Playmobil goes old-college Star Trek with $500 USS Enterprise set

The Playmobil USS Business has a saucer area that opens and access to the engineering location. It can be displayed on a stand or dangled from a ceiling.


Playmobil is turning back time to 1966 to celebrate the original Star Trek crew with a significant new USS Business set, 55 a long time after the Television show debuted.

The really detailed set attributes a bridge with a removable leading and a Klingon ship staring down the Enterprise crew on the display screen. The seven figures integrated with the established represent unique figures Captain Kirk, Uhura, Sulu, Chekov, Dr. McCoy, Mr. Spock and Scotty. 

This is the initially Playmobil design of the Company, and it clocks in at an extraordinary 3.25 toes (1 meter) in length. The Mr. Spock toy is notably attention-grabbing for Playmobil aficionados, as it’s going to be the to start with Playmobil figure to sport pointed Vulcan ears.

The Playmobil USS Business arrives with 7 crew users and what seems to be a pair of tribbles in close proximity to the display screen.


The Enterprise has doing work lights together with sounds and dialogue from the present. The ship can simulate a warp main breach (minus any catastrophic explosions). The set will get the job done with an augmented-fact application to deliver the ship to lifestyle. Playmobil suggests extra facts will be coming soon. 

The Business will be out there beginning on Sept. 8 for $500 in the US and £450 in the British isles

The set has 150 parts, like add-ons like communicators. Choose a near seem at the image of the bridge. Enlarge it. Appear around the corner of the viewscreen. Are these a pair of Playmobil tribbles? I sure hope so.