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This is the new upgraded version (2020) of our Iron Man Mark 3 (III) armor costume. The following goals were achieved in this new version.

  • upgraded painting to the Mark 46 standard
  • new segmentation of armor pieces to realize better durability
  • new articulated structures of all the joints to realize better wearing experience and coverage
  • new helmet design to achieve a better visual presentation
  • more detailed and realistic chest Arc Reactor
  • upgraded articulated hand and finger armors to the Mark 46 standard
  • new shoe armors to allow a better walking experience
  • new electronic system to allow external power supply and remote control

Description

1:1 life-size wearable Iron Man Mark 3 (III) suit costume is made-to-measure and custom-made according to your add-on choices.

 

Details & Dimensions

  • Armor material: Polyurethane (PU) Plastic, ABS Plastic, aluminum alloy framework
  • Harness material: nylon straps, nylon plugs, Velcro hooks and loops
  • Painting: primer, color paint, high-gloss protection paint
  • Armor size: wearable 1:1 life-size, made to measure
  • Armor weight: around 15.4 lbs (7 kg), varies depending on your add-ons and accessories choice
  • Shipment size: approximate Height: 14" (36 cm) | Width: 43" (110 cm) | Depth: 22.5" (57 cm), varies depending on your measurements
  • Shipment weight: approximate 66 lbs (30 kg), varies depending on your add-ons and accessories choice

 

Shipping

  • Ships to North America 199 USD by DHL Air Express
  • Ships to other countries 249 USD by DHL Air Express

 

Delivery

  • North America, most of the European countries: 2 to 4 working days by DHL
  • South America, Australia, Asia, Africa, other countries: 4 to 6 business days by DHL

 

Price List

Basic Suit

  • Basic Mark 3 armor (with no add-ons nor accessories), 3,599 USD

Basic Add-ons & Accessories

  • Motorized face plate and eye lights, 149 USD
  • Refined Chest Arc Reactor light, 199 USD
  • 2 Refined Hand Repulsors with sound effect, 249 USD
  • Spandex body suit + Height-increasing shoe insoles, 59 USD

Advanced Add-ons & Accessories

  • Blue lights under the chest armor, 39 USD
  • Shoe bottom Repulsors with walking sound effect, 199 USD
  • Voice changer, 99 USD
  • Universal Aluminium Alloy Stand (UAAS) with external power supply and remote control, 499 USD

 

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New Wearable Iron Man Mark 3 III Armor Costume Suit 1

New Wearable Iron Man Mark 3 III Armor Costume Suit 1

New Wearable Iron Man Mark 3 III Armor Costume Suit 1

New Wearable Iron Man Mark 3 III Armor Costume Suit 1

New Wearable Iron Man Mark 3 III Armor Costume Suit 1

 

Control System

The master switch, inside the chest armor. Turn on before you put on the chest armor. It controls following add-ons.

  • general electronic control board
  • 2 hand lights
  • refined Chest Arc Reactor light
  • blue lights under the chest armor

 

Left hand triggers, beside the left index finger. Controlled by your left thumb. They control the following add-ons.

  • L1: helmet face plate and eye lights
  • L2: left Refined Hand Repulsor

 

Right hand triggers, beside the right index finger. Controlled by your right thumb. it controls the following add-on.

  • R1: right Refined Hand Repulsor

 

Left / right shoe armor switch control, beneath the shoe protector. Turn on before you put on the shoe armors. They control the following add-ons.

  • L4 / R4: left / right shoe bottom lights

 

Harness System

Generally speaking, after you get familiar with the structure, you will only need about 30 minutes to put on the armor.

Important: You are not able to put on the armor without someone else to help you.

The armor can be divided into the following wearing units (sorted by wearing sequence):

  • thighs & legs
  • shoes
  • belly & crotch
  • helmet & neck
  • chest & back
  • arms
  • gauntlets (hands)

 

 

History:

The Iron Man suit Mark 2 was first debuted in the movie Iron Man 1 after Tony Stark escaping the Ten Rings. The Iron Man suit Mark II (2) was developed as a prototype with an emphasis on exploring flight potential. It was discovered the Mark 2 had a problem with freezing at high altitudes. This issue was solved with a refined titanium-gold alloy used in the Iron Man suit Mark 3 (III) armor. The Iron Man suit Mark 2 was then turned into War Machine equipped with weapons from Justin Hammer in the movie Iron Man 2.

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    How to measure Bare Foot Stand Height?

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    Take off shoes and remove anything on your head (besides hair). Stand with your back against the wall with your feet together. Make your body as straight as possible.
     
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    How to measure your Weight?

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    Remove your shoes and heavy clothing.
     
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    How to measure your Head Breadth?

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    We need your head breadth NOT your head circumference.

    Step 1:
    Stand against a wall and put two books above the top edge of your ears, move closer the books until they tightly reach your head sides. You need someone else to help you.

    Step 2:
    Now you can walk away from the wall but please keep the books unmoved. Measure the distance between the two books to get your head breadth.

    Notice:

    • If you have thick hair in the side of your head, you NEED to take it into consideration.
    • If you wear eye glasses, you NEED NOT to take them into consideration.
    • Take several measurements to see if you get the same results and to make sure you have done it correctly.

    You can also make sure the measurement with a paperboard. Simply cut a slot on it with the same width with the measurement result, and if it can be fit on your head it means the measurement is correct.

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    How to measure your Little finger length?

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    Please measure from the tip of your each finger to where the finger connects to the palm of your hand (specifically, measure to the crease between palm and finger, indicated on the diagram).

     
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    How to measure your Ring finger length?

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    Please measure from the tip of your each finger to where the finger connects to the palm of your hand (specifically, measure to the crease between palm and finger, indicated on the diagram).

    For thumb finger length best results:

    • Use a straight edge, solid ruler not a measuring tape Let your thumb finger curl naturally
    • Fine the crease between Palm and thumb as indicated on diagram
    • Start your measurement at the crease by placing the start of the ruler at the indicated crease
    • Straighten your thumb along the ruler
    • Determine and record the length of your thumb

     
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    How to measure your Middle finger length?

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    Please measure from the tip of your each finger to where the finger connects to the palm of your hand (specifically, measure to the crease between palm and finger, indicated on the diagram).

    For thumb finger length best results:

    • Use a straight edge, solid ruler not a measuring tape Let your thumb finger curl naturally
    • Fine the crease between Palm and thumb as indicated on diagram
    • Start your measurement at the crease by placing the start of the ruler at the indicated crease
    • Straighten your thumb along the ruler
    • Determine and record the length of your thumb

     
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    How to measure your Index finger length?

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    Please measure from the tip of your each finger to where the finger connects to the palm of your hand (specifically, measure to the crease between palm and finger, indicated on the diagram).

    For thumb finger length best results:

    • Use a straight edge, solid ruler not a measuring tape Let your thumb finger curl naturally
    • Fine the crease between Palm and thumb as indicated on diagram
    • Start your measurement at the crease by placing the start of the ruler at the indicated crease
    • Straighten your thumb along the ruler
    • Determine and record the length of your thumb

     
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    How to measure your Thumb finger length?

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    Please measure from the tip of your each finger to where the finger connects to the palm of your hand (specifically, measure to the crease between palm and finger, indicated on the diagram).

    For thumb finger length best results:

    • Use a straight edge, solid ruler not a measuring tape Let your thumb finger curl naturally
    • Fine the crease between Palm and thumb as indicated on diagram
    • Start your measurement at the crease by placing the start of the ruler at the indicated crease
    • Straighten your thumb along the ruler
    • Determine and record the length of your thumb

     
    Finger knuckle breadth
    Palm
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    How to measure your Palm width?

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    Please measure across the widest part of your palm (between the starting points of the palm print). These point can best be determined by the using the natural lines on your hands as reference points as indicated by the line highlighted in the diagram. To see these lines clearly, relax your hand while measuring.

     
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    Shoe Size Chart

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    The shoe armors have a pair of built-in shoes.

    The shoe armors have 5 sizes (S, M, L, XL and XXL) corresponding to your normal shoes size.

    Notice:

    If your shoes have different sizes, the small size shall prevail (For example, if you wear shoes of size 42 and 43, your shoe size is “M”).

    SizeEUUSCAUKAUMXJP
                   
    S <=37            
    37 5.5 5.5 5   - 23.5
    38 6 6 5.5   25 24
    39 6.5 - 7.0 6.5 - 7.0 6 - 6.5   - 24.5
    M 40 7.5 7.5 7   26 25-25.5
    41 8 8 7.5   27 26
    42 8.5 8.5 8 8.5 28 26.5-27
     L 43 9 - 9.5 9 - 9.5 8.5 - 9 9 29 27.5-28
    44 10 10 9.5 10.5 30 28.5
     XL 45 10.5 - 11 10.5 - 11 10 - 10.5 11.5 - 29
    46 11.5 11.5 11.5 12 31 30
    XXL  47 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 - 13 32 31
    >=47            
     
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    Body circumference

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    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
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    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
    [?] [?]
    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
    [?] [?]
    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
    [?] [?]
    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
    [?] [?]
    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
    [?] [?]
    Body circumference

    [?]

    Neck Circumference

    There are two methods of determining your neck circumference:  Method 1: Simply measure the circumference around the thickest part of your neck as indicated on the diagram.  Method 2: Measure around the lower part of the neck.

    Chest Circumference

    Place a tape measure under your armpits and put it around the fullest part of your chest. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Waist Circumference

    Put a tape measure around your BELLY BUTTON. Don’t suck your stomach. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Hip Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around the WIDEST part of your hips and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

    Thigh Circumference

    Do this measurement as high up your thigh as possible. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your thigh. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Calf Circumference

    Do this measurement around the widest part of your calf as indicated by the red line in the diagram. Wrap the tape measure around ONE of your calf. Make sure the tape measure isn't too loose or too tight.

    Axillary Arm Circumference

    Wrap the tape measure around your arm above the bicep and underneath the axilla or armpit and make sure it isn't too loose or too tight.

     
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  • Basic Add-ons 
    Basic Add-ons
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      I need this.+$149No, thanks.I need this.+$149No, thanks.
      Motorized face plate and eye lights

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      There is no doubt that this is the must-have iconic feature of the Wearable Iron Man armor suit. When the face plate is closed the eye lights will quickly blink three times and then illuminate steady white light. And when the face plate is opened the eye lights will be off.

      Related FAQ

      Q: Can I still see outside when the face plate is down and the eye lights are on?

      A: Yes, you can see what and who is in front of you so you can walk without running into something.

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      I need this.+$199No, thanks.I need this.+$199No, thanks.
      Refined Chest Arc Reactor light

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      The refined chest Arc Reactor contains a LED light plate and an exterior detraction layer made of aluminum alloy, copper, acrylic and ABS.

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      I need this.+$249No, thanks.I need this.+$249No, thanks.
      Hand Repulsors / Lights

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      Refined Hand Repulsors with sound effect

      Once activated, the light intensity of the Repulsors will increase to a peak then dim to normal level along with the sound effect just like that in the movie. The left and the right Refined Hand Repulsors are separately controlled.

    +$499
    +$899
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      Blue lights under the chest armor

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      Simple but sexy. Once turned on the 6 LED beads will generate blue light reflecting over the belly armor to create a technological aesthetic feeling.

      Related FAQ

      Q: Do you think I should take this add-on?

      A: Why not?

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      I need this.+$199No, thanks.I need this.+$199No, thanks.
      2 Shoe bottom lights

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      In the movie, the Iron Man suit achieves sustained flight using both the Repulsors on its hands and under the shoes.

      The shoe bottom lights are mounted under the bottom of the shoe armors and protected by a steel frame structure around the lights with a layer of acrylic glass.

      New feature: walking sound effects on each step.

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      Voice changer

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      The voice changer aims to simulate the sound effect that comes through the real Iron Man helmet just like that in movie. There is an audio amplifier for the voice changer and a volume control so you can speak normally but people can hear you loud.

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    • Scarlet red $59
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    Our Specially designed bodysuit covers the entire body except the face. There is a zipper in the back for you to put on and off the suit and a zipper under the crotch for you to go to the bathroom.

    The Height-increasing shoe insoles add more length to your legs so you will have a better overall visual presentation after you put on your armor costume.

     
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    please select
    • Black color $549
    • Silver color $499
    • No, thanks.
     
     

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    You can use a UAAS to store and exhibit your armor costume when you are not wearing it.

    Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) for All Our Armor Costumes is Available Now 1 Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) for All Our Armor Costumes is Available Now 2 Put a Iron Man Mark II 2 Armor Costume on to a Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) 1 Put a Iron Man Mark II 2 Armor Costume on to a Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) 2 Put a Iron Man Mark II 2 Armor Costume on to a Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) 3 Put a Iron Man Mark II 2 Armor Costume on to a Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) 4 Put a Iron Man Mark II 2 Armor Costume on to a Universal Aluminium Alloy Support (UAAS) 5

     
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Bare foot stand height
Weight
Head breadth
Neck circumference
Chest circumference
Waist circumference
Hip circumference
Axillary arm circumference
Thigh circumference
Calf circumference
Shoes size chart
Little finger length ("pinky finger")
Ring finger length
Middle finger length
Index finger length
Thumb finger length
Palm Width
 
Motorized Face Plate and Eye Lights
Refined Chest Arc Reactor Light
Refined Hand Repulsors with sound effect
 
Spandex body suit + Height-increasing shoe insoles
Universal Aluminium Alloy Stand (UAAS) with external power supply and remote control
 
Add-on options
Blue Lights under the Chest Armor
Shoe Bottom Repulsors with Walking Sound Effect
Voice Changer
 
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