.Model Description: Authorized by Mani91, this time machine controller from a famous movie, is presented in a 1:1 scale. Most toggle switches and rotary switches are functional and movable. The two main control levers even have a spring mechanism to return to their central positions (from left to right). Inside, there are Easter eggs waiting for your exploration. The model, with its compact and delicate design and an optimal number of parts, is conducive to easy assembly. With a compact and delicate appearance and an optimal number of parts, the model, with high visual and collectible value, is easy to assemble, showcasing excellent, sturdiness, aesthetics, and enjoyable assembly.
.Made from eco-friendly ABS materials, the set includes 2140 high-quality parts in precise casting and molding, ensuring a tight fit without looseness. The parts are smooth, without burrs or jagged edges, ensuring safety during the assembly process.
.Clear Instruction Steps: Comes with a QR code manual, allowing to scan and access detailed assembly instructions online. The steps are clear, and the assembly process is quick and easy to follow through visual instructions.
.Value and Significance: Once assembled, the set creates an excellent display model and background decoration. The set not only enhances manual and cognitive skills but also serves as the perfect gift for block collectors, beginners, naval enthusiasts, sci-fi enthusiasts, and model enthusiasts.
.Notes: Contains small parts, suitable for 16+. Use and storage should be done with care. If you encounter any problems during the assembly process, please contact us in time.
“Marty, you didn’t fall asleep, did you?“
“Uh, Doc. Uh, no. No, don’t… don’t be silly.“
“Let me show you this remote control. It’s a Futaba… you know… all the best stuff is made in Japan. I’ve upgraded it a bit – it’s now able to control the DeLorean time machine!”
Doc Brown’s Futaba remote from Back to the Future
My new MOC is a 1:1 scale replica of the legendary remote control used by Doc Brown in Back to the Future (1985) to control the Delorean.
Most of the toggle and rotary switches can be moved. The two main joysticks even return to their center position (from left to right) using a spring mechanism.
I did my best to make the remote control as precise as possible – right down to the four Duracell batteries on the back and the cable connections on the STOP switch and the STOP indicator.
As an easter egg, I designed the remote openable – inside is the famous scene in the Twin Pines Mall parking lot when Marty travels back through time pursued by the Libyans. There was even room for Doc’s SEIKO control clock, which he uses to monitor the first time travel experiment with Einstein.
.Product Weight: 2000g
.Package Weight: 2450g
.Product Dimensions: 13 x 23 x 25cm
.Package Dimensions: 35.8 x 26 x 6.8cm
.Packing: Graphic Carton