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Doctor Who: Eleventh Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver (Working Screwdriver)

Released on 11 November 2010

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Essential kit for time traveling escapades or household chores! This replica of the eleventh Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver might be better for changing a fuse than battling Cybermen, but no fan will want to miss this.
  • Actual size diecast metal screwdriver
  • Perfectly detailed metallic screwdriver, is based on the eleventh Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver.
  • Only difference is this screwdriver is best used to change a plug and not to save the Universe
  • When in use (pressing the bits) the screwdriver lights up and sound just like the Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver
  • Three tips are included for large, medium and small screws. Each tip is reverseable with Phillips and Flat-head ends
  • While not in use there is a chamber in the screwdrivers base for tip storage.
  • Requires 2x AA batteries (not included)
  • Includes:
  • Presented in stylish acetate gift box.
  • 3 interchangeable tips, both with Phillips and Flat-head ends
  • Instructions for use

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)

 A Gin And Sonic

| | See all CarryOnGallifrey's reviews (1)

I am mildly amused by some of the caustic reviews of this novelty screwdriver.
Clearly some of the purchasers were expecting a fully tooled up metallic version of the TV prop for under 20 squids.
Okay, so it does sound like a sick bumblebee when you press the button, but that's hardly the end of the Universe...is it?
Just enjoy it for what it is: a bit of fun.

 dr who replica sonic screwdriver

| | See all joejmd90's reviews (3)

its taking along time to be released but im going to buy it its well worth the wait dr who is a awsome show and this is a gadget im adding to my collection this sonic screwdriver is made of metal its a definate buy for any dr who fan :)

 Not as promised

| | See all LittleBigSy's reviews (1)

After months and months of delays it's finally here and it's nothing like described. It claims to be die cast in metal but only parts of it are. The prongs are plastic and look no better than the toy one.

When I followed the instructions about where the screwdriver heads were kept I opened it and a ball bearing and a spring came flying out. I have no idea where they came from. Also the heads themselves are quite awkward to remove from the slots.

Finally My biggest beef was in the description which states...
"Presented in stylish acetate gift box."
Where? It came in throwaway packaging just like the toy screwdriver.

With all the delays I think they finally just released it no matter what development stage it was in because Christmas is drawing near. Just buy a toy one and a phillips screwdriver because you're not paying for quality here.

 worst sonic ever made

| | See all M101Dave's reviews (7)

basically your going to hate the sound its awful i mean dreadful doesn't sound any thing like the sonic screwdriver and i find it hard to bare its still plastic but half metal its pretty much the same size as the previous 11th doctor screw driver and it doesn't extend

if you separate it into two pieces you can see you have screw driver heads and if you take one out and place it in the bottom its magnetic and hold the tool piece in securely

in my opinion its a bit pants just don't want any one to think this is better than it is and be disappointed like me

 Its a novelty!

| | See all ManxShearwater's reviews (6)

Lets get one thing straight, this is not a replica of the doctors sonic screwdriver. The doctors sonic, is not an actual screwdriver. This is a novelty, working screwdriver, that has been made to resemble the Doctors sonic screwdriver.

As previous reviews have said, the main part of the body is metal, and the top part is plastic. The screwdriver pieces are stored inside the screwdriver to keep everything tidy. There is a button on the main body that activates light and sound. The sound, while not perfect, is OK, and the light is very good, slightly brighter than the toy version. The screwdriver itself is quite heavy and feels very robust.

If you're after a sonic screwdriver to use as part of a costume, then go for the toy version, due to the added spring loaded effect, but bear in mind that it lacks the durability of this one. If you are looking for a novelty screwdriver, then this is a great little gadget.