New Star Trek Phaser I and Phaser II Universal Remote is Stunning



Star Trek Phaser Universal Remote


ThinkGeek is bringing this year’s must-have new universal remote to Comic-Con this year, though we can’t order it until November. Just in time for the holidays, imagine! If you never got around to getting the Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote, maybe this is the remote you’re looking for (sorry to mix geeky references there). Or maybe you need to have Sconic Screwdriver vs Phaser battles! YES!

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Set phasers to chill

Sometimes after a long week filled with landing parties and surprise Klingons, you just want to prop your boots up and watch a little mindless television. Or maybe you’re ready to catch the weekly adventures of those wacky kids onboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. What sort of mischief will Captain Kirk get into this week? Aim that phaser at the TV and…. pew pew pew!

This ST:TOS Phaser Remote lets you harmlessly blast your home entertainment system into submission. Recreated from 3D laser scans of the last known screen-used hero prop, it looks good, but it’s also a fully-functioning programmable infrared remote control. And when we say “phaser” we aren’t getting away with just giving you the Phaser I. Nope. It does include the Phaser I which functions as a standalone gesture-based universal remote control but also slots into its Phaser II pistol-grip base, which provides additional controls. You can store up to 36 programmable gestures: plenty to control all of your Earth-based entertainment equipment. The combined unit (Type I and Type II together) features a wide range of settings and beam strengths, including different Phaser firing sounds (including Phaser Overload sequence) and authentic Starship Enterprise sounds.

Just be sure you’re not wearing a red shirt while aiming this at your TV set. We’re pretty sure that voids the warranty.

Product Specifications

Fully-functioning programmable infrared remote control (that looks just like a phaser)
Officially-licensed Star Trek: The Original Series merchandise
Compatibility: Virtually all home entertainment systems
Recreated from 3D laser scans of the last known screen-used hero prop
Detachable Phaser I and pistol grip with securing bolt
Gesture-based remote uses IR to control entertainment systems (but not RF systems like PS4 or Xbox)
Removable Phaser I works as a standalone gesture-based universal remote control
Personal lock code lets you keep the pew pew all to yourself
Guided setup teaches you how to use the phaser with spoken prompts
Store up to 36 programmable gestures over 3 memory banks
Multicolored flashing emitter for pew pew visuals
Ten position dial selects range of different Phaser firing sounds (including Phaser Overload sequence)
(Plus silent mode for stealthy control)
Tactile force-feedback vibration motor lets you feel the power of the phaser
Comes with metal display stand with hidden magnet
Materials: High-quality nickel and brass-plated die-cast metal parts, lacquer coated
Batteries: Built-in lithium polymer battery (recharges using included USB cable)
Includes specially-designed, protective transit case, with hidden-magnet, die-cast metal display stand, USB charging cable, special-issue Enterprise screwdriver with blade cover and debossed text, and illustrated poster manual
Dimensions: Assembled phaser measures 8.2″ x 6″ x 1.4″, protective case measures 12.6″ x 7.4″ x 2.4″

Here’s the link for the Exclusive Star Trek Phaser Remote Replica, and in case you missed these before, the 10th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Exclusive Programmable TV Remote, and the 11th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Programmable TV Remote





Erin Willard
Written by Erin Willard

Erin is the Editor In Chief and West Coast Correspondent for SciFiMafia.com