Star Trek, Voyager, Seven of Nine Action Figure
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STAR TREK, VOYAGER, SEVEN OF NINE, 9 INCH, EXCLUSIVE COLLECTORS' EDITION, TARGET STORES EXCLUSIVE, PLAYMATES, 1999,
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|Item Dimensions||3.8 x 9.3 x 1.6 in||8 x 9.8 x 0.1 in||7.6 x 10.1 x 0.1 in||8 x 10 x 1.6 in|
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This Seven comes with a brown catsuit (There is the same doll with a silver outfit that you can buy as well.) and a phaser rifle, Borg stand, and part of her regeneration alcove from the show.
-The phaser rifle is fun, a bit difficult to allow her to hold it, but it can be done.
-The partial regerneration alcove isn't the most well-thought idea. I don't see how they planned on her using it, but she can use it sitting up or lying down, just not standing like in the show.
-The Borg stand is simply a stand. Not much to be said about it.
-The doll herself: The likeness of Jeri Ryan is not there, simple as that. Her eyes have lines underneath which makes her look considerably older, and it overall just does not look like her. I'm not a collector, and this doesn't really bother me, just thought I'd mention it. Her Borg facial implants are very detailed, and look just as in the show. She also has the implant(s) on her hand as well. Her boots are connected to her body at the knee, in fact, they are the bottom part of her leg. Her head is a bit differently colored than the rest of her body, and it might be a bit fragile if you're throwing her around and such. It will hold up fine with gentle play and display. Her body is plastic, similar to a Barbie's. Her knees and elbows are bendable, so she can sit properly on a chair and such.
-Her outfit is a stretchy, spandex-like material with a long strip of velcro on the back to connect it. It looks accurate and seems durable enough to hold up under stress.
-She's very well packaged. A zip tie connects her to her box and wire ties keep everything else held in.
Overall, I really like this doll. She's fun to play with and poseable as well.
A great item for any collecter's or Trekkie's collection, as long as you don't mind her not looking much like her actress. :)