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Diamond Select Toys Star Trek: The Original Series Black Handle Phaser

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  • Most iconic props in science fiction history
  • Classic replica recreates star trek Phaser in every detail
  • Features a removable type 1 phaser complete with light-up and sound effects
  • Also features multiple settings for the authentic Star Trek experience
  • Includes authentic action lights and sounds and adjustable power settings
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 6 x 8.5 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GPWNWM
  • Item model number: OCT074330
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,565 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Get ready to "stun" all your Trekkie friends? From the original 1960s Star Trek series comes this accurate black-handled Phaser weapon. This is the classic pistol grip design, complete with light-up action and authentic sounds from the TV series, perfect for any landing party. Requires three "AA" batteries, included.

From the Manufacturer

A Diamond Select Release. An Art Asylum Sculpt. DST and Art Asylum bring you this replica Phaser, painstakingly accurate to the originals seen on the classic Star Trek. Featuring a black handle and "Try Me" window box, fans are sure to "beam" this unique piece into their collections. With sounds taken directly from the series, here's one Phaser fans will set to overload. Includes authentic action lights and sounds and adjustable power settings.

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Customer Reviews

Type 1 phaser removes from the type 2 phaser pistol!
Erik V. Bowen
A dial allows you to adjust intensity of the beam (once again, sound effects and flashing lights).
Robert Carnevali
The sounds are clear and the quality is very good overall.
C. Henderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Robert Carnevali on March 31, 2007
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When I was a kid, and the original Star Trek was a new show, I dreamt of having my own phaser. My own "ray gun". When I opened the packaging and held onto the phaser, all of the old memories came rushing forward! A childhood dream had come true!

The unit is remarkably faithful to the original series. In the original series, there were two types of handheld phasers the crew used: a small, personal, palm-sized Type I phaser; and a pistol-gripped, handgun-style Type II. The Type II phaser consisted of a pistol-gripped housing that a Type I phaser would be inserted into, focusing and amplifying the beam from the Type I unit.

This unit has both Type I and Type II phasers. The Type I is just like the original series, with a thumb-wheel dial that increases the intensity of the beam (in this case, the sound effect and speed of the flashing LED on the front of the unit). A second switch causes the upper panel of the unit to elevate slightly for better "targetting". The "trigger" is a button on the bottom of the unit (since the actual unit used in the show had no visible firing mechanism).

The Type I palm unit snaps into the Type II housing, powering the Type II housing. A trigger button in the pistol grip fires the weapon, causing the sound effects and flashing the acrylic plastic "barrel" in front. A dial allows you to adjust intensity of the beam (once again, sound effects and flashing lights). There is even a switch for setting the unit to "overload" (which appeared in a couple of the original shows). The unit will start with a low humming, building in intensity and pitch, until it generates an explosion sound effect.

All in all, I was incredibly impressed with the thought put into the design of the unit. If, like me, you are an old fan of the series, you simply will not be disappointed with this "toy". I know that everyone in my home is getting rather tired of being "stunned" by me whenever a disagreement arises.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Eggena on April 8, 2009
Like a lot of Trek fans I grew up watching the original series and wanting a phaser of my very own. Over the years there have been many available props from varying sources, with very mixed results. I myself am a prop fanatic, and while The DST Phaser is very nice, it's far from perfect. It not only has aesthetic inaccuracies, but flaws in it's design that do effect it's functionality.

When I first received mine I was amazed at how light it was. Every other phaser prop I've held has always had a solid construction with a bit of heft to them, usually due to the batteries in the handle, giving them a realistic feel. This thing feels cheap in your hands, lightweight but top heavy and overall fragile... When shaken ever so slightly, the loose buttons and knobs make it sound like a baby rattle. When I pulled the trigger, the sound was low and dull, with the flashing red nozzle getting on my nerves. The locking mechanism for the Phaser I doesn't really lock it into place. So it can be easily pulled off with a slight bit of pressure.

I really had a hard time taking this item seriously at fist, and after hearing the glowing praise for it, was a bit underwhelmed.

Those were my fist impressions of the phaser, which changed after some time playing with it. I came to terms that this isn't the studio prop recreation I've always hoped for, and is in fact - A TOY. Eventually I did find a few things by going back and reading the instructions... The setting dial on my P1, which I thought was static, actually did turn. But mine was stuck in place. Pushing it really hard snapped it into the next positions, which eventually revealed the classic phaser sound everyone knows.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By John on May 7, 2013
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So I read LOTS of reviews on line about the few phasers out there. This one is definitely the best of all of them. It lights up, it makes noise, the type-I phaser un-attaches from the the type-II phaser, and it's a 100% accurate representation of an Original series phaser. Yay for all of that.

However, there are some problems. First, it's pretty fragile. Like, "drop it on a wood floor from waist-height and it breaks" fragile. When mine took an unfortunate spill (not my fault), the little teensy clip holding the type-I phaser on to the main body broke off. And there's NO repairing it. Pretty dumb design when I looked carefully at it. I could think of many ways to improve this thing. However, a bit of velcro tape and it was back in action.

Also, it's not as loud as it could be. When I was a little kid, there was a Star Trek phaser toy out there and it was truly awe-inspiring. It was BRIGHT (basically a flashlight) and it was LOUD. Wish those were still around. While this new toy does make more varied sounds (including the epic overload) it's just not loud enough. I want my enemies to KNOW they're being phasered, darn it! I don't want them thinking "Is there a bird chirping?".

While there is some serious room for improvement, this is still a pretty cool toy. I haven't found a better one out there - yet.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By JokerMan on March 9, 2007
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I bought this for my son after he started getting hooked on the old original series. Although I enjoyed the show as a kid, I never really became a Trekkie. But now I want one too; it is just too cool!!! Modelled after the most commonly shown phaser prop in the old show, it has a very authentic look and feel. The four intensity settings sound just like the sound effect used in the tv show. It even has another setting that puts it on over-load to explode, particularly clever as this was only done in very few of the original episodes. Be forewarned: although batteries are included, it takes three button batteries of the AG13 type. These are not a battery that most folks have kicking around the house, but can easily be found in most drug stores, Radio Shacks, etc.
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