due to the bumps in the plastic missing or the fact that there is only one for each joint. The paint isn't good, it's chipped, rubbed off on the shipping box, and just not good either. It's not a horrible skeleton but WAY overpriced. Get a cheaper one from another store.
Date published: 2021-10-01
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Can the arms from the elbow down be removed? I want to put a straight jacket on him but I believe I would have to do this in order for his arms to look like they are crossed in front of him.

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Product:168047-Dark Gray 5\' Skeleton