Star Trek gifts are abundant at this online shop

Being this close to the holidays, it’s time to start thinking about the Star Trek fans in your life and what you can add to their collection

I’ve previously written about three of the best places to buy Star Trek gifts. Admittedly, that article should have included a fourth place, but it was one I didn’t know about until recently. Shop.Eaglemoss.com has a cornucopia of gifts for Star Trek (and other franchise) fans. Some of these items are specific to the site which means you’ll know you’re getting a one-of-a-kind item! Check out some of the collections!

Bust Collections

Eaglemoss has busts for various characters from your favorite Star Trek shows. A particular favorite of mine is the Worf Bust complete with a Bat’leth, and every bust comes with a fact-filled magazine about the character. There are currently busts for Captain Archer, Captain Picard, Data, Seven of Nine, and more!

Star Trek Plaques

You can get a plaque to commemorate the registry of the U.S.S. Shenzhou or the dedication plaque for the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 (TOS) which was located next to the bridge turbolift on the aft bulkhead before the ship’s 2270s refit. It was later on display in the kitchen of James T. Kirk’s home in Idaho in the 2280s. Right now, there are only five different plaques, but others, which are currently unavailable, may return soon.

Shop Exclusives

This collection includes great finds like a collector’s set of Star Trek Shuttles 6. Here’s what’s included:

Sphinx Workpod a small, maneuverable vehicle used for starship maintenance
Type-18 Shuttlepod a compact vessel that carried aboard the U.S.S. Defiant for away missions and ancillary support
Hawking Type-6 Shuttle a small, versatile shuttle used for a variety of short-range missions
Janeway’s Armored Shuttle Admiral Janeway’s shuttle that was specially adapted Type-18H shuttlecraft equipped for an engagement with the Borg
These amazingly detailed Star Trek shuttles are cast in metallic resin, includes a display stand and specially-commissioned Okudagram schematic, created by Mike Okuda precisely as he would have done if it had been used on the show. These new Okudagrams are printed on a plastic sheet with a stand for easy display.

And the best thing about all of these finds is that they are reasonably priced. So there’s no reason why you can’t get the fan in your life the perfect gift for the holidays.

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