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Clash of Titans: Enterprise vs. Klingon WarBird

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Playmates ST Next Generation Enterprise D Ship

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  • U.S.S. Enterprise from ST:TNG
  • Press the buttons to activate weapon system sounds and command phrases.
  • When sounds are activated, the engine nacelles light up.

Star Trek Universe: Original Series 21" U.S.S. Enterprise Ship with Lights and Sounds

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  • HIGHLY DETAILED: 18” replica of the historic U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 from the Original Series, with authentic attention to detail
  • AUTHENTIC SOUNDS: Includes original sound effects and command phrases from Captain Kirk and the Classic Star Trek series
  • BATTLE LIGHTS: Includes Light-Up Bridge, Impulse Engines and Nacelle Warp Engines
  • DISPLAY STAND: Comes with a transparent stand for easy display
  • RETRO PACKAGING: Inspired by the Original Star Trek series

Hot Wheels U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701, HW Screen Time 2/10

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FAMETEK Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D – Replica Bluetooth Speaker, Engine Noise Sleep Machine, Night Light, Sound Effects – Memorabilia, Gifts, Gadgets, Collectibles for Star Trek Fans

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  • BLUETOOTH SPEAKER, LED'S, SOUND EFFECTS: This 12” long USS Enterprise replica wireless Bluetooth speaker is much more than just a scaled replica collectible. It’s astounding, and useful features make it the best TNG collectible or gift as seen in Mashable and Trek News.
  • ‍ THE BEST STAR TREK COLLECTIBLES: This scaled replica Bluetooth speaker along with 60-minute White Noise Emulator (plays ships Engine Noise) and LED Night Light that turns on and off while you listen to music or fall asleep. You can connect to any phone or device wirelessly using bluetooth 4.2. It automatically reconnects to last connected device. Comes with a stand shaped as the Star Trek delta symbol.
  • INCREDIBLE SOUND QUALITY: Our Bluetooth speaker has the best sound effects including Engine hum, Torpedo blast, and Warp acceleration and Red Alert. The Massive Audio speaker system has excellent sound reproduction. It has USB rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 6-8-hour life to ensure long lasting music playback. Comes with a 2.6 foot / 31.5” micro USB charging cable.
  • EXTRA FEATURES: LED’s illuminate on Bussard Collectors, Warp Engines, Saucer Engines, Main Impulse Engine, and Deflector Dish. These LED’s power on and off with the press of a button making this the best Star Trek night light. Listen to music or white noise with or without lights. Press the Enterprise bridge button to play all sound effects when not connected to Bluetooth. Press mode button for 60-minute Engine Noise and fall asleep like a crew member.
  • LICENSED PRODUCTS: All Fametek products are officially licensed, hold incredible quality, and make amazing memorabilia for the men who have everything! Buy today; it is entirely risk-free! Check out all our FAMETEK Licensed products on Amazon

Star Trek Starships Special No. 17: Mega-Size Enterprise NX-01

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Part Number AUG172656
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Release Date 2018-03-13T00:00:01Z
Size Large
Language English

Corgi CC96610 Star Trek-USS Enterprise NCC-1701

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  • Browse our selection of classic and modern TV favourites and re-create some of the greatest small screen moments with Corgi's selection of die-cast cars and vehicles
  • Bring favourite vehicles, characters and moments from the big screen to life with Corgi die-cast models; spanning a variety of scales and vehicles to re-create those classic cinematic moments
  • Corgi is thrilled to return to the Final Frontier with a new range of models based on the Star Trek Universe. The detailed starships include a Starfleet delta display base to enable dramatic display in die-cast collection

Corgi CC96611 Star Trek - USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D (The Next Generation) TV Film License and Event Die-Cast Collectible Model

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  • Browse our selection of classic and modern TV favourites
  • Re-create some of the greatest small screen moments
  • with Corgi's selection of die-cast cars and vehicles

Enterprise Starship Sticker Decal Notebook Car Laptop 6" x 1.5" (White)

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  • Measures 6" Wide x 1.5" Tall
  • Designed for indoor and outdoor use for up to 5+ years
  • Simple application process with easy to follow instructions included in every order
  • Made from the highest quality Oracal 651 Vinyl
  • Proudly Made in USA

Polar Lights Skill 2 Model Kit Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise and S.S. Botany Bay The Original Series Space Seed Edition Snap-Together 1/1000 Scale Model

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Generic Star Trek Starship 3-Pack Collection: U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 / U.S.S. Franklin/Swarm Ship Replicas with Pedestals/Stands 3-Inch and 4-Inch, Varies

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In the vast expanse of space, where stars twinkled like distant beacons and nebulae painted the cosmic canvas in vibrant hues, the USS Enterprise cruised through the void, its sleek hull reflecting the glint of distant suns. Captain Sarah Owens stood on the bridge, her gaze fixed on the viewscreen that displayed the swirling vortex of the Briar Patch ahead.

“Captain, we’ve detected a Klingon WarBird approaching from quadrant 9,” Lieutenant Chen’s voice cut through the quiet hum of the bridge.

Owens nodded, her expression calm yet resolute. “Red alert. Shields up. Tactical, status report.”

Lieutenant Jackson, the ship’s tactical officer, responded swiftly. “Shields at full capacity, Captain. Weapons primed and ready.”

The tension on the bridge was palpable as the WarBird loomed closer, its formidable silhouette casting a shadow over the Enterprise. The Klingon vessel was known for its aggressive design, bristling with disruptor cannons and cloaking technology that made it a formidable opponent in battle.

“Open hailing frequencies,” Captain Owens commanded. “This is Captain Sarah Owens of the USS Enterprise. State your intentions, Klingon vessel.”

The viewscreen flickered, revealing the grizzled face of Captain Kortok, commander of the WarBird. His voice rumbled through the comms, tinged with a mixture of respect and defiance. “Captain Owens, we meet again. Our mission is classified, but you stand in our path. Lower your shields and prepare to be boarded.”

Owens glanced at her crew, her eyes reflecting determination. “I cannot comply, Captain Kortok. This sector is under Federation protection. Withdraw immediately or we will be forced to defend ourselves.”

Kortok’s brow furrowed, his hand hovering over the controls. “Very well, Captain Owens. Let honor guide our actions today.”

With that, the WarBird uncloaked, revealing its imposing form in all its glory. Energy crackled as disruptor blasts lanced out towards the Enterprise, but the Federation ship danced nimbly through the onslaught, returning fire with precision and purpose.

The battle raged on, a symphony of plasma bursts and tactical maneuvers echoing through the silent depths of space. Shields flared and systems strained under the intense pressure, but the Enterprise held firm, its crew working in perfect harmony to outmaneuver and outwit their Klingon adversaries.

As the battle reached its crescendo, a decisive moment came when Captain Owens seized the opportunity, exploiting a flaw in the WarBird’s shields to deliver a crippling blow to its propulsion systems. The Klingon vessel shuddered, its engines sputtering as it listed in space.

“Captain Kortok, stand down,” Owens commanded, her voice firm but tinged with empathy. “You’ve lost. There’s no need for further bloodshed.”

Kortok’s gaze met hers through the viewscreen, a grudging respect evident in his eyes. “You fight well, Captain Owens. Perhaps our next encounter will be under different circumstances.”

With a final nod of acknowledgment, the WarBird powered down its weapons and initiated a retreat, disappearing into the vastness of space. The tension on the Enterprise’s bridge eased as the crew let out a collective sigh of relief, their victory hard-earned but well-deserved.

As the Enterprise resumed its course through the stars, Captain Owens allowed herself a brief moment of reflection. In the infinite tapestry of the cosmos, where alliances shifted like the sands of time, moments of understanding and respect between adversaries were rare but precious. And today, amidst the clash of titans, the spirit of diplomacy had triumphed alongside valor.


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