The creative folks at QMx have announced a couple of exciting new Star Trek products. First up they are finally ready to take pre-orders on a replica of the Starfleet Academy ring from the new JJ Abrams movies (and it’s only $20). They have also revealed the latest set of cool retro posters for the original Star Trek. Check out all the details and images below.
QMx Starfleet Academy Ring Coming In June – Pre-order now
QMx is finally ready to release an item they announced back in 2010. You will now be able to show your school spirit with a replica of the Starfleet Academy ring. According to QMx it is a 1:1 scale, screen-accurate replica of the actual prop worn in Star Trek (2009). The ring is made of a high-strength, scratch-resistant metal alloy that simulates the sheen and brilliance of polished sterling silver.
This gleaming collectible comes in a custom metal case with a clear topside window and sits in a floating vacuform stand, ready for display. The prestige of Starfleet for just $19.95. The ring comes out in June and you can pre-order one from Entertainment Earth.
The ring is for the class of 2258, so it could be worn by James T. Kirk, Dr. McCoy or Uhura. While they are promoting it as a replica from 2009’s Star Trek, you can also seen characters in Star Trek 2009 with the ring, including the ‘father’ (played by Noel Clarke) and Scotty.
Star Trek TOS retro posters Set #6 arrives Late January – Get On The Waiting List
Quantum Mechanix has also announced the sixth set of four retro posters for original episodes of Star Trek. This time designer/illustrator Juan Ortiz takes on "Miri," "Mirror, Mirror," "The Tholian Web," and "The Savage Curtain."
The Star Trek: The Original Series Art Prints – Set 6 consists of plated-printed lithographs on 100-pound, aqueous-coated, satin-finish paper. Each print measures 18 inches x 24 inches. The set and all others in this series will be available for a limited time only. None will be repeated or reprinted after they’re gone. The set costs $34.95 and will be released in late January. You can sign up for the waiting list at the QMx site.