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Star Trek: USS Enterprise NCC 1701-A Electronic Starship
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- Star Trek II the Wrath of Khan Battle Damaged USS Enterprise Electronic Starship!
- Ultra Scarce to Find! From the Starship Legends Series!
- "Kirk vs. Khan" Battle Damage!
- Authentic Movie Sound Effects with Light-Up Engines, Bridge and Deflector!
- Large 16" Size! Real Movie FX!
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
This movie version of the classic Star Trek ship features authentic sound effects from the Star Trek films, plus light-up action warp nacelles, impulse engines and a deflector. Also comes with a rotating display base. Perfect for the casual or avid Trekker. Measures approximately 20 inches long. Requires 3 "AAA" alkaline batteries (not included). Actual item may vary slightly from item shown.
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Art Asylum's replica is faithful to the movie Enterprise. The "aztec paneling" is molded, not painted on, but it still gives it a level of detail not normally seen on a toy or replica in this price range. The paintwork on the secondary hull is outstanding. Building one of the Enterprise model kits with the same paint scheme would be near impossible except for the expert modeller. To top it all off, the sound and light effects make this a fun toy that I just could not put down.
As much fun as it is, it truly looks outstanding on display. It is a fine replica and the price is truly amazing for what you get. I have to admit that even when displayed, I could not resist the tempatation to activate the light and sound effects over and over!
The only reason I gave the toy a "4" for durability is the display stand. It is very dramatic and goes well with the Enterprise. When I was assembling it, I was very concerned that the "neck" of the stand may snap off. I had seen this Enterprise replica on display at a recent Star Trek convention and indeed this was the case - it had broken off leaving the ball-joint stuck in the secondary hull. On the other hand, Art Asylum does give you an extra cover in case you would prefer a more accurate hull. The ball-joint does give you more options on how to display the ship at various angles.
This is one of those purchases that I could not wait to be delivered once I had ordered it. I was very happy when it arrived and very pleased with the work Art Asylum has done with such an "iconic" sci-fi vessel.
Art Asylum has released the best Enterprise I have ever seen. The detail is amazing. There are lights in places I have never seen lights before (good places, too). Six different sounds. No visible buttons for the sounds -- you push down the bridge in order to activate them. Looks amazing in the dark. Has a nice display with the Starfleet delta insignia as a base. Mounts well at hundreds of different angles. I was able to adjust the angle so it looks great in my office whether you look at it from my chair, the door, or the window, inspiring jealous amazement from a fellow Trekkie/Trekker. Don't want a hole in the bottom for the base? The bottom piece is swappable -- it comes with a piece with no hole so the ship looks virtually seamless when it's not on the stand. What more could you possibly want? The Enterprise-A may be the best of the Enterprises, and ArtAsylum may be the first to truly do her justice.
Buy this toy. You will be the envy of your friends, or at least the ones who matter. Men will fear you. Women will want you. Or if you prefer, women will fear you and men will want you. It will get you promoted, help you lose weight, and grant you immortality.*
*Some restrictions apply. May not occur within the atmosphere of M-class planets.
As a toy, that I bought for less than $40, I give this 3-4 stars. The molded in detail is quite good, and the lights & sounds are fun.
On the downside, the whole ship is molded in a bizarre blue/grey color, not at all the white that it appears in promotional pictures, or that the ship is in the movies themselves. The smoke grey plastic stand broke a couple months after I bought mine, ruining any collector value my particular example would've had.
It's still probably one of the nicest USS Enterprise "toys" that's ever been released. At this point though, it's far too expensive to let your kids play with, and breaks into (and beyond) the price territory of much, much, better models of the "refit" Enterprise. At around $300, you'd have to have a very compelling reason to buy this particular discontinued toy.
If you're an adult fan after an accurate model Enterprise that lights up and are willing to pay hundreds to get it, I'd recommend the (also discontinued) Bandai U.S.S ENTERPRISE NCC-1701 + LIGHTS! 1:850 Spaceship Model over this old toy.
So, it's been rough trying to get my hands on such a toy. Most are either tiny, cheap, low detail gift shop item toys, or model kits. As far as I could see, there's been no inbetween.
Though any model kit I ever attempt to build disintigrates on contact with air, I even bought two kits of the movie Enterprise. One of the very original refit, and a light up kit of the Enterprise A. As stated, they both promptly returned to their base elements upon completion of the the kits, and I was left with nothing but a Trek themed frisbee and some sharp plastic parts to thrill and entertain my early childhood imagination. However, my desire for a toy of the Enterprise remained unsated.
To me, and those like me, that lack the skills of a model builder, or the desire to work at those skills, this toy is a godsend. For a toy, it is incredibly detailed, very pretty. To the model builders out there, you will complain, gripe, whine, and moan over the very visible seams and lack of detail crammed into a small package. Go get the Bandai or the Polar Lights model kits. Both are excellent in their own ways.
However, even for me this toy is not perfect. There remains a couple flaws. The base, as mentioned by others, is cheap, flimsy plastic that bends under the weight of the toy it was supposedly built to support.
The light and sounds action I could very much do without.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The number one favorite item in my collection! Purchased this over 10 years ago and haven't been able to stop staring at her since!!! Such an impressive model!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
VERY nice toy/model/collectible. Now on display along with my Playmates ship collection.Published on July 15, 2014 by Darth Sensate
I love this model. I just wish that it had more sound effects, but about 6 is still good. The transporter from the tv show would've been out of place on this movie version, but... Read morePublished on November 22, 2013 by J S G 57
This item is well worth it...clean lines and hard to find so adding it to my collection was amazing. Read morePublished on October 11, 2013 by Thomas Martinez
This product is a very good model except for one thing. One of the lights on the long extended engine tube went out almost immediately. Detracts significantly from desirability. Read morePublished on July 14, 2013 by Douglas M Lange
I recently purchased this, not as a toy but as a replica for film making. I also recently purchased the 2009 JJ Abrams version for about $35. Read morePublished on June 21, 2013 by Eric D. Kirk
Art Asylum and Diamond Select have this killer rep for creating sci-fi replicas. In some cases that's true. In some cases it's not. Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by J. Slavitt
I bought this item some years back,and recently re-discovered it in bubble wrap ,in the loft.
As it sits on my desktop now I wonder why it went up the loft in the first... Read more