BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica Keeps You in the Game

BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica Perfect For Infinite Fans

The BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica is so realistic that you might try nabbing a Sky-Line or breaking the necks of your enemies. Please don’t! [Image shared by Amazon]

“SKY-HOOK: Ride the rails of the sky for the fastest travel in Columbia!” – Fink Manufacturing advertisement

If you’ve ever played BioShock Infinite, you’ve probably already experienced the sheer thrill of catching a ride on flying city Columbia’s Sky-Lines with the aid of your trusty Sky-Hook (or breaking the necks of those who would stop you from doing so). But what would it be like to hold one in your very hands instead of merely grasping it vicariously through your gaming console control of choice?

The BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica exists to ensure that you never have to wonder again!

BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica is Disarmingly Realistic

While some replicas are created purely as static props to decorate costumes for Halloween or Comic-Con, the BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica actually has moving parts that mimic the action of the device in the game! The user only needs to apply pressure to the trigger, which causes the gears — as well as the three hooks — to spin wildly; no batteries are required! In addition, this replica is detailed with leather and metal textures, engravings, and screws that simulate holding the piece together.

Not Riding the Sky-Lines? BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica Displays Nicely

Before you run out and buy the BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica with the intention of using it as a weapon, you may want to give your purchase (and maybe your overall upbringing) a second thought. This is a replica made of plastic — not metal. Keeping this in mind, this replica is as good as it gets for duplicating the real thing.

Get your own BioShock Infinite Sky-Hook Replica and let your spirits (if not your actual body) fly!

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