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Star Trek Starfleet Phaser – Beam This Up!

If you happen to have a little "Trekkie" in your family, he or she is going to love this little electronic gizmo!   With the highly anticipated Star Trek movie being released in theaters yesterday, it only makes sense to have a few fun products to go along with the film, right? The Star Trek Starfleet Phaser is a super-fun replica inspired straight from the 2009 blockbuster movie.

The realistic-looking Phaser features numerous authentic movie sounds and lights, depending on what settings you select. Made out of "vacuum-metalized ABS", it sports a nice metallic finish. Weighing under 11 ounces, the Phaser features stun and vaporize settings and the gun barrel actually pivots horizontally.

Star Trek Starfleet PhaserStar Trek Starfleet Phaser

The Starfleet Phaser requires 2 AAA batteries, which are included, and is recommended for children 4 and up. The Phaser measures around 11 x 9 inches and retails for under $20. Just make sure to pack this little puppy with you on your next space adventure!

Note: Due to the fact the toy contains a small marble along with other small parts, this toy is a potential choking hazard for small children.

Source and Photos: Amazon

 

Jace Shoemaker-Galloway
Innovations for Babies and Children
InventorSpot.com

Comments
May 9, 2009
by Anonymous

you're kidding right?

every time you mention the movie/ tv series in this article you call it "star wars"... its star trek.... lmao im not tryin to be mean but even the caption under the pic that you posted with this article says "Star Trek Starfleet Phaser". just thought you might want to edit your article or something... some serious nerds would take offence lol trust me you dont want to start the war between the movies!
~falcor

p.s. that movie was absolutely sick! 6 out of 5 stars from me!

May 9, 2009
by Anonymous

LMAO

Fail!

May 9, 2009
by Jace Shoemaker-...
Jace Shoemaker-Galloway's picture

Oh my gosh.  I can not

Oh my gosh.  I can not believe I did that! 

Jace Shoemaker-Galloway
Innovations for Babies and Children
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