Star Trek Insignia Badge - Engineering

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Star Trek Insignia Badge - Engineering
$11.90

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Star Trek 2009 - Engineering badge
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You are the best of the best, because only the most talented, capable and dedicated get to wear this badge. Welcome to the United Federation of Planets Peace Operations: Starfleet.
 
You have been selected to serve as a starship engineer or technical officer and to wear the insignia of Starfleet Technical. As such, we present you with this solid-metal division badge. Serve with honor!
 
Our Starfleet Division badges are exact replicas of the uniform insignia from Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness, with each design taken directly from the screen-used hero prop. Each badge measures 2 3/16" h x 1 5/16" w.
 
Cast in metal and hand burnished, they're cosplay ready with two pins on the reverse side to hold them securely in place.
Reviews

Customer Reviews 9 item(s)

Easily Moddified to be a magnetic pin
I bought this because I just got my first job as a mechanical engineer. excellent quality item. I think it is made from aluminum because the metal is not magnetic. the pins on the back are quite thick and will leave holes in shirts but I guess I should have expected that. I turned it into a magnetic pin by cutting the pins off and gluing some small disk magnets to the back so now I can wear it without poking holes in my shirts.
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Review by Erik Johnson / (Posted on 8/21/2014)
Four Stars
The Starfleet Badge was of good quality. Was given to a co-worker as a gift. He really loved it.
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Review by Snogger "Mom of Gamers" / (Posted on 7/9/2014)
Loved it
these things look great, good quality, I thought they would be a little bigger, but that aside, they look great and I couldn't be happier
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Review by Okie2You / (Posted on 4/11/2014)
Nice pins for us Trekkies
Well made and relatively inexpensive. A bit heavy, but I hope that means good quality. My kids love them too.
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Review by George Stebbins "Sky Guy" / (Posted on 4/5/2014)
Great Pin
Great pin for many uses. I bought it for a costume and was very impressed with the quality. its all metal
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Review by Katelyn Kelsey / (Posted on 3/15/2014)
Awesome Pin
I wear this pin with some star trek shirts that ordered at the same time. The pin is exactly as described and I get a lot of comments from people. I am an engineering student and my professors get a kick out of seeing it.
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Review by John / (Posted on 3/8/2014)
Star trek pin.
I got this Star Trek pin for my BF's B-day next month but I gave it to him early.

He is a super HUGE fan of Star Trek so I had to make sure he got this pin :-)

All I can say is that he loves it :-D he says it looks just like the badge in the new movie of star trek which makes him super happy. The pin is the same size as in the movie and it comes in this nice tiny box that is sure to keep your pin safe.

I refer this to people who truely loves star trek like my Bf is. :-)
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Review by Amanda / (Posted on 1/25/2013)
Really cool
Really cool.... just awesome. I'm not a big Star Trek fan but my step dad is. The quality was really good, it pins on so it won't come off. I bought the whole set for him for xmas and he really like them. They are about 2.5 inches from top to bottom and they weren't too heavy or anything.
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Review by J. Formico / (Posted on 1/2/2011)
Nice prop/pin for Star Trek fans
I got this for my daughter who is a major Star Trek fan. She likes all the shows and really enjoyed the movie.
This is based off the 2009 movie version of the badges and has two pins on the back, one at the top of the chevron and the other in the wider point on the bottom. It's very secure once in place with clutch backs to hold the pins.
It's a nicely shiny metal and has the right dimensions. You could use this with an appropriate colored teeshirt and slacks for a very minimalist costume.
Definitely a hit with her. The box is cardboard and easy enough to open and close to make a decent display if you want to use it that way.
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Review by Shala Kerrigan "Glitter it and call it art." / (Posted on 10/11/2010)