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Doctor Who / Star Trek The Next Generation Exclusive Monitor Mates Tin Tote Set New!

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Technical Details
Item Weight544 g
Product Dimensions24.1 x 18.3 x 11.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Manufacturer reference12080
Batteries Required?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 679,945 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight567 g
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Date First Available8 Aug. 2013

Product Description

Featuring a tin tote with J.K. Woodward's artwork from IDW’s sci-fi crossover Star Trek: The Next Generation / Doctor Who: Assimilation2.

You can have the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D sitting right there on your computer monitor with the out-of-this-world Star Trek: The Next Generation Enterprise Monitor Mate™ with clear base. This TNG starship mini bobble head measures about 2 5/8-inches long x 1 7/8-inches tall (including the logo base).

A tiny TARDIS for your monitor! This blue phonebox based on the Doctor Who TV series stands about 3-inches tall, not including its exclusive clear base. The finely detailed mini bobble head of the Doctor's time machine is made of PVC plastic, and the entire TARDIS bobbles!

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Amazon.com: 3 reviews
Good lunchbox, Figures look cheap 8 Nov. 2014
By Cedric - Published on Amazon.com
The lunchbox is really nice, but the bobbleheads remind me of cheap toys, particularly the paint jobs. The TARDIS clear plastic even has a crack and what looks like condensation inside, as well as a few small stray paint marks on the phone booth itself. The US Enterprise figure looks like something from MicroMachines. The cardboard diorama stand is just a glossy sheet of cardstock.
The Coolest! 5 July 2014
By Christiane F. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an awesome, fun lunchbox. It's quite sturdy and the graphics are clear and rich, with different images on each panel. It comes with a cute little cardboard diorama and two computer bobbles. One of the Tardis and one of the Enterprise D. It's packaged very well and came double wrapped with no nicks or scratches. It's really cool and my 5 year old daughter LOVES it!
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
!!!RIPOFF!!! NO SIGNATURES!!! 9 May 2014
By Dolores - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very desceptive and misleading description. There are no signatures on this item and it was supposed to be limited to only 8 in this series that are signed. Both bobble heades are in the tin with no certificate. The "fold-out" is a cheap ghetto looking piece of card board that is slightly bigger than an index card. Totally Disgusted with the lies of Global Ecommerce. Tried to contact them but they hide behind Amazon customer service and did not give an option to contact them about the issue. When i contacted Amazon by phone the customer service rep said "Oh, you were ripped off" and the words " yeah that sounds like a scam" were used. I bought this item as a gift for my younger brother and I was appalled at what arrived. To be honest if it had the signatures of the author and illustrators I would have forgiven the other "flaws". But claiming something like this has the signatures of the artists is unacceptable. Especially in the sci-fi and comic community.
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