While you may call your car the Batmobile, there are other ways to step into the shoes of the superhero.
Check out these real-life gadgets, and get lost in the world of Batman.
Climb buildings, escape Arkham Asylum, and support over 1,000 pounds with industrial grapple hooks. Hooks with the rope are easy to find, but you’ll have to be in the military or seek out a custom creation to get your hands on the launching kind.
Bored at work or school? Make your escape with an instant smoke bomb. Batman often uses them to evade danger, and luckily this bat weapon is available in a number of real-life forms. You can simply buy fireworks that produce smoke, but for the best effect you should make your own flashing smoke bombs.
More trusty than Robin is Batman’s Batarang. Used to disarm bombs, open doors, and impale victims, the Batarang is the ultimate tool. Just make sure to throw this replica at a Joker-themed dart board and not real people!
Bruce Wayne can control his car with his voice, so why can’t you? Using the Super Tooth Voice Activated controls you can change the radio, dial numbers, send text messages and hear emails read to you.
The Batmobile can drive nearly anywhere thanks to night vision headlights. Reality has finally caught up with fiction as night vision headlights are included in many models of cars. Examples include the BMW 7-Series and the Lexus LX 470.
Don’t hide your love for Batman and his gadgets. Showcase it with an authentic utility belt. Features plenty of quick-access compartments, the belt is also stylish and goes with many types of clothes.
Everyone knows that Batman doesn’t fly – he glides. While you shouldn’t be jumping off of rooftops, you can learn to glide in style with professional wing suits. It’s the next best thing next to sky diving, and you have full control in a compact wing suit.
Arrest criminals in style with a great set of Batcuffs. These really aren’t any different from regular handcuffs, but they’re better because they’re bat-shaped. The heroic design is complete with a Bat-shaped key.
Keep track of suspicious activity with a stealth watch that no one will suspect is actually a night vision camera. Perfect for the dark and creepy crime-filled allies in your town.
One of Batman’s rare gadgets is the goo gun. Much like Spider-Mans webbing, the goo gun can trap criminals and block out critters. Many forms of the goo gun has been created including a Marine weapon in the 1990s.