TROUBLE'S NEVER BEEN THIS FUN!

Attack demo with Spock image
At Ease Demo with Uhura Image
Watchdog demo with Kirk image
On Duty demo with Klingons image
Star Trek App-Enabled Interactive Tribble

Star Trek App-Enabled Interactive Tribble

Vendor
Science Division LLC
Regular price
$69.00
Sale price
$69.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Change MODES with or without the FREE Section K-7 app 

At ease mode demo
Attack mode demo
At Ease: Your Tribble will trill each time you move it. It will also trill on its own without being picked up because, well, it's a Tribble.

Attack!: In any mode, make it scream at your friends from the app.

On duty mode demo
Watchdog mode demo

On Duty: Each time it moves, your Tribble will trill when it meets a friend, but it will scream if it detects a Klingon! 

 Watchdog: Set your Tribble on top of an object that you wish to protect. If someone moves it, your Tribble will scream! 


Images of pages from the Section K-7 app

Specifications

Size: 5" tall and 8" across.

Color: 
Currently Tribbles are available in one color, a classic tan/brown.

Batteries: Each Tribble requires 3 AA batteries, which are not included. 

Shipping Cost: Shipping is calculated at checkout based on location. US shipping costs are usually under $10. International shipping varies by location. 

Reviews/Press

TrekMovie.com: "You could say that Science Division’s toy is the Ferrari of tribble toys. " - Kayla Iacovino  

Yahoo! Entertainment: by Ethan Alter

The trouble with most Tribble toys is that they’re more like furry decorations than futuristic pets. That changes with Science Division’s new line of interactive Tribbles, modeled after the classic Star Trek critters. Using next-gen Bluetooth science, these fuzzballs can interact with their owners after being paired with a free app available for most mobile devices. After naming your Tribble and assigning it to a Starfleet vessel or space station, you can toggle between three different modes: “At Ease,” offers maximum cuteness as the Tribble gently trills for your attention, while “On Duty” and “Watchdog” put it on its guard against rogue Klingon agents. And if it thinks it’s found one, it’ll raise quite the ruckus. Here’s the best news about this particular breed of Tribble: Unlike their onscreen counterparts, they don’t spontaneously reproduce. — E.A.
For press inquiries please contact: Support@ScienceDiv.com

About

 

Our Living App-enabled Tribbles started out as living room project. Since childhood, Kayleigha had dreamed of owning a real pet Tribble. So the two of us, Jay and Kayleigha, decided to make one. We learned about electronics online and built the first Tribble right there at home. 

Since then, CBS has officially licensed us to share our creation with other Star Trek fans. We have completed the manufacturing process, and we are ready to beam our Tribbles to their new homes!