Today’s review features the 3D sculpted AT-AT necklace made by Bioworld. I have such a weakness for AT-AT things, as soon as I spotted this necklace I knew I needed it. The AT-AT silhouette is a popular necklace design (like the Body Vibe version), but it is much rarer to find a 3D sculpt used in jewelry.
The AT-AT necklace is currently available from a number of sellers on Amazon, with prices ranging from US$8.00 to US$14.51 each – shipping rates and policies vary by seller.
Bioworld AT-AT necklace – US$8.00 to US$14.51 each
The necklace came packaged on a branded cardboard backing card, with the chain tucked behind in a little pocket.
The necklace features a 3D sculpted AT-AT pendant, with an antiqued silver finish. The darker tones really work for this sculpt – a shiny silver wouldn’t have worked quite as well for the Imperial walker design. There is an impressive amount of detail for the pendant size, which is just fantastic.
The pendant is created with 2 sides joined together, with the ‘head’ attached in between. The AT-AT pendant measures approximately 38mm long, 31mm tall, and 80mm wide. I thought the 3D sculpted pendant might be a little heavy, but it’s not. The thinner parts of the legs and ‘neck’ feel sturdy, and the ‘chin guns’ have rounded tips to avoid any pointed sharp ends.
While the ‘feet’ aren’t perfectly flat, the AT-AT pendant can stand up on it’s own fairly well. Not that necklaces need to stand on flat surfaces, but I think it’s cute that it can! The mid-stride position captures the classic AT-AT movement well, I almost expect to catch this little figure walking across my desk! As this is licensed item, I expected to find the standard ‘LFL’ copyright stamp on the pendant somewhere, but curiously I can’t find it.
The chain measures approximately 46cm long, with a further 8cm length for adjustment. The clasp is a standard ‘lobster’ style clasp, in the same antiqued silver finish as the chain and pendant. The necklace chain is quite small, which I really like – it helps keep the necklace design from feeling too chunky.
While I don’t think you could describe this military vehicle as ‘feminine’, this necklace feels like a women’s necklace (especially compared to the unisex version from Body Vibe). I really love the size and detail of the pendant sculpt – a great addition to any Hoth or Imperial themed outfit. It’s so cute! 🙂