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Buy F-Toys Star Trek Fleet Collection

Updated on March 16, 2011

In 2009 F-Toys, a Japanese model manufacturer, released a limited edition set of 6 collectile Star Trek Fleet Ships as the Star Trek Fleet Collection Vol 1 to tie in with the release of the new Star Trek movie.

Each ship in the series was in the 1/2500 size range and was pre-painted and very highly detailed. Each model came un-assembled although with only 10 pieces this was not too much of a chore and it also came with its own display stand.

Since each of the kits were so beautifully detailed they make great displays either on their own or as a set and since they are quite small they can be bought online and shipped at a fairly low cost. For this reason Amazon is agreat place to buy them as they are still very much in stock. They also often come up for sale on Ebay.

If you are interested in other Star Trek models please take a look at my Corgi Star Trek Model Hub or my Mega Bloks Star Trek Hub.

USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D No. FTC065

This model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D was released in November 2008 and was the only one in the set that was in 1:5000 scale rather than 1:2500 scale. The set included a model of the Enterprise-D including a display stand.

The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D was the starship used by Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the "Star Trek:Next Generation" TV Series. Commissioned in 2363, Enterprise-D was in the Galaxy class and was the fifth Federation starship to carry the name Enterprise. The vessel had a theoretical top speed of warp 9.65

These wonderful items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Also on the right are some of these sets for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

USS Enterprise NX-01 No. FTC066

This model of the USS Enterprise NX-01 was released in November 2008 and was made in 1:2500 scale. The set included a model of the Enterprise NX-01 including a display stand.

The USS Enterprise NX-01 was the starship used by Captain Jonathan Archer in the "Star Trek:Enterprise" TV Series. Commissioned in 2151, Enterprise was the first starship of the experimental NX class, with a crew compliment of 86. Enterprise was Starfleet's first long-range exploration vessel with a theoretical top speed of warp 5.2

These wonderful items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Also on the right are some of these sets for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

USS Enterprise NCC-1701 No. FTC067

This model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was released in November 2008 and was made in 1:2500 scale. The set included a model of the Enterprise NCC-1701 including a display stand.

The USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the starship used by Captain James T Kirk in the original "Star Trek" TV Series on it's mission "to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; to boldly go where no man has gone before". Commissioned in 2245, Enterprise was in the Starship class. The ship had a theorectical top speed of Warp 8.

These wonderful items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Also on the right are some of these sets for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

USS Defiant NX-74205 No. FTC068

This set of the USS Defiant NX-74205 was released in November 2008 and actually included 2 models of the USS Defiant, one in normal mode and one in cloaked mode, the models were made in 1:2500 scale. The set included a special display stand to display both models side by side.

The USS Defiant NX-74205 was the starship captained by Captain Benjamin Sisko in the "Star Trek:Deep Space Nine" TV Series. The USS Defiant was originally commissioned in 2371 and was a prototype vessel in the Defiant class. The ship was designed to be fast and highly maneuverable with powerful weaponry.

These wonderful items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Also on the right are some of these sets for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

USS Enterprise NCC-1701 [Refit] No. FTC069

This model of the refitted USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was released in November 2008 and was made in 1:2500 scale. The set included a model of the Enterprise NCC-1701 after its refit including a display stand.

The refitted USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was the starship used by Captain James T Kirk in the first three "Star Trek" movies. Commissioned in 2245, Enterprise was in the Starship class. The ship had a theorectical top speed of Warp 8.

These wonderful items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Also on the right are some of these sets for sale on Ebay ranging from the complete set to pieces from the set.

USS Enterprise NX-01 Mirror Universe No. FTC070

This model of the USS Enterprise NX-01 is in its Mirror Universe markings and was released in November 2008 as a Rare Secret Item and was made in 1:2500 scale. The set included a model of the Enterprise NX-01 including a display stand.

The Mirror Universe USS Enterprise NX-01 or more correctly called ISS Enterprise was under the command of Captain Maximilian Forrest until Commander Jonathan Archer led a mutiny and assumed command of the ship in the "Star Trek:Enterprise" TV Series. This version of the vessel had different markings, including yellow markings on the dorsal surface of the saucer section, but was essentially identical to the NX-01, with the exception that it was equipped in 2155 by the mirror Charles Tucker III with a cloaking device

This model is quite rare being a "Rare Secret Item" which was only produced in limited numbers but these collectible items are available to buy from Amazon and since they're very light won't break the bank in terms of shipping. If you'd like to buy one or a few from Amazon please use the link shown below. Very occasionally these items also turn up on Ebay and when they do they will appear on the right.

A review of the F-toys Star Trek Models

Part 2 of the Review of the F-Toys Star Trek Models

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