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July 9th, 2017 17 comments

Rubbertoe Doctor Who Dematerialisation Circuit Replica

Available to order from www.rubbertoereplicas.com

The dematerialisation circuit is an essential part of a TARDIS, which enables it to dematerialise from normal space into the Time Vortex, and rematerialise back from it. Dematerialisation circuits have been used in several episodes of classic Who (Terror of the Autons, The Three Doctors).

Mini dematerialisation circuits were also used by the Daleks in their time travel devices, in the episode ‘Day of the Daleks’

Now Rubbertoe Replicas is pleased to offer you this beautiful replica of the most recent version of the Dematerialisation Circuit, used in the recent dramatic series 10 finale, ‘The Doctor Falls’.

In this episode, the dematerialisation circuit of the Master’s TARDIS was destroyed as a result of the Master’s attempt to escape a Mondasian colony ship which was being pulled into a black hole. Ultimately, the Master would come across his future incarnation, Missy, who provided him with a spare dematerialisation circuit which she had remembered to keep on hand as a result of their encounter.

Made by Doctor Who prop maker Alun Hardy, this version of the dematerialisation circuit is quite a lot smaller than the prop that appeared in the classic series. Our replica is 1:1 scale, and, as always with a Rubbertoe Replica, is made using exactly the same materials and techniques that were used to create the original screen used prop.

The Dematerialisation Circuit comes with it’s own specially designed stand so it can be displayed attractively, and is packaged in a Rubbertoe gift box.

The majority of The Dematerialisation Circuit is made from resin – there are 5 separate pieces; the main body and the four discs. The main body is then art-worked using the Hydrochrome system, and the rest is then hand painted. The small details such as the copper wire are made and added meticulously by hand – there are twenty nine separate components in this little piece! They may be small but they sure are fiddly!


Categorised under: Collectables, Replicas and models

17 comments

  • Luke – Explosive Cookie

    July 11th, 2017 - 12:00am

    Just letting you know they announced a 4th Doctor sonic replica as well – went up last night

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  • Manhandle10

    July 10th, 2017 - 10:49am

    Mooncrest models made a stunning replica classic version.

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  • Vortexsurfer

    July 9th, 2017 - 2:50pm

    I don’t normally splash out on Rubbertoe products. They are fantastic and as close as you can get to owning the actual prop, but the price tag is too high to buy everything they do. On this occasion though, the link to the classic series made me go for it.

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  • Anonymous

    July 9th, 2017 - 10:07am

    So it’s “quite a lot smaller than the prop that appeared in the classic series” but “Our replica is 1:1 scale”. How does that work?

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    • booboo

      July 9th, 2017 - 10:21am

      clearly stated in the description

      “Rubbertoe Replicas is pleased to offer you this beautiful replica of the most recent version of the Dematerialisation Circuit, used in the recent dramatic series 10 finale”

  • Dalek4ever

    July 9th, 2017 - 9:16am

    Making this that quick after the finale seems odd

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    • Demdike@CultLabs

      July 9th, 2017 - 5:50pm

      Rubbertoe will have had the commission for months prior to the episode airing.

  • The truth

    July 9th, 2017 - 9:12am

    I thought it was The Master that had kept a spare and was just lieing to Missy.

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    • Ryan

      July 9th, 2017 - 10:06am

      No, she kept a spare with her, having remembered that conversation when she was him

    • Aries57

      July 14th, 2017 - 5:03am

      remember she produces it from hes coat

  • The Outcast

    July 9th, 2017 - 9:10am

    Yay, the first component in the “Maker your own TARDIS” Series! Can’t wait for issue #2 with the piece of TARDIS coral!

    Being serious, this is really cool. I really wanted someone to make a materialisation circuit prop.

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    • Dalekparadigm2

      July 9th, 2017 - 11:31am

      Don’t give the BBC ideas!! Issue 1: 99p – Issue 2 onwards: £50

    • Anonymous

      July 9th, 2017 - 12:29pm

      I’d actually really love that 😛

    • The Outcast

      July 9th, 2017 - 12:44pm

      Can’t wait for the last issue, issue #1053 (coming in the year 4356) which comes with a jar of artron energy to kkick start your TARDIS’ micro eye of harmony.

    • Anonymous

      July 9th, 2017 - 3:41pm

      The Outcast, aren’t you forgetting a sentient “House” lifeform with issue #1234 where you can possess your friends with the Tardis’ matrix?

    • The Outcast

      July 9th, 2017 - 4:16pm

      Ahh, yes, how foolish I forget the 334 bonus issues that were released. I especially liked issue #1108 to #1125’s Timelord summoning device.

    • Shaun

      July 9th, 2017 - 5:29pm

      I’m looking forward to issue 297, with the TARDIS homing device (as per season 18) and also issue 670 which shows you how to click your fingers so the TARDIS doors open.

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