Batman (The Television Series) premiered January 12, 1966 and ran for three seasons. The series follows the adventures of millionaire Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson. A crime fighting duo who as, "Batman and Robin" defend Gotham City from a colorful network of archvillains. The 120th episode aired on March 14, 1968.
Throughout the series, Batman and Robin utilize a myriad of high-tech devices in their pursuit of Gotham's most villainous. Among the seemingly endless amount of gear stored within their utility belts is the Bat-Radio. Capable of clean transmission throughout Gotham, this bat shaped 2-way transceiver (walkie-talkie) insured the Dynamic-Duo were in constant communication when otherwise separated.
The original props (primarily manufactured in wood) were hand cut and adorned with collapsible brass antenna. A simple light, denoting transmission was the only other feature present on the hero models.
Paragon FX Group in association in Warner Bros. proudly presents this official replica of the Bat-Radio. Prior to production, Paragon's staff spent months studying the history of the original props to ensure that the replica you have before you becomes a cherished part of your personal collection.
Construction is cast resin, acrylic, and brass. This replica has a satisfying weight to it! Features include a lights and sound option that can be toggled between at your discretion. The light feature at the press of a button (like the original) and for fun, we've added multiple voice samples of Batman and Robin from the show.
- The Bat-Radio has multiple electronic settings: 1 light and sound, 1 light only, and off. This item requires a 9V battery to function.
Estimated to ship in January 2023. Estimated ship date is subject to change. We are unable to accept returns or exchanges. Your method of payment will be charged at the time of sale. All sales are final.