Wednesday October 18th 2017






Stargate SG-1 Limited Edition Goa’uld Death Glider

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The Stargate SG-1 Limited Edition Goa’uld Death Glider Collector Scale Replica was just released this month and looks promising as a Stargate collectible. The item is made by Quantum Mechanix Products (QMx), a company known for making detailed science fiction genre collectibles and creating animated statuette versions of many popular characters. They are also responsible for the beautiful Stargate Coaster Set I recently reviewed and purchased.

The model appears to be a nicely detailed replica of a Goa’uld Death Glider from Stargate SG-1 and is being produced as a limited edition hand painted piece of only 1,500. Each item comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is individually-numbered.

I searched the web but I can’t seem to find details on the actual material specs (i.e. rubber, vinyl, metal, etc). The ship has a wingspan of approximately 8 inches (203.2mm) with a length of 5.25 inches (133.35mm) and weighs approximately 5 pounds (2.27 kg). It is lifted by a clear column above a diorama base which displays a miniature scene including a Stargate and DHD (Dial Home Device).

To be honest it looks more like a toy than a collectible and to that end we think it is really overpriced. There are also 2 Jaffa characters inside the glider that don’t look very impressive in the photographs I have seen around the web, but perhaps I am expecting too much. It is really hard to find quality Stargate collectibles, and this is a nice looking piece. If you get one or actually see one, please let us know what you thought about it, maybe we’re wrong.

Click here if you’d like to decide for yourself and see more images on the Stargate SG-1 Limited Edition Goa’uld Death Glider Collector Scale Replica. The price range seems to vary between $90-$110 on the many sites I searched, but only Amazon seems to lock in free shipping into the cost.

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