TNG Fans can now purchase their own Starfleet medical set.
Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation are going to be in store for a special treat with the new Starfleet medical set designed after the TNG version prop. The product is being sold by Entertainment Earth and is a limited edition 1:1 scale prop replica that comes with a hypospray, interchangeable vials for said hypospray, and a hand scanner to make sure no aliens have burrowed their way into your friend’s unassuming eardrums.
The prop replica also features electronic light and sounds for a more realistic effect, while coming in a wooden case for presentation purposes. Each prop replica sold to collectors will also come with a certificate of authenticity and prop story booklet.
Created with heavy die-cast metal bodies, the props are anything but cheap. They’re currently listed at $399.99. So unless you’re a diehard Trek collector, this may not be the collectable for you.
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Now you can be Dr. Beverly Crusher and Dr. Kathrine Pulaski any time, day, or nite and all it will cost is $399.99. A large price, no doubt about it. Yet, when you think about how rare these types of items are if you’re a serious collector it’s absolutely worth it.
After all, Star Trek has always been its own thing when it came to collectables. Other brands like the MCU and Harry Potter essentially have everything pumped out through corporate sponsors. Yet, Star Trek has always had a DIY, punk-rock way of doing things. A lot of cool things people can have are made by fans for fans. Sure, there are other fandoms that do that too but Star Trek was really the first to do so.
It’s probably safe to say that this medial collector’s item is officially licensed, but even if it is, it doesn’t take away from the fact that Star Trek has always found a way of getting fans unique pieces to add to their collection. This medical kit is no different. It’s ingenious and well done, just like the non-licensed DIY projects we cover on this page.