# Armour stand

Armour stand
Icon
Furniture nameArmour repair stand
Released31 May 2006 (Update)
Level55
Experience500 xp
RoomWorkshop
HotspotRepair space
FlatpackableNo
ExamineYou can repair armour here.
Object ID6802
Icon Item ID8391

The armour stand can be built in the repair space of the workshop in a player-owned house. It requires 55 Construction to build, granting 500 experience. The player must have a hammer and a saw in their inventory to build it.

This piece of furniture is useful in its ability to repair armours such as Barrows equipment.

## Creation

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Construction55 (b)500
Members
Ticks5 (3s)
ToolsFacilitiesNone
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Oak plank83,496
Limestone brick1219
Total Cost3,715
Armour stand1N/A

## Repair cost breakdown

It costs less to repair Barrows equipment at an armour stand compared to paying Bob in Lumbridge. Stat boosts do affect the price of repair. The formula used to calculate the cost at a repair stand is:

${\displaystyle {\text{Cost}}_{\text{AS}}={\text{Cost}}_{\text{NPC}}\times \left(1-{\frac {\text{Smithing Level}}{200}}\right)}$

A player with a Smithing level of 60, for instance, would pay 70% of normal cost:

${\displaystyle 1-{\frac {60}{200}}={\frac {70}{100}}}$

Simply put, every 2 Smithing levels reduces the repair cost by 1% when compared to an NPC vendor. At level 99 this equals roughly 50% in savings.

Damaged armour can also be repaired at an armour stand and give a player a platebody of a random metal from bronze to mithril. Broken armour can also be repaired at the stand and give a player a platelegs or plateskirt of random metal, from bronze to mithril. There is a chance with either armour types of breaking it beyond repair.

## Barrows item repairs calculator

The following calculator can be used to see how Smithing level and boosts affects the repair cost of Barrows items.

Templates used Calculator:Barrows item repair/Template

Calculates the cost to repair Barrows equipment at different levels of degradation from a player-owned house armour stand or from Bob, Tindel Marchant, Dunstan, or Squire.

The price listed is the maximum possible cost at that percentage. It may be up to 120, 180, 160, or 200 cheaper by for helmets, bodies, legs, or weapons respectively.

template = Calculator:Barrows item repair/Template
form = barrowsItemRepairForm
result = barrowsItemRepairResult

param = name|Name||hs|smithingLevel,14,1;
param = smithingLevel|Smithing level|1|int|1-99
param = boost|Smithing boost|0|int|0-5


 This calculator requires JavaScript to run.

## Changes

Date Changes
19 September 2013
(update)

Player-owned house armour stands will no longer overcharge you for repairing Barrows kit.

22 February 2013
(update)

This content was included when the Old School RuneScape servers officially launched.