Look at the Star Trek Enterprise and what do you see the shape can turn into? Not sure? Well, as it turns out, it makes for a rather awesome children’s rocking toy – as proven by this Star Trek Enterprise Rocker made by San Diego-based G and G Rockers. The rocker is crafted entirely out of wood and features the propulsion units (non-functional, of course), the iconic flying saucer main hull and the sensor dish equipped secondary hull which also serves as the seat of the rocker. Designed to be commanded by aspiring Star Fleet captain of ages 4-5, this handcrafted Star Trek Enterprise Rocker is a fitting sit-on toy for any serious trekkies’ offsprings.

It comes in unfinished, though you can request it to be stained, or painted in color of your choice for an additional fee. Seriously, I’d go for a flat light grey color with a light tint of green to mimic the original Starship Enterprise’s paint job cos’, after all, this is junior’s Enterprise ‘simulator’ and you would want it to be as authentic as possible. And sorry, they don’t make adult size rockers, though I wished they do. Star Trek Enterprise Rocker is available through G and G Rockers’ Etsy store for $195. Add $25 if you want it stained or painted.

Image: G and G Rockers.

via GeekAlerts

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