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June 23rd, 2020 27 comments

Dr Who Figurine Collection Console #4 The 12th Doctor

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Please note this does not come with the plastic casing as listed on the Eaglemoss site

The Twelfth Incarnation of Doctor brought back the original look of TARDIS console model as the next Special Edition of our Doctor Who Figurine Collection!

The Tardis Console Model: The Twelfth Doctor returns to the look of the original designs. Inspired by recent technologies such as the Hadron Collider, the new console feels more like a computer with six sides and no large clunky panels separating the panels like in the previous two designs. The central time rotor that moves the Tardis is much higher than in the original models as it connects the console with the roof of the console room.

This Tardis Console Model: The Twelfth Doctor, made from a high-quality polyresin, meticulously recreates the console as seen in the Series Eight starring Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor. The model was carefully hand-painted to capture the darker grey colour of the console and every button, switch and panel that brings to life the console that served the Doctor until his reincarnation as Thirteenth Doctor in Series Eleven.

Product Features:

  • The console measure approx 16.5 cm tall
  • Material: Metallic Resin, carefully produced in 1:21 scale
  • Hand-painted for incredible detail
  • Great gift for Doctor Who fans

The Tardis Console Model comes complete with a magazine detailing this console’s place in history, its functionality and use in the adventures.

Categorised under: 1:21 Scale Figurine Collection, Collectables


  • daz

    June 27th, 2020 - 9:33am


    I updated my console with acetate so looks more screen accurate. I can send a few photo’s over if you like. Then explain how I did it on here. It’s not perfect but looks great in my opinion.


    • booboo

      June 27th, 2020 - 10:22am

      send them through

    • daz

      June 27th, 2020 - 2:16pm

      Email sent with instructions.

      Feel free to post as a seperate guide.

    • Doug Who

      June 27th, 2020 - 8:12pm

      Hi Daz,
      I’d love to see how you did it. I’ve got acetate coming! Thanks for sharing.
      Thanks also Booboo for the Ebay tips for acrylic tubes. One of those might work for that ‘seamless’ look.

    • daz

      June 27th, 2020 - 9:46pm

      Doug. If you are on facebook I have also posted my results on the ‘Doctor Who Figurine Group’ which is run by Hero Collector.

    • Doug Who

      June 27th, 2020 - 11:59pm

      Cheers Daz…I’m not on FB but I think I’ll be able to see your post as I checked out the preview images for the ‘Dragon’ the other day.

      Thanks again!

    • The Ergon

      June 28th, 2020 - 12:24am

      Has anybody at a crack at those two monitors yet? and to Booboo, took those measurements but the company i ordered had minimal length of 100mm, so if if its a little on the large side i,ll cut down by 20mm. Is your order sealed at the top?

    • booboo

      June 28th, 2020 - 9:15am

      no, can you get them sealed?

    • The Ergon

      June 28th, 2020 - 9:01am

      That should be your plastic Tube. Is that sealed?

  • Fledershrew

    June 26th, 2020 - 10:51am

    For those of you who have purchased consoles, how would you rank them so far? Is the twelfth doctor’s console the best?

    I’d like to see Eaglemoss do the Rani’s console. I wonder if Eaglemoss could ever produce models from the “Seven Keys to Doomsday” stage production? For example the Trevor Martin doctor, the Clawrantular and that Doctor’s console?

    • booboo

      June 26th, 2020 - 10:56am

      they are all good, this is huge, my fav is the 5th though

    • daz

      June 27th, 2020 - 9:30am

      I still love the Five Doctors one. I’m probably biased as that was the console used on screen when I watched it as as a child. Looks lovely with the 7th Doctor figurine next to it.

      I’d say 5, 12, 1 and 4 in order but they are all good. 4’s does look tiny next to others (makes me wonder if scale is different and my OCD is already worrying about the wooden one in case it looks bigger than 4th).

    • JL

      June 27th, 2020 - 10:13am

      My favourites in order are 12, 1, 5 (some of the paint on the buttons is a bit uneven), then 4s (it just doesn’t stand out at me). I hope we see the 1996, 2005, 2010, 2013 (series 7b) and 2020 (brighter yellow than 2018) versions of the console soon (the 13th doctor console could also be done in blue)

  • Judooning

    June 25th, 2020 - 8:22am

    I’m thrilled with this, it looks brilliant

    • booboo

      June 25th, 2020 - 8:50am

      i love these consoles just hope they can keep going with them

    • daz

      June 25th, 2020 - 9:24am

      Me too.

      I hope we get at least all of the Doctors versions.

      I’m also hoping they will do a binder similar to what we got for the Rare Daleks.

      And a test of say the Five Doctors Tardis Mega size so can be used with CO figures.

      If Neil still reads the comments without posting try your best mate.

  • Dalek z

    June 24th, 2020 - 12:05pm

    Looks a bit weird without the plastic rotor casing to be honest, it just looks like it’s missing a major part which it is.
    The previous consoles had the plastic case and they look very odd without that part.
    I will make the rotor case but wrapping acetate around it will leave a seam which will drive me mad so now I have to find a seamless transparent tube that fits over it!

    • Doug Who

      June 24th, 2020 - 12:53pm

      If you do you do find a plastic tube that fits please let us know where…it would look great with one!

    • booboo

      June 24th, 2020 - 1:28pm

      there is quite a lot on ebay that may fit, i recon 40mm outer, 36mm inner with 2mm wall, you would have to cut to size i have asked one of the sellers (who is a way till the 27th) to see how much to cut to size from a long length, see how it works out cost wise each

      I think the length would need to be 80mm?

    • Dalek z

      June 24th, 2020 - 4:18pm

      That’s helpful Booboo, I don’t have the console in hand at this time to work out a size. If I find anything myself in future that’s good cost wise I will indeed let people know Doug Who.

    • daz

      June 24th, 2020 - 4:44pm

      Problem is, if you cover it with a pre-made tube it still won’t be screen accurate as the tube is not the complete width of the top/bottom of column.

      I’d be interested in seeing the results though. And of those that make the monitors.

    • ottoalexander

      June 25th, 2020 - 6:54am

      Maybe a heat shrink tube could work…

    • ottoalexander

      June 29th, 2020 - 1:25pm

      Well, the tube didn’t work…

  • Mrs Croot

    June 23rd, 2020 - 9:51pm

    Shame they didn’t do the monitors, that was the one thing I noticed straight away when I got it yesterday.

  • Robert Barker

    June 23rd, 2020 - 8:01pm

    Nice looking model how long till we get a blue version from series 7b

  • daz

    June 23rd, 2020 - 7:24pm

    I love mine.

    It is huge when compared to the others too. And yes, there is no plastic surrounding the time rotar column but it is not the end of the world.

    I intend to fix mine once I buy some Acetate.
    And if I’m feeling clever will make the monitors to finish off the look.

    I have however emailled Eaglemoss to ask them to amend the description on the website as it is most likely an error as we never saw any publicity pictures showing the plastic column.

    Buy it. It is still well worth the £24.99.

    I am also hoping they eventually do a Mega Console in scale with the Character Options 5.5 inch Range. Dreams can come true? Maybe.

  • Doug Who

    June 23rd, 2020 - 6:51pm

    Neil Corry explained it would have been too expensive and impractical to make this with the plastic cover and it was a mistake on the website, probably because it was copied straight from another console listing. Really good of him to tell us and be apologetic.

    It’s a really lovely model nonetheless and a plastic cover could be made by cutting a sheet of acetate to size. A few have done this already and it looks very good! I still need to work out how to attach the acetate nicely but not permanently…


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