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Collective: Star Trek Items 70%+ Off At EE Summer Clearance + New Bobbleheads & More August 27, 2014

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The folks at Entertainment Earth are having a big Summer Clearance Sale this week. There are a total of 2500 items on sale, including over 100 Star Trek items. Prices are up to 73% off for some of the Star Trek items. Plus Bif Bang Pow, Diamond Select, and Crowded Coop have announced some new Star Trek items coming later this year and in 2015. See below for details.

Star Trek items up to 73% off at EE Summer Clearance Sale

Entertainment Earth is having their annual summer blow-out sale, which includes over 100 Star Trek items, below are some examples of the deals you can get. 

The first 11 sets of Bif Bang Pow TOS Fine art shot glasses for as low as $4.90 for set of 4 (73% off). And five of the the QMx Poster sets with the same images are discounted 37% to $22.10 for a set of 4.

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Some of the role play toys from Diamond Select are discounted 57%  including the 2-pack exclusive phaser and medical tricorder, now just $42.50 and the DST minimates Enterprise is now just $13.70.

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Crowded Coop Pet Accessories are all discounted 35%, including Red Collars for $6.50, ‘Boldly Go Leashes,’ Gold Leashes and Red Leashes for $9.70  plus Klingon Chewtoys, ‘Planetary Disaster’ Chewtoys, Redshirt Chewtoys and  Enterprise
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. Plus Blue Dog Bowls and Red Dog Bowls for $13.00. And finally Kirk Dog Uniform Shirts and Scotty Dog Uniform Shirts are $13.00 and the Spock Hoodie is now just $26.00.

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And if you are looking for something to wear, Robefactory Robes and pajamas are 1.3 off  and Rubies costumes and Anovos Uniform Replicas for up to half off.

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The sale runs from August 27 through September 2. You can see all the Star Trek Clearance Sale items by clicking here.

 

Newly Added: More Bobbleheads + Borg Cube Molds

In the spirit of out with the old and in with the new, there are a number of newly announced Star Trek items that have just been added at Entertainment Earth (due in November), including more of their Bif Bang Pow Bobbleheads. Coming in November are Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan versions of Chekov, Sulu, and Scotty, plus a new Picard, all priced at $14.99.

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Also coming in November from Crowded Coop are Star Trek luggage Tags (Kirk, Spock and McCoy) and coinpurses (Scotty and Spock), all priced at $9.99.

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And coming next March, if you want to add some fun to your next party, DST has announced  1 1/2" silicon mold Borg Cubes for ice, gelatins, chocolate, etc. They cost $8.99 each.

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Comments

1. Harry Ballz - August 27, 2014

Who can afford to buy all this crap?

2. THX-1138 - August 27, 2014

Afford is perhaps the wrong word, Harry. But I do find myself surrounded by a lot of it.

3. Decker1017 - August 27, 2014

Useless overpriced crap.

4. ME!! - August 27, 2014

Props & prop replicas, models & close replica toys I get, but bobble heads & other cartoony looking junk? WHY?

5. Disinvited - August 27, 2014

#1. Harry Ballz – August 27, 2014

Wait until it suddenly hits you that they are trying to clear the “shelves”, as it were, of 2500 old Trek items because they need to make room for 2500 NEW Trek merchandize for this Christmas shopping season which gearing up to start just about: NOW!

6. CmdrR - August 27, 2014

But I gotta have me that phaser nose n ear hair trimmer… and some o them gummy Ceti eels… oh, and the Cheron Beal Salt n Pepper / Lokai Pepper n Salt shakers, please!!!!!

7. CmdrR - August 27, 2014

Doomsday Machine chip dispenser… Troyian placemats (also works as body armor)… starship-sized chrome testes…

8. Caesar - August 28, 2014

I hate the ortiz art. So many missed opportunities. That said, I have a Trek bathrobe and don’t hesitate to recommend it. It’s lovely and comfortable.

9. Danpaine - August 28, 2014

8. Caesar – August 28, 2014

The robe, is it durable too? Do the colors run when you wash it? I’d get a kick out of walking around the house in that (turn the wife on – ha).

10. Ioccono - August 28, 2014

CmdrR: you are cracking me up! Be careful, or they might actually start making some of your ideas!!

11. Corylea - August 28, 2014

#8 @Caesar — I hate the Ortiz art, too. I love the idea of art prints for each episode, but I hate the execution. I’m happy for those who do like them, but let’s just say that I’m not surprised that they’re on clearance. :-)

12. MattR - August 28, 2014

#11 I don’t know why anyone would want 80 shot glasses, or 80 posters, or 80 coasters, or 80 shirts with those Ortiz prints.

I got the book cheap and it’s something fun to flip through but I don’t need it in any other form. Rittenhouse made a whole card series out of them and that’s the first set I had no interest in getting in a long long time.

13. Caesar - August 29, 2014

@Danpaine
– Yes, it’s comfy. The sleeves are a little long (it’s one size) so if you’re smaller it may swallow you. I was 50 lbs heavier when I got it and it’s just gotten more comfortable.

Haven’t had a problem with colors running. I got the command one, gave the science to my brother; sort of want the operations one now too but I don’t need 2 bathrobes.

14. THX-1138 - August 29, 2014

#3

So what you’re saying is that you’re just above all of this nonsense? Yet you are so insecure that you need to come to the comment section and announce it.

Look, I get it. The collectible thing isn’t for everyone. But do you realize how insulting you sound to someone who may like to collect this stuff?

Proclaiming something or someone’s inferiority while implying your own superiority only belies your own insecurity.

15. Elias Javalis - August 29, 2014

Only “Think Geek” Phase Remote will have my Money!;)

16. Disinvited - August 29, 2014

# 4. ME!! – August 27, 2014

” Props & prop replicas, models & close replica toys I get, but bobble heads & other cartoony looking junk? WHY?” — ME!!

Different strokes for different folks. I don’t question why my aunt collects ceramic and glass elephants; I just marvel that there’s so many to be had.

In other words, IDIC.

17. Son of Captain Garth - August 29, 2014

1. I’ve never understood the appeal of bobble heads. “Your favorite character with a disproportionately huge head that that body could never support. Oh, and it moves in ways that only a broken human neck could do!” If I wanted to see swollen heads and little bodies, I’d watch a beauty pageant.
2. Re: the Diamond Selects’ Phaser/communicator set “Now just $42.50″. I almost choked on my coffee when I read that. Was that supposed to be humor or irony? About five years ago, I bought a couple of those (when they still had the metal lids on the communicators) for less than the “sale” price now. It has simply gotten ridiculous.

18. Marja - August 30, 2014

16 Dis, I was about to make a comment about how I can’t understand the fascination with merchandise like bobbleheads [ecchh] but I do enjoy some of the books and now, the comics. Back in the ’80s, I bought fanzines and Trek photographs.

To each their Trek

19. Dennis Martinez - August 30, 2014

Blow it out! Dump it all!

20. David G. - August 31, 2014

And yet, after lo these many years … we are still waiting for someone to follow through on manufacturing any Salt Vampire action figure…

21. Marja - August 31, 2014

David G, they’d have to include a victim as part of the set. Then they could jack up the price by 80%.

22. Hat Rick - August 31, 2014

As we all enjoy this Labor Day weekend in North America, let’s remember that Labor Day was established to remember the efforts of the so-called “working class” to improve their social conditions. Most people will agree that Star Trek is also about improving social conditions and hence many Star Trek fans are inherently supportive of progressive movements, while many others prefer to concentrate on nonpolitical aspects of the franchise. We can all agree on one thing: Social movements have created change in our lifetimes, and the advocacy of causes for which we stand may very well reflect an aspect of our personality that expresses a most admirable interest. Whether it is democracy, freedom, justice, or simply the general advancement of humanity, this weekend is one reason our civilization may take appropriate stock of its plasticity and adaptability while remaining grounded on fundamental values.

23. thebiggfrogg - September 1, 2014

The mini mates scale has the same level of accuracy as the JJprise. ; )

24. thebiggfrogg - September 1, 2014

Further, how can one not understand the appeal of bobble heads? They are oversized heads AND they bobble. Woo hoo! ; )

25. TrekMadeMeFat - September 1, 2014

There was a Salt Vampire figure made for the retro line.

26. Curious Cadet - September 1, 2014

@1. Harry Ballz,

Well, Bill Gates could afford all this crap. But that’s not really the right question.

All this crap isn’t there for just one person to acquire on their own. It’s there for friends, family, colleagues, and other gift givers to buy for you, when they can’t figure out what to get you, and suddenly remember you’re a Star Trek fan!

27. Disinvited - September 1, 2014

#22. Hat Rick – August 31, 2014

Rick,

I enjoy your soliloquies and this one was particularly apropos, but the part of me that is tickled by the odd turn of phrase particularly enjoys that you chose to use the phrase “…one reason our civilization may take appropriate stock of its plasticity…” in a thread where we are discussing people’s fascinations with various plastic things, i.e. bobble heads.

28. Disinvited - September 1, 2014

# 25. TrekMadeMeFat – September 1, 2014

” There was a Salt Vampire figure made for the retro line” — TrekMadeMeFat

Make that a Salt Vampire salt shaker and a Horta pepper shaker set and I’m in. Although, I’ve often been tempted to use McCoy’s scanner as the salt shaker it really was — so I could go for THAT too.

29. Hat Rick - September 1, 2014

@Disinvited, 27 — thank you for that observation. It must have been a Freudian slip, which is appropriate in that Freud was most interested in heady things….

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