Avengers: Infinity War is on track to be the biggest movie of all time, and with good reason: it rules. From the opening scene to the end when everyone agrees to disagree, it’s non-stop awesome.
If you haven’t seen it yet, that’s a huge bummer, but you’re probably familiar with the Infinity Gauntlet. Toss all those gnarly space stones into it, slip it on, and you can do whatever the heck you want, basically. Even real bad stuff.
But you don’t have to be an Eternal-Deviant hybrid to wield its awesome power. No, friends, you can use the power of the Internet to get your hands on, and hands into, your very own Infinity Gauntlet right now.
If you can find one of these, buy it and hold onto it. This is an amazing collectible with awesomely articulated fingers you can use to point at your foes or even harness the raw universal power to tickle them to tears. Pretty diabolical.
Hulk hands have been the go-to Marvel hand-wearable for a long time, but this light-up electronic Infinity Gauntlet is going to give them a run for their money. Pretty amazing considering there’s only one, while the Hulk hands are a matching pair. You mad, bro? Oh wait, yeah, I guess so.
If you’re a kid or you have kid-sized hands, save a few bucks and get this supple Infinity Gauntlet. It kind of looks like someone took a leather cold-weather work glove, like lumberjacks use, and added some jewelry to it. But also, did it very skillfully.
If you have these earrings you will be powerful enough to kill half the universe with the snap of your earlobes. No one should have that much power in a single ear, but you can.
Imagine harnessing the most powerful object in the universe and using it to crack open a cold one with your bros/sisses. Stop imagining and start making it a reality with this Infinity Gauntlet bottle opener. Six stones, six pack, coincidence? A little too tidy, if you ask me.
This is a very awesome replica and the product description promises it’s a 1:1 recreation, but it’s not made of metal so that’s not fair to say. In fact, it’s made of soft rubber, which makes it much more flexible. One of the user-submitted questions asks if you can snap your fingers with it, and the answer is “No.”
If snapping your fingers while wearing the Infinity Gauntlet is important to you, this version proudly touts the fact you can move your fingers while wearing it. However, this is because it seems to be made from the same weird rubber as those spooky werewolf Halloween masks, and so it looks kind of weird. Still, snap those fingers and flex your infinite power.
The limitless power of the mightiest relic in creation fails to harness the awesome power of compound interest. Your money will be safe inside this cool replica, but it won’t be earning any interest and will, in fact, lose value over a long enough time period. Maybe there’s another Infinity Stone out there: the Savings Stone?
Etsy store Mutual Rivals sells these amazing DIY Infinity Gauntlets for $10, which is a steal. You’d have a hard time building one yourself for that low, low price, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try. Have an adult help you with the hot glue gun!
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Seth Macy is IGN’s tech and commerce editor and owns dozens of pairs of gloves, none of which grant him any powers. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy.