Kids Logic to Release Delorean Time Machine Model

A Delorean Time Machine Model?  Great Scott!

The latest idea by Kids Logic and Universal Studios should make fans, collectors, and pop culture enthusiasts worldwide rejoice, a Delorean Time Machine model. Of course, we’re talking about a miniature version which does not really travel through time, but that does not mean that you should not purchase it, as the automobile will blow your mind with all of the details and work done making it resemble the Back to the Future 2 version of the car.

This legendary Delorean time machine is made in a 1/20 scale, making it about 8.5 inches in length (approximately 22 cm). In addition, it features openable doors, movable wheels, and more than 10 LED lights, all showing how magnificently detailed the time machine is. The box includes two sets of wheels, one resembling a normal car and one from the flying scene. Flame effect parts are also included, but what really shows how much they worked on it are the 2 bases included. One is a regular display base while the other is magnetic. This magnetic base when combined with the time machine makes the car is levitate, completely recreating the levitating Delorean scene from the movie, which is astounding. The magnetic floating base also comes featured with LED lights.

Pictures of the car have been released, with a notice that the final product might be a slightly different as this one is still a prototype. Batteries are not included, but are required both for the time machine and for the magnetic floating base. Another thing not included is an AC/DC adaptor.

The release date is sometime during the second quarter of 2016, but the time machine can be pre-ordered on Kids-logic’s website for a price of $205.00, with a notice that they do not ship to US and Japan. People from those countries can pre-order it on Entertainment Earth for a slightly more expensive price of $224.99 and free shipping.

By Bryan Stewart

Bryan first discovered an appreciation for action figures at an early age, setting up elaborate GI Joe ant hill attacks, complete with firework pyrotechnics. Due to the high injury rate for the Joes, replacements were a constant necessity.

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