Chronicle Collectibles is giving Jurassic Park fans the chance to own one of the most memorable props from the first Jurassic film. Nedry’s Barbasol can now be added to your collection and it is completely screen accurate and licensed.
Now, the final product will actually look better than those photos. The label is only stretched there because of the program the images came from. On the final product, it will be 100% screen accurate. Barbasol has also reportedly changed the shape of their can in the years since the film so Chronicle will make sure the shape of the can is appropriately vintage as well.
As you might expect though, the can won’t freeze or have real shaving cream in it. Things like that would make the collectible less durable (plus, you need the space for all this dinosaur embryos you’ve got hanging around, right?) And while the company wouldn’t confirm any moving parts inside the device, they wouldn’t deny them either. It will, of course, open to reveal the inside vials.
Beyond that, we know this is the first film fans have ever been able to own an official version of this item. Pre-orders are expected to start later this summer and will likely cost somewhere in the ballpark of $200. For more updates, keep an eye on the below link.