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Star Trek TNG Model All Good Things Enterprise NCC-1701-D 40 cm
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E 'il ritorno molto richiesto di uno dei più popolari DST Stelle navi Trek mai! Il U.S.S. Enterprise-D, come si è visto in Star Trek: The Next Generation, misura 16 'di lunghezza e ha un gran numero di luci di lavoro, tra cui il deflettore ei motori. La sezione a disco separato dai motori, ed entrambe le sezioni sono dotate di proprio display stand. Presenta quindi la voce di Patrick Stewart nel ruolo del Capitano Jean-Luc Picard, con il dialogo vero e proprio dello show televisivo! Viene confezionato in una scatola di finestra con 'Try Me' funzioni.
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It also has had the details of the additional upgrade parts painted, including yellow and black portions on the upper dish sensors and launcher, windows on the third nacelle pylon structure, and several painted areas on the ventral phaser cannon. I can't guarantee that the colors are accurate, but they are painted.
One thing that is missing is the starfleet logo from the top of each nacelle, as shown in the product picture. I'm willing to accept that may have been on purpose, because of the additional pieces added to the upper nacelle surfaces.
Otherwise, the detailing and assembly of the ship are pretty much on par with the other Diamond Select Trek ships I have purchased. The painting is nice, but not flawless. Assembly of the third warp pylon structure with the additional impulse drives is a bit sloppy, but not terrible.
The lights and sounds work just as well as my original-style D, which is to say decently, but nothing incredibly fancy. The ship uses clips taken from "All Good Things," with several voice clips from Riker, but he sounds a bit sped up in the recording. The lighting is nicely spread out, with no bleed-through like on the Star Trek II 1701 release. It also has the toggle switch to turn the lights on or off without playing the sounds, which I much appreciate. The saucer separation effect is also quite nice, as well as unexpected, since I would have assumed the additions to the lower saucer would have prevented it.
Overall, it's very nice, with a few quality control issues. I will need to touch up the paint on one impulse exhaust at some point, as it seems to have been scratched at the factory. I may also attempt to remove the third warp pylon structure to see if I can get it to fit a bit better, since the attachment looks rather loose, with some large gaps.
Part of me wants to knock off one star for the slightly sloppy assembly, but I feel I can fix those issues myself. I also have to give Diamond Select a very major pat on the back for actually being brave enough to mass produce such a unique (and potentially financially risky) item. While there have been custom made modification kits to turn existing Enterprise D models into this version, demand has never been high enough to produce an actual complete kit (that I know of).
One thing to be aware of, if you weren't already. The stand for this thing is not to be trusted. I was never able to get the stand for my normal Enterprise D to work, and this one is exactly the same case. The two separate stands can hold up the saucer and stardrive sections decently well, but the ball-jointed pedestals do not have the tension to hold up the entire ship. I did manage to balance mine for a bit once, but I came back to find it with the saucer nosed over into my desk. And even if you do balance it, it will wobble around like jello. If you want to mount this ship in its docked form, you're going to need to either modify the stand joint so it doesn't rotate, or just build another stand to put it on.
I've seen a few garage-kit mods, but never wanted to spend the time to make one of the, and there was a "Playmates" version of this which was pretty cheesy, a few years back. But this is the first really well-done version I've seen. And, in fact, this version is actually slightly nicer than the "regular" version of the ship available from the same manufacturer (particularly in regards to the neck... there are painted windows on this one, while they were left out of the "standard" version).
The sounds are terrific, the magnetic "separation" feature is very nicely implemented... this is a terrific model, and tough enough to also be a terrific toy.