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KRE-O Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Construction Set (A3137)

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  • Build your own Star Trek adventures with this 432-piece KRE-O construction set
  • Build a USS Enterprise ship
  • Includes Captain Kirk, Spock and Dr McCoy Kreon figures
  • Firing missile
  • Lift top saucer to reveal the bridge
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 24 x 13 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00A88B16Q
  • Item model number: A3137
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,216 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Build your own Star Trek adventures with this awesome KRE-O construction set! Use the 432 pieces to build a U.S.S. Enterprise ship that your 5 Kreon figures can "fly." Lift off the top saucer to put your Captain Kirk, Spock and Dr. McCoy Kreon figures on the bridge! This incredible set features Lighttech technology, so the deflector dish and engines glow for extra-amazing Star Trek action! Open the engine cowlings and fire the ship's missile as it blasts through "outer space." Build boldly with the U.S.S. Enterprise construction set!

Customer Reviews

We are both Star Trek fans.
Tom Jensen
Overall, I'm very impressed with the quality of KRE-O. It's definitely more affordable and every bit as good as a Lego set.
Many pieces don't fit together tightly so ship falls apart.

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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By gumborg on April 30, 2013
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As a life-long Star Trek fan and "modular toy brick" hobbyist, I've waited my entire life for a realistic kit of the USS Enterprise. Considering my 40-year desire for this product, I had high expectations. Upon starting the build, I was surprised to see the secondary hull (bottom part) was a large single unit that included the engine nacelle pylons pre-attached (these rotate into position - do not try to remove them) and a battery compartment for 3 AAAs. I put in the batteries (this step can be done last if you choose) and completed the rest of the build. The instructions are clear and easy and it took about 2 hours. Pleasant surprises include:

1) It lights up! The main deflector dish and Bussard collectors (front of the engines) light up bright blue when a button on the bottom is pressed.
2) The "NCC-1701" letters on the primary hull (saucer section) are pre-printed on making for a better appearance.
3) The engine nacelle tops open to reveal inner details.
4) The attachment between the primary and secondary hulls is very clever making for a secure connection that won't fall apart.
5) A Photon Torpedo can be fired from the interconnecting dorsal (just above the main deflector dish).

Overall the final product is sturdy and measures 19 inches long. Several figures are included and can be placed in the bridge playset, which is located within the primary hull. In summary, this product has loads of value, features, and utility that will keep children and adults excited for a long time to come. As the parts are fully compatible with "other major toy brick brands" I imagine we'll see many variations in private collections as people re-create the myriad other Starfleet ship designs shown in the various films, shows and written publications.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Liat2768 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 24, 2013
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I am very impressed with the quality and design of this construction set. We have usually stuck to Lego and the occasional K'nex kit. I've never been impressed with the quality of the latter and was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the Kre-o pieces in the kit.

The kit arrived with the pieces separated into different bags - not really by color but more by size. Irrelevant to the kids since the first thing they wanted to do was open all the bags and put the batteries into the main piece. There is one large main piece that arrives put together already and I can see the sense in that since it is the piece that would bear the most strain and pop apart most easily if it were made of bricks. It has a section in the front where you attach the Bridge and another two in the back for the Warp Nacelles. It also contains the battery kit and light up section of the kit. The manual starts you off with putting together the saucer which basically contains the Bridge with seating for 5 Kre-o figures - Kirk. Spock, McCoy and two specialist. The features of the characters are modeled on the newer Star Trek movies so don't look for Shatner and Nimoy here.

Putting the bridge together was fun and fairly simple since the manual explains very clearly - Lego manual fashion :) - exactly how to put each step together.

We did not have any issues with missing pieces - in fact we had a few extras left over which were used to support the structure as you built it. There are a few places in the construction process where you have to remove pieces that are used to support the joints until they are reinforced in future steps so, if you miss the point where you have to remove them, you may end up short of pieces.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Talvi TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 25, 2013
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We build a lot of Legos (we just finished Jabba's Palace) and we were very happy to see that there was a building set for Star Trek that was similar. You figure a good deal on a Lego set is 10 cents a piece, so this one at 11 cents has a very similar price. We were hoping a non-Lego branded set would have a more reasonable price, and figured the Star Trek licensing wouldn't add to the item's cost like Star Wars does, but...apparently not!

We loved Star Trek Into Darkness, so it was really fun to get this set right after seeing the movie.


- The Star Trek figures are great, you get Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and 2 Starfleet dudes. I like it that they have holes in the back of their legs so that you can attach them to the chairs on the bridge. They all came in separate bags. As with Legos, the hair tends to fall off.
- The blue lights (with different options if you press more than once for blinking etc) on the deflector dish and nacelles is a nice plus (and obviously adds to the price). Needs 3 AAA batteries.
- The dish top comes off and you have a cool bridge with seats for all the characters (including a Captain's chair), a screen with a display of space that goes up and down, and some other small details that are cool.
- The tops of the nacelles are hinged and you can see nice detail of the mechanics underneath.
- The full color instruction book was good, there are normal side-view details but they add a top-down view that is handy.
- Easy to grasp the model because the entire lower section is one piece. That means it's more friendly to my 5 year old than other similar block models that don't withstand any play at all.
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