Retro Star Trek Wooden Character Figures

These solid wood toy figures are totally old school. The simple cartoon style figures each have defining features you'd associate with the character, like Mr. Spock's straight hair and pointed ears. These cute little wooden figures are about 2" tall and can be used for play or display.

Four Wooden Figures from The Original Series

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This cute set includes four figures depicting charcters from The Original Series. You'll get Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Lieutenant Uhura, and Ensign Chekov. The characters can be identified by their uniform colors, skin tones, and hairstyles.

Three Next Generation Old School Wooden Figures

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This set of three characters from The Next Generation features Deanna Troi, William Riker, and Worf. Each character wears a familar outfit. Riker has grown his beard.

The Original Series & Big Bang Theory Mashup Wooden Figures

This is a fun set for fans of both Star Trek and The Big Bang Theory. The big set includes 7 familiar faces from BBT all dressed up as TOS characters.

LEGO-Compatible Star Trek Builds

While the official LEGO brand does not currently produce any Star Trek builds, there are compatible brick-building sets that have kits that are perfect for Star Trek fans. Note that these compatible systems generally use an inferior production process to genuine LEGO bricks, which may result in looser...

Iconic Star Trek TOS Characters as Hot Wheels Part 2

Here is some more Star Trek Hot Wheels fun, following our post from last week. Toy maker Hot Wheels is known for making fun toy die-cast cars and other vehicles. They also make fun mashups that combine iconic characters with famous vehicles. Officers from the U.S.S. Enterprise-1701...

Iconic Star Trek TOS Characters as Hot Wheels Part 1

These are fun! Hot Wheels is known for making fun toy die-cast cars and other vehicles. Sometimes they produce fun mashups that combine characters and vehicles. A bunch of officers from the U.S.S. Enterprise-1701 get the Hot Wheels treatment! The set featured here, issued in 2013, uses fun...