I know this board is full of Professionals and so I need the advices of all of you out there.
I have two helmets right now and I need answers:
I photographed both of them to show you the differences they have and I need input about what type of helmet these are and if they are ESB or ROTJ, as far as I know there are helmet differences too ... ?
Sorry for the bad lightning on the photos but I was in a hurry ... :-)
Both helmets have a blue-grey primer on.
Here are the Pics:
Frontview: Left is with green Visor and sharp in detail. Right is with black visor and min. 2 cm wider than the left one. Both helmet have identical height but they look so different ... the right one is easier to put on the head, the left one is harder to get on ... (big head here...) because the cheeks are slightly more inserted on the left one as on the right one.
Here are more pics:
Donīt worry about the right oneīs Visor, itīs just put in without any trimming so it reaches out a bit and lifts the helmet. I just put it in for comparison.
Backview: here you see the difference between the left and the right one more clearly ... the right one is wider ... height is equal, it just looks bigger on the right because of the Visor. Right oneīs missing the slots until now...
And now two shots for details on the mandibles:
This one is from the left one with the green Visor. It has very nice even mandibles. The work here is very good and sharp lined.
Thats the right one and you can see how bad the mandibles are. Nothing thats not to work out, but I just left both helmets as they arrived after buying.
The left one of both is my favorite, but I am still waiting for BM to give me the measures of his helmet....
I need to know, what kind of helmets these two could possibly be and what is more accurate ... I am new to this and so I hope you guys could give me tons of feedback.
Thanks for all infos I can get about those two helmets ...
Maybe someone can tell me what the height, width and circumference is best for an accurate helmet.
EDIT: Just to tell: Both helmets are fibreglas.