EXO-6: Lieutenant Julian Bashir (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)


EXO-6 präsentiert die Dr. Julian Bashir Sixth Scale Figure – eine sorgfältig gefertigte Hommage an einen der beliebtesten Charaktere aus Star Trek.

The Julian Bashir Sixth Scale Figure features:

  • Fully Articulated Body: More than 30 points of articulation allow the figure to be displayed in multiple dynamic poses, approximately 30 cm tall.
  • Realistic Portrait: The portrait sculpt of Alexander Siddig as Julian Bashir is beautifully sculpted with an authentic likeness. It is specially hand-painted.
  • Starfleet Duty Uniform: Meticulously researched, this duty uniform matches the pattern and color of the original costume as seen from season 5 on, recreated in sixth scale. Lieutenant pips are permanently attached to the collar and a non-removeable DS9 com badge is affixed to the chest. Magnets are sewn into the jumpsuit so the holsters for the tricorder and phaser can be attached.
  • Boots: Soft plastic boots sculpted to match the cut and style of the original footwear.
  • Hands: A total of seven interchangeable hands are included so he can be displayed holding his accessories.
  • Display Base: A hexagonal display base featuring the transporter pad will provide additional support for the figure. Two different inserts for the floor of the base can represent the transporter pad or the center of the transporter array.
  • Autograph card: An informational card that can be used to get an autograph from the performer and displayed with your figure.


  • Lt. Bashir is outfitted with everything needed for a Star Fleet medical officer. He comes equipped with:
  • Type II hand phaser. The phaser can be worn in a black holster that magnetically attaches to his jumpsuit.
  • Hypospray: Includes 3 differently colored vials.
  • Medical Tricorder: This tricorder includes a removeable scanner that fits in the back of the tricorder. It can be folded up and worn in a holster.
  • PADD (Personal Access Display Device): the data display device used onboard Deep Space 9.


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