Fans of the USS Enterprise Ring Ship seen in Star Trek into Darkness will be able to purchase a high-quality artisan replica beginning on Black Friday.
The USS Enterprise XCV-330 was one of the fourteen seen in Admiral Marcus’ office in the movie.
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Several new Star Trek into Darkness collectibles will be offered by QMX beginning the second quarter of this year.
The collectibles include a Starfleet class ring, phaser, ship models, Starfleet division badges, and a Starfleet flag.
Fans waiting for the QMx release of the USS Kelvin (commanded by Captain Robau in 2009′s Star Trek) can now see some pictures of the forthcoming model.
The USS Kelvin will measure approximately twelve inches by seven inches and will be painted to match the on-screen ship seen in Star Trek.
A new line of Star Trek collectibles will be released during the second quarter of 2013.
The collectibles, introduced by QMx, will include plushes, PVC figures, and other novelties.
A new item of merchandise will appeal to fans of Starfleet Academy; the Starfleet Academy Class Ring.
A screen-accurate replica of the actual prop worn in Star Trek will soon be available for pre-order.
One lucky fan will win a thirty-four inch USS Enterprise Refit Artisan Replica by QMX, valued at $4,995, courtesy of Star Trek.com.
In a new sweepstakes, fans may enter for a chance to win the beautiful model by heading to Star Trek.com‘s FB page, located here, where they can click on the link located on the left (Artisan Replica Sweepstakes) which will lead them to the entry page. The sweepstakes runs through December 23.
More information on the USS Enterprise can be found here.
Click on the thumbnail to see a larger photo of the model.
Fans of Star Trek replica weaponry will be pleased at the announcement of a Star Trek XI phaser, due out this summer.
The screen-accurate phaser was produced “from the exact same digital master” used in making the stunt phasers, said QMx CEO Andy Gore. “So the QMx replica and the actual stunt prop have precisely the same geometry and measurements.”