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Jon Pertwee stars in 1974's Death to the Daleks

Official Dalek Reproductions Now Available!

What would make your home complete? Or perhaps your workplace? If the answer you’ve given is anything else then a full size Dalek, you may not want to read on!

The BBC online shop have now started accepting orders from customers to buy full size, fully functioning Dalek props from various eras of Doctor Who. You can have a bronze Time War Dalek, a silver trooper from 1974’s Death to the Daleks, one of the Ironside models from 2010’s Victory of the Daleks or the matte black version that looks suspiciously like Dalek Sec before he had his makeover in 2007’s Daleks in Manhattan.

Jon Pertwee stars in 1974's Death to the DaleksThese specially made Daleks are not just cheap remakes but lovingly crafted pieces, each one with its own time and effort put into it.

Starting from £2995 the are impressive reproductions that stand at a mighty five foot and 3 inches! Other features include:

-Manufactured by hand to order

-Made from the same moulds and specifications as the original Daleks

-Ball Jointed arms

-Plunger arm extends in and out

-Dome rotates 360 degrees

-Built on small casters for ease of movement

This is your chance to build your own Dalek army or to simply ward off thieves in the area, the price may be high but the reward is great! Visit www.bbcshop.com/page/dalekreplicas to place your order!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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