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1/350 Star Trek USS Enterprise A

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  • Assembly Required Skill Level 2. Ages 10 and up.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 16.5 x 5.1 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001J8R7QW
  • Item model number: POL808
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,060 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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Product Description

1/350 Scale. Back in-stock again! Can be built as NCC-1701 or 1701a includes decal sheet for both versions, display base with metal rod, inspection pod, TMP Shuttlecraft, Star Trek 5 shuttlecraft, lots of clear windows, detailed instructions. 33 inches long when complete! This release includes aztecing panel decals for superior detailing and finish. Muti- part decals cover saucer section, engineering hull, nacelles, struts and necks. Box art by Chris White. Skill level 2.

Customer Reviews

Very good detailed model.
I know it wont be that great but I will enjoy putting it together.
Oliver McLain
This is far better than the model I built decades ago.
S. Harris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

167 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Cary L. Brown on September 12, 2012
First off... as several other reviewers have pointed out, (a) this is not a TOY (despite the "ratings stars" pretending that it is) and (b) this is an absolutely HUGE model!

There are currently two different versions of this kit. The original one, created by Polar Lights when they were a separate company, and a new, somewhat revised version which was re-released by "Round 2" after they purchased the Polar Lights label (so it will carry both names, not just one). The differences aren't too extensive, but they're definitely noteable.

The original release was done in blue plastic, while the re-release is in white plastic. The original release has a "three point support" stand (two small holes in the aft underside of the saucer, and one slot on the underside secondary hull), while the re-release has a single-point support (using a solid steel rod) near the front underside of the secondary hull. The "three point" support is actually a bit more stable, but most people prefer the single-point stand, for appearance sake. And possibly most importantly (at least for the more casual builder), the re-release has a LOT more decals. The original release had all the appropriate detail decals, don't get me wrong. But when they re-released the kit, they also added in "aztec pattern" panel detailing decals, along with the original decals, making it relatively easy to create a very nice representation (not PERFECT, mind you, but more than adequate!) of the ship as seen on-screen, without requiring massive amounts of very detailed (and subtle) painting to achieve it. An "expert" model builder will likely not use these additional decals, and will instead choose to paint the ship (exactly as seen on-screen...
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Sci-Fi Fan on May 28, 2009
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Wow. I got this in the mail today. The box is huge. I've bought dvd players in smaller boxes. Against my better judgement (I don't have time to start on this right away), I opened the box (even the box is solid) and was confronted with two warp engines and the primary saucer filling the box. I know they say it's 32" (the box says 35"), but that still doesn't prepare you for the first sight of what is going to be one very large model. Sprue after sprue of plastic fill the box, including a ton of clear plastic for the main deflector, windows, photon torpedo tubes, and the warp nacelles. This kit just begs for lighting. But even if you don't, this is still an amazing kit. There's detailed interiors for the officer's lounge (below & behind the bridge), the arboretum (the big windows in the secondary hull) and the shuttle bay (complete with several types of shuttles). Oddly, though, there is nothing for the rec deck (the larger square windows on the back right of the saucer).

And if the thought of painting the famous aztec pattern is a little too daunting for you, Round 2/ Polar Lights have thoughtfully included decals of the aztec pattern for the entire ship, allowing anyone to produce an attractive model.

This is a big, beautiful kit, and is sure to be the centerpiece of any modeller's collection. Definitely a "must have," especially at this price.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Yu-Jin Chia TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 1, 2011
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This is a 1/350 plastic model kit of the USS Enterprise, configurable either as NCC-1701 (refit) or NCC-1701-A. Fully assembled, it's simply massive: just shy of a yard from stem to stern. I'd done a few starship kits a very long time ago, and had deviated into smaller waterline warship models. Quite frankly, I'm running out of places to put the things, so building big ones was out of the question. When I saw this one, however, I just couldn't resist- a kit of that size for this price is unheard of.

The kit comes in a huge box, which is the same width as the saucer. I was initially rather horrified to see an abundance of loose pieces that were clearly broken free of their trees, but fortunately most of the larger parts have their numbers molded on the part itself, and many of the smaller pieces have spares. It's likely you'll need some of the smaller clear ones in particular, as they're very easy to lose. The non-clear parts are molded in white, which coincidentally is the general hull color.

Detail is exquisite- panel lines are rendered in high detail, windows are visible and clear, decals are generally well done, and the interior sections are almost too detailed considering the little you can see. It even comes with unique engineering top, shuttlecraft, and optional parts for building the Refit vs. -A model Enterprise. A substantial amount of parts are done in clear plastic, mostly for interior windows. For the three internal sub-assemblies (officer's lounge, arboretum, and shuttle bay) there's either clear inserts to let light in or openings around which you could place internal lights. The kit is clearly designed to be lit, though it also looks fine without it.

The fit is, generally speaking, quite good. Mold quality is likewise good- not stellar, but good.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By SPFC63 on April 29, 2010
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Had to rig this with X-Mas Lights. Have found a site that offers the same exact model, however they cost a bit much. Guess I will have to do with how I have mine.
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