action figures, Character Options also produced high quality toys related to both Doctor Who, and The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Doctor Who Edit
- New Series Doctor Who Logo (2005 £3.99 UK)
- Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK)
- 3D cast metal keyring on a metal chain with antique pewter finish.
- TARDIS (2005 £3.99 UK)
- Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK)
- Detailed plastic on chain and clip
- The Ninth Doctor and Rose (2005 £3.99 UK))
- Slitheen and Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK))
- Dalek "Exterminate!" (2006 £3.99 UK)
- TARDIS (2006 £3.99 UK)
- A number of ceramic mugs with an electronic talking feature were released in various designs and with various recorded sampled speech and sound effects (around 30 seconds).
- A detachable unit in the base that was battery powered detected a horizontal movement of the mug, activating the sound.
- Requires 3 x 1.5v AG13 batteries.
Bottle opener Edit
- This battery operated Dalek bottle opener says "Exterminate!" when connected to the bottle cap. (2005)
- Interestingly this product was marked suitable for age 5+.
Phone flasher Edit
- TARDIS with dark blue no roof texture. Red interior packaging (2005 £7.99 UK)
- TARDIS with lighter blue textured roof. Blue interior packaging (2005 £7.99 UK)
- Two versions of this model Police Box which flashed and sounded when a mobile phone rung in the vicinity.
- Phone compatibility was an issue.
TARDIS playset Edit
- A detailed, three quarter interior set built to accommodate the range of 5" action figures, with interactive console.
TARDIS exterior Edit
- A detailed, TARDIS exterior built to accommodate the range of 5" action figures, with sound effects, closing door mechanism, flashing lights and "spinning motion", capable of housing 2-3 figures.
- A second revised Eleventh Doctor version was released on 26/06/2010.
- A third revised Twelfth Doctor version was released in late 2015.
Sonic screwdriver Edit
- A highly detailed authentic replica for use as a UV pen and UV light to write and reveal hidden messages!
- The extendable slide and button action activated a sonic wave emitter and light.
- The sonic screwdriver pack came with a 30 sheet notepad and an extra black ink nib.
Laser screwdriver Edit
River Song's sonic screwdriver Edit
- Features included red and blue light settings, sound effects and a hidden neural relay indicator panel.
Sonic screwdriver and pen Edit
Eleventh Doctor sonic screwdriver Edit
- Released in April 2010 following the Eleventh Doctors UK TV premier of The Eleventh Hour (alongside 2 Eleventh Doctor 5" crash figures showing Tenth costume and new costume) RRP £14.99 (UK).
Judoon scanner Edit
Vortex manipulator Edit
- Replica vortex manipulator as worn by Jack Harkness with a small sonic screwdriver.
Fob watch Edit
Journal of Impossible Things Edit
- This small-scale replicated journal as seen in The Family of Blood and Human Nature with 78 printed pages and 21 blank pages for further notes in a leather-style cover.
- The battery operated mini sonic screwdriver with blue LED could also be used as a black ink pen.
- A later release in 2009 saw the mini-sonic screwdriver being replaced with a copy of the Masters ring.
TARDIS moneybox Edit
- Variants have been released of the TARDIS Moneybox each with opening doors, (inlaid photo revealing the TARDIS interior, Doctor, companion and coin slot).
- On opening the door, speech and sound is activated and the top light flashes with materialisation sound effects when the door is closed.
- The first release featured the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler in the TARDIS doorway. The TARDIS was dark blue, had no roof texture and came in red inlaid pack.
- With the second release, the TARDIS was a lighter blue had a textured roof and was packaged in a blue inlaid pack.
- Photo inlay shows the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler.
- Photo inlay shows the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones.
- Photo inlay shows the Eleventh Doctor's first TARDIS interior and repainted TARDIS
- Photo inlay shows the Twelfth Doctor's TARDIS interior and repainted TARDIS
The Sarah Jane Adventures Edit
Sonic lipstick and watch set Edit
- Sold as a set of two items with the lipstick requiring batteries.
Alien communicator set Edit
- Sold as a set , the electronic alien communicator (requiring batteries) came with a UV pen and notepad.
- Dalek Hunter LCD Game
- Laser versus Sonic
Remote control toys Edit
Cyberman toom guard Edit
- These base mounted figures had a range of movement and speech modes activated by motion sensors.
Tenth Doctor and K9 Edit
Battle Dalek 5" figure Edit
- The first remote controlled Dalek from Character Options featured a gold Dalek and control.
- Originally an exclusive for FW Woolworth.
- Was available in 27 and 40 MHz.
- Same gold Dalek as issued in the Dalek Battle Pack but without front sensor.
Battle Daleks Set Edit
- Two variant sets were issued featuring two Daleks (one gold, one black and gold), two controllers and either a Rose or the Ninth Doctor 5" figure with screwdriver (2005 £30.00 UK)
Walkie talkies Edit
- Set of two large character-shaped walkie talkies featuring the Ninth Doctor and a Slitheen (2005 £19.99 UK)
- Reissued later, the Ninth Doctor was replaced with a version of the Tenth Doctor.
- This K9 figure was modelled to a 1:5 scale and had a removable side panel.
- This Davros figure was available in both 12" and 5" models.
12" Supreme Dalek Edit
- A 5" remote control version was also available to the same design.
18" Control Dalek Edit
- Remote controlled deluxe model with a huge range of features that included;
Voice changers Edit
Variations on a theme, these voice changing helmets had adjustable straps to fit most heads and a built in voice modular and a variety of settings operable from concealed buttons.
Dalek helmet Edit
Dalek Sec hybrid helmet Edit
Cyberman helmet Edit
Judoon helmet Edit
Supreme Dalek helmet Edit
Cyber Leader helmet Edit