Way back in the day, most toys that younger kids played with were made of wood. As time passed, most toys are now made of some sort of plastic. If you like Star Trek (the original series) and wooden toys, you will be thrilled about this.
I’ve seen lots of models of the Starship Enterprise over the years, but this wooden version by Kretschmer Kreativ is one of the most beautiful and elegant versions I’ve ever laid eyes on.
Measuring in at 36″ long x 16″ wide x 8″ tall, the model is handmade entirely from wood and glue.
If you’re more Kirk than Picard, this is the Romulan Bird of Prey for you. This replica is modeled to look like the ship from the original Star Trek series.
The ship has a wingspan of 12-inches, and comes packed in a special 50th anniversary full color window box if you are the sort that buys cool stuff and never opens the package.
Have you always wanted to command a Federation starship? Now you can have Captain Kirk’s command chair in your living room, only this one will be more squishy. This Star Trek Kirk’s Command Chair Bean Bag Cover let’s you be in charge of your own bridge.
These are the voyages of the USS Gingerprise. It’s on a five year mission of deliciousness.Or at least it was, until it crash landed in the snow.
This delicious starship was made by Redditor ejustice and modeled after the scene in Star Trek Generations.
I think we can all agree that while maniacal, the Borg Queen was rather hot. If you can’t resist her and want to celebrate all that is Borg, you really need this Borg Cube bedding.
The set includes pillowcases and a duvet cover, which my wife tells me is meant to cover a comforter and make it look different.
On Star Trek, everything was futuristic from doors that open for you, to replicators that could make you any food you want. Even chess was much more complex and futuristic than it is in the present with the slick tridimensional chess played in the original series.
We all know that it can be hard to resist taking shots when friends are around. This problem is compounded when the shot glass is a Borg cube, which makes resisting tequila futile.
This set of Star Trek inspired glasses includes four ten ounce glasses with prints of Earth, Vulcan, Romulus, and Qo’nos printed on them.
We continue to get cool new toys to celebrate Star Trek’s 50th birthday. This Star Trek TNG ComBadge is what we have needed for years so we can communicate with our shipmates.
It has a built-in microphone for hands-free calling.
Facebook is helping to celebrate 50 years of Star Trek by changing up their reaction buttons. You can also change up your profile picture with a custom Trek frame. Trekkies are going to love these new buttons.
One of the things that I remember from Star Trek TNG are those isolinear chips that were used to store data. Fans of the show that want one of the more obscure items from TNG to show off their geekdom might want to check this flash drive out.
A company called GandGRockers has whipped up an awesome rocker toy for the little Starfleet Captain in your life. It looks like the Enterprise, but with curved rocker legs on the bottom. It’s so much better than a regular rocking horse.
Themed phones are pretty popular these days, whether you’re talking an Iron Man phone or a Batphone. It seems like every popular movie gets a limited edition phone these days. Well, now the Meizu m3e is getting a Star Trek theme.
I thought pens that had stuff in the back that floated were awesome growing up. Mostly this was due to the pens my uncle kept in his room that had well endowed ladies whose shirts floated off when you tipped the pens.
Think your man cave is cool? Check out Marc and Jennifer Bell’s Star Trek themed home theater and bar. It was a labor of love that took four years and $1.5-million to complete, and puts other home theaters to shame.