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Star Trek Issue #1 Diecast Starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D & Magazine


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  • *Includes a Model of USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D *Also includes Magazine #1 *Officially licensed release *Display box packaging *Brand new
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Item Weight408 g
Product Dimensions10.2 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Manufacturer referenceAUG131696
Colormulti-colored
  
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ASINB00EOW9BBE
Best Sellers Rank 123,047 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight408 g
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Date First Available20 Aug 2013
  
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*Includes a Model of USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D *Also includes Magazine #1 *Officially licensed release *Display box packaging *Brand new

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Fantasticly detailed model complete with booklet that includes the technical aspects of each starship along with its history. Great quality model, each of which are individually numbered with a plate attached to the bottom of the display stand. A must have for any Star Trek fan!
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The top of the saucer section (between the Dorsal Phaser Arrays) was detached. It was not broken but unglued. I easly repaired it with the correct glue.
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"Caveat emptor" 10 May 2014
By Bowman - Published on Amazon.com
As I understand it they currently plan to offer 70 starships, which at a conservative estimate of $20.00 per, still equals a significant investment in "the final frontier". To attain these vessels you basically have 3 methods; the local comic shop, online outlets like Amazon & BBTS, or ordered direct by subscription through Eaglemoss.

Over the years I have accumulated a sizeable (100+) collection of Eaglemoss (lead) figurines & (metal) vehicles whose quality I have generally been very content. And I was initially impressed with these starships, but as I approach a dozen I am noticing certain lingering issues that someone starting their collection may want to consider.

* Die-cast used to define an item cast of metal that could have additional "details" rendered in glass, rubber, and/or plastic. This term "details" is not supposed to constitute half of the whole, or more. That process of casting out of plastic was considered "injection molding". Now ask yourself which product sounds more worthy of your investment; a "Diecast Star Trek Collectible" or an injection-molded Star Trek toy?

* On too many occasions I have seen shiny trace amounts of glue where the hull pieces are joined together. Furthermore, the seams on these hull sections can align quite unevenly making them very noticeable.

* The "special collector's stand" is a sturdy metal base that has skid-resisting felt on the bottom. This is also where the silver nameplate is adhered that would have looked better on top. As nice as this base is, the clear plastic riser that cradles the ship screams "fragile". I have seen a couple fit into the base so loosely that they pop out from the lop-sided weight of the ship. I shouldn't need Zap-a-Gap.

* Months ago I contacted the company regarding these plastic cradles. Eaglemoss responded that (1) they were unaware of any such issues and (2) if you had a subscription through them they would replace a broken piece free-of-charge. Understand, if you have attained yours elsewhere you are basically SOL as they have no current plans to offer them separately to non-subscribers.

* Finally, having a collection of something & it being a "collectible" are not necessarily one & the same. Note the last word of this Amazon description. "This review is from: Star Trek Issue #1 Diecast Starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D & Magazine (Toy)". This is designated a "toy"...with descriptions like "Officially Licensed", "painstakingly reproduced", "careful reference", "high quality materials", "hand painted", "Individually numbered"...these are not Faberge Eggs. More recent advertisements come with the tagline "Any Star Trek fan would collect them all!!"...not very subtle!?!

It's easier to submit a review based on "I love it" or "I hate it". So I want to be absolutely clear that these "Diecast Star Trek" vessels are not terrible products. I just feel that the overall qualities of design, composition & construction are not consistent with what I have come to expect from the name Eaglemoss. I will definitely continue buying Eaglemoss products, I just won't be buying anymore Star Trek. And that's disappointing. This middle-aged "Star Trek fan" had high hopes for this line.

PS - I do find their choice of descriptive wording to be "painstakingly" over-kill at best, "careful" & coercive at worst.
Five Stars 13 Aug 2014
By cakewalk101 - Published on Amazon.com
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Fantastic detail! Shipped quickly, can't ask for more.
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