In addition to the basic costume Phasers and Romulan disruptors found on costume sites, we’ve searched around and found a bunch of even better weapons available for your Star Trek universe uniforms and costumes.
These range everywhere from Star Trek costume phasers to Klingon weapons, and from Prop Replicas of varying technical accuracy (and price) to Collector’s pieces.
If you’re searching for the best way to round out your Star Trek convention uniform or costume, these will definitely be a good place to start looking. Here are some of the ones we recommend the most.
Starfleet Type 1 and Type 2 Phasers
There aren’t a whole lot of these special Star Trek: TOS black-handled phasers in stock right now, so if this one catches your eye, I’d check it out quick.
This carefully reproduced Art Asylum Sculpt replica is popular with fans, with an average review of over 4 out of 5 stars, and predominantly 5 star ratings. It features a removable Type 1 phaser, and comes complete with light-up and sound effects. However, because of small parts, it’s not a small child’s toy and should be purchased for a recommended age of 14 or older.
This black-handled model can be hard to find, so if you’re in the mood to collect one, I’d check it out before it goes out of stock during the Halloween rush. This is truly a great phaser prop replica if you want to stand out from the crowd.
This Quantum Mechanix 2009 Movie Phaser is a stunt replica rather than a toy. If you’re a fan or collector of movie pieces, this phaser is a great option. It’s well-designed for presentation or display, and if you’re not worried about special effects (noise and such), it’s a stunning piece to really make your uniform stand out.
With excellent materials and attention to detail, it presents itself as a more expensive-looking replica compared to the actual price.
Reviews are excellent with a great 5 of 5 rating by multiple buyers. It is chrome and steel-plated over a resin core to give it weight and heft, and modeled precisely on the original props used by actors in the 2009 movie. If you’re into realism, you’ve got to take a look at this phaser replica.
This Star Trek Original Series Phaser Pistol by Art Asylum is going to be a real treat for Star Trek fans and collectors. It is long out of production and only a few left, so act fast!
Starfleet Assault Phasers
The Starfleet Security Assault Phaser is a collectible Phaser from Master Replicas, and has only a limited supply. The manufacturer has discontinued production, so what you see is what you get. If you like the look of this beauty, be sure to check it out and catch it in stock.
Like other authentic prop replicas, this Assault Phaser is not a cheap kid’s toy and was designed for a great presentation. This model was seen in the films Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
In collaboration with the Star Trek Production team, they based the design on scans of the original film prop, and it comes with an acrylic dust cover and base, a display stand, prop story, plaque and Certificate of Authenticity. Check it out and catch one of the last ones in stock.
Klingon Disruptors and and Bat’Leths
This Klingon Disruptor from Diamond Select Toys is available now at Amazon. It’s a great-looking disruptor to round out a Klingon costume for parties or conventions.
It has screen-accurate detailing to ensure the best possible presentation, and includes electronic lights and sounds to boot. However, as with many items with small parts, it does present a choking hazard, so this is suitable to older children (over 3) or us “adult kids” only.
This new Klingon Disruptor is billed as part of Diamond Select’s “role-play” line, which includes communicators and tricorders, as well.
IF you’re looking for a great Klingon weapon, check this out.
This massive 48-inch Klingon Bat’Leth is a cool Star Trek universe accessory to check out at Amazon. I’ll be honest with you here – it hasn’t gotten good reviews, but there were only a couple reviews total, so it can be hard to be sure about quality overall.
In general, Top Swords’ products on Amazon have mostly received excellent ratings, so these seem a little suspect. I’m sure the buyers had the experience they described, but from their wording they are certainly die-hard fans.
I think, to some degree, that the complaints about the bat’leth’s construction could be overstated, just because it’s hard to tell what use they tried to make of their Klingon weapon.
If you’re looking for a show piece that you don’t intend to sharpen and use to whack someone’s head off, it may very well be a good purchase. Just make sure of the return policy, as always, just in case.
In any case, Bat’Leth’s are hard to find, so it may be worth a look to see if some good reviews have popped up, or if you’re desperate to round out your costume.
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Lastly, you can also try this page at Amazon, where a number of items are included in the listings.