Geek Gifts: STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION Enterprise D Artisan Replica On Sale for Only $10,000

     November 9, 2012

With the abundance of Star Wars news from the past week or so, Star Trek fans may be feeling a bit left out.  Not to fear, Trekkies, as we have a very special Geek Gifts to share this afternoon.  A 1:850 scale Artisan replica of the Star Trek: The Next Generation Enterprise D can be yours for the low, low price of $10,000!  This replica was built to the exact specifications and dimensions of the studio miniature that was used on the television series, with this version coming fully equipped with more than 100 LEDs including photon torpedoes and phaser arrays with sound effects.

If you’ve got an extra $10,000 to spare then the replica is within arms reach.  If not, well, the pretty lights are still fun to look at.  Hit the jump to check out some images and for a few more details.

The replica is not yet on sale, but preordering begins this month over at QMx.  Browse the images below, followed by some technical details.

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The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, the sixth starship to be named Enterprise and the iconic Federation craft of Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), awaits your command.

QMx is pleased to offer this Galaxy-class starship built to the exact specifications and dimensions of the studio miniature that was used to film many of TNG’s scenes. Our screen-accurate Artisan replica is 1:850 scale and measures 29.5 inches long x 22 inches wide x 6 inches high (11 inches high when mounted on the base).

Custom-built electronics in the QMx Enterprise D control a complex lighting system that boasts more than 100 LEDs, including photon torpedoes and phaser arrays with sound effects.

Other high-quality LEDs illuminate:

  • Warp and impulse engines
  • Navigational and deflector arrays
  • Anti-collision and formation signals
  • Main shuttle bay with tiny shuttles docked inside
  • Windows

The lighting and sound system is operated by a four-channel remote control and is powered by a 12-volt AC/DC transformer.

 

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