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The long wait is over! The Enterprise B is finally ready to leave drydock! One of the most fan-requested Star Trek ships, the Excelsior-class starship is finally on its way as an electronic ship replica!
Packaged in a "Try Me" window box so customers can test its movie-accurate lights and sounds, the Enterprise B measures 16 inches long and comes with a display stand.
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Other reviewers have pointed out the muddy brown paint applied to the Enterprise B, presumably to give it a "weathered" or aged look. I found this weathering to be fairly minor on both of the ships I ended up buying--on the first it's only noticeably when you're explicitly trying to see it. I don't think it's the problem others have made it out to be. Especially because there are other, bigger problems. As you may have already deduced, clever you, I ended up buying two Enterprise B ships... and had to return both of them due to manufacturing defects.
The first ship had two of the same nacelle--the left and right nacelles are mirrored, so having two of the same ruins the symmetry of the ship. Not cool. So I returned it, and decided to just give up on it... but then I noticed the price on Amazon had decreased a little bit, so I decided to buy another. The second Enterprise-B is missing all of the paint on the left side of the secondary hull--no windows, no red starfleet penant, no identification text (which should read "U.S.S. Enterprise United Federation of Planets).
If you're looking for a fantastic Excelsior model, you're better off going for the NCC-2000 from Diamond Select, as it is pretty phenomenal. Options for the Lakota-type variant are much more limited, but if you must have an Enterprise-B model, I'd strongly suggest the Eaglemoss Starships Collection--it's much smaller, and is a little pricey for its size, but you're probably much less likely to wind up any major manufacturing defects.
(Update) Second one that I ordered has lots of cosmetic errors in the paint on the bottom. Worse then the stains of the first one... sound is amazing, very little light bleed on the leds,, also. Must say I'm unimpressed on the quality control. Don't know if I am keeping it or sending it back. in addition to all the glue stains and such, the Led lights on the warp nacelles flicker slightly, at first I thought it was part of the design. I own the Enterprise E and nx-1 and the undiscovered country bird of pray, and I've had none of the sloppy workmanship as on this ship.
It's worth the money for a nice little display piece and I love the Enterprise-B. I hope it gets its own show, season, or movie someday. One can wish. The ship looks amazing from almost every angle.
amazing, bright lights
if you hold down the button, it stays lit up
attention to detail is overall exceptional
looks amazing on its stand
god-awful weathering affect
not nearly as white or shiny as it looks online here
one of the yellow decals on the saucer section was never put on mine
part of the secondary hull wasn't quite lines up with it's other half when they glued it in place, but this isn't an obvious problem until you stare at it for a while
top of stand (which is on a ball joint) was glued tightly in place for some reason (me and my father fixed this with some sort of unbonding agent)
top of stand easily breaks, making the product (if the stand breaks) impossible to put on top of stand, as well as impossible to send back (me and my father fixed this using a "battleships" spike piece as the new top)
Overall the cons don't neccasarily outweigh the pros, but vice-versa, the pros don't make up for the cons.
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