This isn’t laser tag, kid — things just got real. Decimate your intergalactic foes (figuratively, of course) with the Star Trek: The Original Series Phaser Replica Universal Remote. The ’60s TV classic featuring the legendary crew of the USS Enterprise gets a reboot with The Wand Company’s genuine seven-inch replica of the iconic accessory. It’s so screen-accurate, you’ll feel like you’re channeling all the heroes who held it.
Re-create your favorite Star Trek scenes with this advanced technology. Wrap your hand around the handle, close your eyes and transport yourself to the 23rd century. It’s perfect for Trekkies of all ages! Click on the photo below to reserve yours.
George Orwell predicted that 1984 would be the year all the crazy dystopian stuff went down. And maybe he was right . . . I mean, is it really a coincidence that one of the most legendary sci-fi films of all time came out that same year? This is for the ultimate movie buff in your life (even if that buff is you)! We’ve got a Star Trek III movie phaser, exactly what you need to embark on the search for Spock.
Diamond Select Toys has developed this life-size weapon as a two-part affair comprised of a removable Type 1 “cricket” phaser and a Type 2 pistol grip. You’ll feel like you’re right in the thick of things with light-up and sound effects that are true to the 1984 film experience. “Try-Me” packaging sets off this awesome advancement in role-play technology. Don’t miss out!
Diamond Select Toys has brought us this amazing 18-inch vehicle figure that will make you feel like you’re searching for Spock yourself! Take in this test version of the legendary interplanetary glider U.S.S. Excelsior, as seen in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Leonard Nimoy’s 1984 work became a quintessential element of the Star Trek franchise, and what better way to remember the magic than with the NX-2000?
LED light-up functions and sound effects, including dialogue by Captain Styles taken straight from the film itself, set this ship apart. “Try-Me” packaging is perfect for display, too. Grab this 18-inch piece of Star Trek history today!
Captain (Harry) Styles?
Red alert! Red alert! The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-B has taken a direct hit from the Nexus Wave, and all decks have suffered major damage! The Excelsior-class starship is back with all-new paint deco to replicate its on-screen damage from Star Trek: Generations! Packaged in a “Try Me” window box so customers can test its movie-accurate lights and sounds, the Enterprise B measures 16 inches long and comes with an adjustable display stand.
The Star Trek U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000 was famously the first command of Enterprise helmsman Hikaru Sulu, and as such holds a place in a many a Trekker’s heart. This electronic starship is finally leaving drydock! The U.S.S. Excelsior, registry number NCC-2000, commanded by Captain Hikaru Sulu, came to the rescue at the end of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, when it helped the Enterprise defeat General Chang and his experimental Bird of Prey. The U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000 ship measures 16-inches long and features film-accurate lights and sound effects, as well as the voice of George “Sulu” Takei himself. Includes adjustable display stand.
Sculpted by Patrick Piggott! Saving is logical, but busts are fun! Satisfy your human and Vulcan halves with the first in DST’s fascinating new line of Star Trek vinyl bust banks! This 8-inch rendering of the USS Enterprise’s famous first officer, Mr Spock, has a coin slot in the back and an access door in the base so you can store your spare change, as well as your conflicting emotions!
The all-new Star Trek Select line is boldly going forward, and leaving the 23rd century behind! The next figure to get the deluxe, 7-inch treatment from DST is Captain Jean-Luc Picard, from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Striking an attack pose atop a detailed Borg battle scene display base, this figure will feature limited articulation as well as exacting sculpt and paint. Figure comes in display-ready Select packaging.
Sculpted by Patrick Pigott! The all-new Star Trek Select line is boldly going forward, and leaving the 23rd century behind! The next figure to get the deluxe, 7-inch treatment from DST is Captain Jean-Luc Picard, from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Striking an attack pose atop a detailed Borg battle scene display base, this figure will feature limited articulation as well as exacting sculpt and paint. Figure comes in display-ready Select packaging, with shelf reference panel.
Scheduled Release Date: June 2014
Finally watched the New Star Trek: Into Darkness movie this weekend and I enjoyed it. I am a big fan of the original series and I like this second installment of Star Trek reboot. The only thing I didn’t like was the portrayal of Chekov. I didn’t care for the actor and the way the movie portrayed Chekov. Scotty and Bones were great. I even liked the guy from Harold and Kumar who played Sulu. I noticed that we just got in a new product line from Diamond Select based on the original characters of Star Trek. There are two different figures released so far: Captain Kirk and Mr Spock. They are about 7 inches tall and are done quite well. Check out what else we carry from the Star Trek franchise in action figures by clicking the image below (oh, we also have a bunch of phasers and communicators which we sell a ton of at conventions….gotta love those Trekkies).
From QMX comes this awesome replica of a classic Star Trek communicator, based on its look in Star Trek : The Next Generation. Crafted from one of the only remaining sets of original molds (itself painstakingly restored in-house), it’s also painted based on an original screen-used badge and rendered in gold- and silver-finished metal. Best of all, it uses strong, short-field magnets to stick on, meaning you don’t have to put any holes in your screen-accurate outfit!