The range of Dalek Toys is growing all the time with the enduring popularity of the Daleks in the New Series of Doctor Who
- 50th Anniversary Dalek
2013 Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Collector's Dalek 50th Anniversary Dalek
- Sound FX Daleks
New for 2012 Sound FX Daleks
- Dalek Spaceship Set
Character Building New for 2012 Dalek Spaceship
- Dalek Paradigm
Featuring first release of Dalek Supreme Dalek Supreme
- RC Dalek Drone - New!
As seen in Victory of the Daleks (2010). RC Dalek Drone features Infrared Battle Capability, poseable gun and arm, 360 degree movement & light and sound effects. Infrared battle requires two Daleks (one supplied per pack) of different control frequencies (27Mhz & 40Mhz)
RC Dalek Drone
- RC Dalek Strategist - New!
As seen in Victory of the Daleks (2010). RC Dalek Strategist features Infrared Battle Capability, poseable gun and arm, 360 degree movement & light and sound effects. Infrared battle requires two Daleks (one supplied per pack) of different control frequencies (27Mhz & 40Mhz)
RC Dalek Strategist
- 13" RC Dalek Drone - New!
Features 'Dual Stick’ movement control, 10 Dalek phrases and exterminator gun sound effect plus illuminating eye
13" Dalek Drone
- Dalek Battle Pack - New!
New shape Daleks as seen first in Victory of the Daleks (2010) in a revised 2010 Dalek Battle Pack featuring infrared radio controlled daleks. Includes Strategist (blue dalek) and Drone (red dalek). The first Character Dalek Battle Packs were released in 2007 and included a 5 inch figure Box Sets. The 2010 daleks stand 6 inches high
- RC Dalek Ironside
As seen in Victory of the Daleks (2010). RC Dalek Ironside features Infrared Battle Capability, poseable gun and arm, 360 degree movement & light and sound effects. Infrared battle requires two Daleks (one supplied per pack) of different control frequencies (27Mhz & 40Mhz)
RC Dalek Ironside
- Dalek Collector's Set #1
The Classic Dalek Set features three 5" Daleks from the Classic Series episodes. The three Daleks included are as seen in The Dead Planet (1963), The Planet of the Daleks (1973) and Genesis of the Daleks (1975)
Dalek Collector's Set #1
- Dalek Collector's Set #2
Dalek Set #2 features three 5" Daleks from the Classic Series episodes. Set 2 includes a Saucer Pilot Dalek featured in Dalek Invasion of Earth (1964), the Emperor’s Guard Dalek from Evil of the Daleks (1967) and Supreme Dalek as seen in Day of the Daleks (1972). First seen at US SDCC 2009. Made available in UK in limited quantities from Forbidden Planet
Dalek Collector's Set #2
5" & 12" Radio Controlled Davros figure. Davros, the creator of the Daleks as seen in the Series 4 finale, first appeared in Genesis of the Daleks (1975). A crazed but brilliant scientist from the planet Skaro, Davros depends on his dalekanium chair for mobility, has only one functioning arm and has a single cybernetic eye. Emits phrases such as 'Welcome to my new empire, Doctor!'
5" RC Davros Stolen Earth Set Davros
- Dalek Voice Changer Helmet
With light and sound FX and featuring 3 speech modes - Voice Changer, Dalek Phrases and Exterminate Buy Now The Dalek Voice Change Helmet can be found in bronze or 'Dalek Sec' black. The packaging has been revised to better display the eye stalk in place.
More Dalek Voice Changer Helmet
- Supreme Dalek Voice Changer Helmet
Featuring the red/gold livery and different dome of the Supreme Dalek. With light and sound FX and featuring 3 speech modes - Voice Changer, Dalek Phrases and Exterminate
More Dalek Voice Changer Helmet
- Dalek Sec Hybrid Voice Changer Mask
Dalek Sec Hybrid appears in the Series 3 episode Daleks in Manhattan. Cult of Skaro Leader Dalek Sec merges with the human Mr Diagoras to create a new hybrid race. The Dalek Sec Mask can operate in two modes; button one for Dalek Sec phrases and button two for Dalek voice changer mode
- Daleks in Manhattan Set
Featuring Dalek Thay (with rear panel damage), Dalek Sec Hybrid, Pig Guard and The Doctor (10th Doctor in long coat with red plimsoles and sonic screwdriver accessory)
- 18" Voice Interactive Dalek
The Voice Interactive Dalek is partly voice commanded and able to track a moving object. In addition to radio control it has sound, movement and heat sensors as well as sound and light effects. The Interactive Dalek has more than 50 Dalek phrases. It can respond to over 30 seperate voice commands. The eye stalk and exterminator arm light up. The motorised head can rotate through 270 degrees. Interactive dalek has multiple operational modes including Seek Locate, Follow Me and Static/Roving Room Guard Modes Review
- Genetic Print Dalek - New!
New Series 1 Genetic Print Dalek With Colour Change Handprint as seen in the episode Dalek (2005). The Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler encounter the Daleks in a strange underground museum in Utah in 2012. When Rose puts her hand on an enchained Dalek she leaves more than her handprint; her genetic imprint is quickly absorbed, helping the Dalek to renew a section of its Dalekanium casing
- Army of Ghosts Set
- Genesis Ark and Daleks
Designed by the Time Lords using technology also found in the Tardis, the original Genesis Ark was a prison space ship constructed to hold captured daleks during the Time War. This boxed set includes the Ark and the four Daleks from the Cult of Skaro - Dalek Sec, the leader and Black or Supreme Dalek, and Daleks Caan, Thay and Jast. Skaro is the Dalek's home planet. The Cult of Skaro were most recently seen in Daleks in Manhattan (2007). Each Dalek has a different id tag under the eyestalk. The first release versions have no blue dot in the eyepiece. The latest (late 2007) version has the formerly gold Daleks Jast, Thay and Caan revised with a new bronze and gold livery
- Dalek Sec Hybrid
Dalek Sec hybridises with the human Mr Diagoras in the Series 3 episode Daleks in Manhattan (2007)
- Damaged Dalek Thay
This 5" Dalek figure can also be found as just Dalek Thay. Another version of Dalek Thay without damage to the rear panels can be found in the Army of Ghosts Figure Set
Dalek Thay Vs Crucible Dalek
- Dalek with Mutant Reveal
Released early in 2007 in the Series One 5" action figure range. This gold Dalek is the only one to feature a removeable panel revealing the purple mutant within.
- Dalek Sec
- Assault Dalek
- Radio Controlled Dalek
A Range of sizes and colours are available from Character Options and Product Enterprise Ltd. Character Options have released 5" and 12" Radio Control Daleks as well as the Mini Dalek Battle Pack with Doctor, Rose or Cyberman figure included. The 5" RC Daleks include the all gold, and black and gold variations from the Battle Pack and the all black Dalek Sec RC Dalek Interior The Character Options 12" RC Daleks include the Assault Dalek (With Claw Arm) and the Imperial Guard Dalek (with large weapon instead of sucker arm), both seen in The Parting of The Ways (2006), as well as the 12" RC Dalek Sec. Read More Product Enterprise Radio Control Daleks are available in red, blue, silver, grey, black (Supreme Dalek) and white (Imperial Dalek)
- 3D Dalek Money Bank
Moulded 3D design in gold with removeable top
- Micro Talking Dalek
One of a range of 8 with colour variations. These Daleks emit seven phrases and incorporate a pull back motor
The 5" RC Supreme Dalek features full movement control and range of Dalek phrases such as 'You will all be exterminated!' and 'Daleks are the Masters of the Earth!' 12" Supreme Dalek features automated eye stalk and head movement
5" RC Supreme Dalek 12" RC Supreme Dalek
Featuring The Genesis Ark, Dalek Thay, Mickey Smith with Void Device and Damaged Cyberman
The all black Dalek Sec is the infamous leader of the Cult of Skaro. This Dalek is a 5" scale Series 2 figure. Sec is also found in the Genesis Ark and Daleks set and as a 5" RC figure
The Assault Dalek is a bronze coloured Series 1 action figure featuring a claw arm. The only other 5" Dalek with a claw arm is the US SDCC exclusive release Chocolate Assault Dalek
There are also very many Dalek items to collect
- Supermag Dalek
Dalek toy made of magnetic connectors by Plastwood
- Inflatable Dalek
A four foot inflatable Dalek made by Product Enterprise
- Dalek Bottle Opener
Talking Dalek bottle opener emits phrase "Alert! Alert! It has been exterminated!"
- Dalek Backpack
Available as rucksack or trainer bag with Dalek design on the front
- Dalek Action Lights & Sounds Alarm
This sculpted gold-coloured Dalek has an LED clock, a base that glows blue in the dark and an alarm emitting the phrases "Exterminate!", "You would make a good Dalek!" and "You are an enemy of the Daleks, you must be destroyed!"
- Dalek Wallet
Features Dalek blueprints on interior of wallet
- Dalek Scooter
Two wheel scooter with kick stand and front mounted Dalek figure with sound effects
- Dalek Bath Towel
Features Doctor Who logo above gold Dalek and "Exterminate" motif
- Dalek Bath & Shower Gel
3D Dalek Model in gold filled with bath and shower gel
- Dalek Cookie Jar
Available in ceramic silver or limited edition ceramic gold Dalek Cookie Jar Review
What is a Dalek?
Dalek history goes back to 1963 and the second serial of the original classic BBC Doctor Who TV series written by Terry Nation (1930-1997). First Doctor William Hartnell battled the mutants in Nation's The Daleks. Terry Nation and subsequently the Nation estate, jointly own the copyright to the Daleks with the BBC.
The Daleks were an instant hit then and today still have an iconic status in popular culture.
Daleks are not robots, they are actually a race of mutants from the planet Skaro that inhabit their mechanical shells in a manner more akin to cyborgs. They can however exit the shell to reveal their true hideous alien squid-like nature.
With an unquestioning belief in their total superiority, the Daleks sole purpose is to exterminate all other lifeforms.
Character Options Dalek Action Figures - Thanks Cameron
The huge popularity of the Daleks in Doctor Who lead to an invasion of Dalek merchandise. Read more about Dalek toy history
The very first Dalek toy was released in 1964; a battery-operated Dalek figure by Louis Marx which could glide on wheels while flashing its head light.
The early Dalek toys are now very much collector's items.
In the 60's you could also get rubber Dalek puppets and clockwork Daleks!
By the 1970's you could buy talking Daleks from Palitoy in various colours which naturally said things like "Exterminate!" and "You Will Obey!"
In 1977 Mego and Denys Fisher released a red-domed 6" Dalek action figure. Denys Fisher
In the 80's you could build your own Dalek model from a kit made by Sevans.
Until 2001 Dapol produced a range of Dalek action figures including a Davros figure and see-through Transmat Dalek. Dapol Daleks
Product Enterprises then became the BBC Worldwide's master Toy Licensee and released new talking Daleks and later Roll-A-Matic Daleks.
Visit the Doctor Who Toy History Page
2005 brought the first Character Options Dalek toys including the various remote control Daleks.
2006 was the year of the Dalek Genesis Ark boxed set.
2007 saw the arrival of the Dalek with Mutant Reveal, a 5" action figure by Character Options, Dalek Sec, Dalek Sec Hybrid, Damaged Dalek Thay and Assault Dalek figures
In July 2007 Underground Toys released the Chocolate Assault Dalek at the US SDCC Comic Convetion, a figure limited to just 3000 pieces.
There are very many more Dalek toys and figures to discover, this is just a small selection!
Dalek world toy domination looks set to continue with the rollout of fresh Daleks now ongoing. Watch this space for new Dalek releases. Dalek toy history
Character Options Radio Controlled Daleks
The very first Character Options five inch Radio Controlled Daleks were released in the Dalek Battle Pack.
See the inside of an RC Dalek Click to See/Hear
The Dalek Battle Pack also included Character's first five inch action figures; the 9th Doctor and Rose. Though the Daleks remain the same, other versions of this pack have been released with the 10th Doctor and the Cyberleader.
The first release version of the RC Dalek in the Battle Pack is the standard gold version as seen in Dalek (2005). The second and later release version however has a special combination of gold and black not seen in the TV series. Character Options gave this Dalek a unique ID tag under its eyestalk. Both these Daleks have a slightly translucent section on the grille under the dome - this is to allow the infrared transmitters to be used to battle. They also have poseable guns and arms, and flashing head lamps to indicate damage. See the RC Dalek Interior
At around the same time, Character released the large 12 inch gold RC Dalek.
Despite production problems, 12" RC Dalek was the number one Christmas toy of 2005. It was given standard Dalek phrases such as "You are an enemy of the Daleks!" and the archetypal "EXTERMINATE!" as well as Dalek gun sounds.
All the 12" Daleks also feature a rotating gun platform, poseable appendages and automatic head and eyestalk movement, with a glowing eye and lamps that flash in time to speech.
Following this, a separate 5" RC Dalek was released. This Dalek was basically the same as the gold Battle Pack Dalek - but without flashing headlamps, and with the translucent section replaced by an opaque one. The 5" Daleks say "Seek, locate, destroy" randomly as they move around, and "Exterminate!" when a button is pressed on the controller.
Soon after this, new 12" Assault Daleks and Imperial Guard Daleks were released, with special weaponry and colour schemes. The speech was the same as the standard 12" Dalek.
After Doomsday, revised 5" repaints and the new 12" RC Dalek Sec were brought out.
The 5" RC Dalek is just like the gold version, except in black, with the Dalek Sec name tag under the eyestalk and with a ball bearing instead of a front wheel.
The 12" RC Dalek Sec had completely revised speech, with a deeper voice and new phrases in keeping with Dalek Sec's seniority - such as "No other warning will be given!" and "Multiple spectrum scanning now engaged!".
The second set of gold 5" inch Daleks now had the "Dalek Sec" name tag in error, and the studs on the body and base were unpainted.
All the Daleks move on two motorized wheels which are controlled by a dual stick controller and a third free-moving wheel. This creates authentic-looking Dalek movement, plus, you can get the Dalek to spin around whilst staying on the same spot.
The 12" control unit has several buttons down the middle which control speech, while the 5" Daleks just have the one. Both control units are loosely based around the bodywork of the Dalek.
More Radio Controlled Daleks are anticipated. The second half of 2007 sees the release of 12" Dalek Thay and 18" Voice Interactive Dalek Sec and Dalek Vision. RC Daleks Courtesy of Jacob R
18" Voice Interactive Dalek Review
The Voice Interactive Dalek has a vibration detector on it's head. If you tap it, it will stop what it's doing and say "Danger! Alert! Alert!" or "Halt!"
The dalek gun will light up and the eyestalk will flash blue and red. It will then play a dalek heartbeat sound and say "Dalek unit, status 100% efficiency, awaiting input."
STATIC ROOM GUARD
To get the dalek into static guard mode say 'DALEK' it will reply 'YES' then say 'GUARD LOCATION' it will then say 'I obey, dalek unit engaging guard mode' it will then move side to side and say 'Leave this area or be exterminated' a dalek heartbeat is then heard. After 30 seconds it says 'Superior dalek multispectrum scanning now engaged'. If it detects you, it will say 'Leave this area or be exterminated'; if you don't give a command it will exterminate you but, if you say 'dalek, obey me' or 'override voice command' it will say 'voice command recognized' and state number of intruders.
Voice command DALEK + SEEK LOCATE
The dalek will move around a room if a moving object crosses its field of vision it will say 'leave this area or be exterminated' if the command isn't given it will exterminate the intruder. To override the attack system you must state the command :
'dalek' + (dalek responds `yes') + 'voice command override'.
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'PLOT ATTACK'
You can programme the dalek with your voice. The dalek will take up to 10 movement commands. When the command 'execute the attack' is given, the dalek will do the sequence ending it with 'exterminate'.
BATTLE DEFENCE MODE
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'DEFENCE MODE'
The dalek will say 'interfacing with battle computer' it will seek out a moving target and exterminate it. Then it will go into normal mode.
DALEK MEMORY BANK
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'DO YOU RECOGNISE' + 'CHARACTER NAME'
-THE DOCTOR - THE TARDIS
-THE CYBERMEN - THE EMPEROR
-THE GENESIS ARK - EMOTIONS
-THE TIME LORDS - MARTHA JONES
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'FOLLOW ME'
The dalek will recognise your heat signature and follow you.
IDENTIFY THE DOCTOR GAME
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'GAME MODE'
This is to be played with one or more players sat in a circle. The dalek will spin around and stop on who it thinks is the Doctor and exterminate him.
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'SILENT MODE'
The dalek will be silent.
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'SPEAK'
The dalek will say "We are the supreme beings".
Voice command 'DALEK' + 'OPTICAL SENSOR'
The dalek's eyestalk will turn off and it will say "My vision is impaired, I cannot see." Thanks Alan
5" RC Davros - Thanks Eugene