Do you like Star Trek. Do you really, really, really like Star Trek? If so, be prepared to bust your wallet for this impressive Christmas tree topper: Hallmark Keepsake Star Trek USS Enterprise Christmas Topper. This thing is humongous. It measures 6.59 x 9.89 x 15 inches (17 x 25 x 38 cm) and weighs around 3 lbs (1.3 kilograms).

Star Trek USS Enterprise Christmas Tree Topper

Hallmark Keepsake Star Trek USS Enterprise Christmas Topper is big and fairly heavy, so make sure you have a big tree with a fairly strong end. But the reward for mega Trekkies will be rewarding. It has light and sound, which can be activated using the including Star Trek insignia remote.

The product is part of Hallmark Storytellers Keepsake Ornaments which also include three optional Star Trek characters: Captain James T. Kirk (US$47.90), Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu (US$29.09), and Lieutenant Nyota Uhura (US$34.95).

The Star Trek USS Enterprise Christmas Topper requires to be powered via a wall outlet. When plugged in, it will have constant light. Pressing the button on the remote or the based of the tree topper, triggers a light show accompanied by the music, Theme from Star Trek.

But to enjoy the full Star Trek experience, you have to buy the aforementioned characters. Adding those ornaments, you can unlock an interactive performance that lets you relive the episode Mirror, Mirror (EP4, S2, 1967). Trust me. The entire light and sound will put a smile on any serious Trekkie.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for Trekkies, this would be it. But be warned. The Star Trek USS Enterprise Christmas Topper cost quite a significant amount of US$149.99. That’s pretty hefty for a tree topper, IMHO. But man, it will be quite a sight to behold.

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Source: Technabob.

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