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June 6, 2012

Star Trek Plush Bears

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Set phasers to snuggle

Sometimes a product makes our inner geekling squee. Seeing these bears brought us back to the bridge our bedroom, where we had assembled all our plush creatures for an adventure. A giraffe for Mr. Spock (lean with pointy ears), a panda for Sulu (we’d just learned in school that pandas come from Asia), our sister’s prettiest teddy bear for Uhura (we took the one with the red bow), and the mighty lion for Kirk (king of the jungle).

With these bears we can assemble the cuddliest of bridge crews. These adorable ursine replicas of your favorite Star Trek characters are a little over a foot tall. They wear Starfleet uniform tunics, sans pants (as Kirk intended!). Their fuzzy faces even look a bit like their namesakes: Kirk Bear has his noble and fierce features while the Spock Bear sports pointy ears and an incredulous expression. Snuggle up to one today.

Product Specifications

  • Cuddly ursine replicas of your favorite Star Trek characters
  • Their fuzzy faces really look like Kirk and Spock
  • Spock bear has pointy ears and iconic eyebrows
  • Dimensions: 13.5 inches tall
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