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Star Trek: NCC-1701A USS Starship Enterprise Die Cast Model

Released on 14 August 2009

1.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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This collectible scale model of the second USS Enterprise, comes supplied in a special Star Trek colour themed window box.

The NCC-1701-A USS Enterprise features in the fourth, fifth and sixth films.

The NCC-1701-A USS Enterprise replaced its predecessor the USS Enterprise NCC-1701, which was destroyed at the end of Star Trek III.

The NCC-1701-A travelled beyond the Great Barrier to the planet Sha Ka Ree and is involved in the battle with the alien entity. Later, a plot was undertaken to make it appear as if the USS Enterprise fired upon the Klingon battlecruiser carrying Chancellor Gorkon who died in the attack. Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy were imprisoned as a result. The conspiracy was eventually exposed.

The Constitution-class starship was the final vessel under the command of Captain James T. Kirk.
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 Average rating (7 reviews)

 uss enterprise

| | See all TUSK1138's reviews (3)

die cast ? com on hot wheels , we can do you on the trade discription act for this piece of plastic poo ! take a look at how corgi did the original enterprise . a thousand times better ! shame they did,nt do the movie one too.

 It's plastic, not die cast

| | See all Woolers's reviews (1)

What attracted me to this product is that it claims to be die cast metal, And it says that on the box. But when I opened mine, I found the Enterprise was made of plastic. Not only that, but very bendy plastoc and the overall shape was distorted. (The left nacelle was lower than the right one.) The quality seems akin to the Johnny Lightning plastic ships. Very disappointed.

 Cheap and nasty

| | See all Nyk2034's reviews (4)

Have to agree with the other reviews, this is a bad reproduction of the best of the Enterprises. Honestly, this particular design has been kicking around since the 70s and Hotwheels still can't get it right. From the bent struts at the back to the bendy saucer and the lack of anything 'diecast' is an insult to your £18. Hotwheels should be ashamed of themselves and stick to things with wheels on them, thats what they do best! - Nice box though.

 Total Ripoff. seek out the Corgi

| | See all mobiusmoby's reviews (3)

This is made of such poor quality plastic that its a joke that Hotwheels are charging £18 fot this. the other joke is the it says die cast, thats like saying a Fisherprice activity set is die cast as it has a few screws in it. only the body itself has metel on it but not all of it. the front 1 inch where the deflector sits is plastic. the rear half inch is plastic leaving a very small area in the middle that is metel. and the other thing is that because its made of such cheapness the whole thing is warped and totally out of shape, if you spend money on this then you deserve to be ripped off.

 Out of the Box and Straight into the Rubbish Bin

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I can't get over how shockingly bad this product is. Let me give you a description.
To start with let me tell you how much metal there is. Looking at the main body the front 1 inch where the deflector is located is cheap plastic, the Rear 1 inch part where the Shuttle bay is, is made of cheap plastic. The middle 1 half inch part is made of a low detail gun metal.
The Nacelle arms are made of a very cheap and a very Bendy plastic. And the Nacelles are made from a low detail plastic. The neck that attaches the saucer to the body is made from a cheap bendy plastic and the saucer is made from a cheap low detail plastic.
Now you are probably thinking so?
Well apart from being made from cheap materials, the Nacelles are wonky. The saucer section has a lovely loose wobble to it and is in no way aligned to the rest of the body. In fact my one almost points upwards and to the left. The Joins are horrendous. I have to honestly say that if I had paid less than a fiver I would still feel violated. If you are looking for a good quality Star Trek ship then may I strongly suggest you look at the Corgi Range as they are made to a superior quality plastic and metal and look detailed,
And a final note: I was so disgusted by the quality of this product that I have, hand on heart thrown it straight into the rubbish bin and put the Eighteen pound purchase down as a learning experience.
If the quality of this Diecast model is anything to go by, I would suggest not to bother with the rest of the Hot Wheels range.

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