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As well as producing an extensive range of articulated and highly detailed action figures, Character Options also produced high quality toys related to both Doctor Who, and The Sarah Jane Adventures.

For TARDIS toys produced for the classic series line, see this article.

Doctor Who[edit | edit source]

Keyrings[edit | edit source]

  1. New Series Doctor Who Logo (2005 £3.99 UK)
  2. Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK)
  • 3D cast metal keyring on a metal chain with antique pewter finish.
  1. TARDIS (2005 £3.99 UK)
  2. Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK)
  • Detailed plastic on chain and clip

Mugs[edit | edit source]

  1. The Ninth Doctor and Rose (2005 £3.99 UK))
  2. Slitheen and Dalek (2005 £3.99 UK))
  3. Dalek "Exterminate!" (2006 £3.99 UK)
  4. 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 | edit source]

  • 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 | edit source]

  1. TARDIS with dark blue no roof texture. Red interior packaging (2005 £7.99 UK)
  2. 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 | edit source]

  • A detailed, three quarter interior set built to accommodate the range of 5" action figures, with interactive console.

The Eleventh Doctor (not included) and Junk TARDIS as featured in TV: The Doctor's Wife.

  • This set was released in 2011.

TARDIS console room (coral theme).

  • Released in 2017, this was a re-release of the earlier Ninth/Tenth Doctor's TARDIS console room.

TARDIS exterior[edit | edit source]

  • 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.
  • A version of the Thirteenth Doctor's TARDIS was released in 2020 and featured similar light and sound SFX as those seen in earlier models.

The Thirteenth Doctor's TARDIS released in 2020.

Sonic screwdrivers[edit | edit source]

Sonic Screwdriver: 3rd Doctor[edit | edit source]

2 versions of this screwdriver were made, the second one being more screen accurate.

  • The Sonic Screwdriver is a versatile tool and defensive device first used by The Doctor in his second incarnation for opening up hatches, panels and controls. later uses included cutting through wall sections and even as a conventional screwdriver.
  • During the Third Doctor’s exile on Earth he had a larger and more elaborately detailed version, which has a decorated silver handle and black and yellow stripes. This version has even more functions including detecting security traps, remote detonation of mines, opening doors and restraints, creating ignitions sparks and again removing screws and fixings.
  • In this exclusive release, we present an electronic version of the Third Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver with two sounds and spring loaded sound activation.

Sonic Screwdriver: 4th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • The Sonic Screwdriver is a versatile tool and defensive device first used by the Doctor in his second incarnation for opening up hatches, panels and controls! Later uses included cutting through wall sections and even as a conventional screwdriver.
  • During the Fourth Doctor’s reign, he remade yet another similar style of Sonic Screwdriver but with many more features and functions including micro soldering of circuitry, cutting wires and bulkheads and even detonating Dalek explosives.
  • In this great new release we present an electronic version of the Fourth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver with 2 sounds and spring loaded sound activation.

Sonic Screwdriver: 5th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • The Doctor’s multipurpose tool is a Gallifreyan device, with numerous settings, easily controlled at the press of his thumb.
  • The Doctor has had many sonic screwdrivers of different designs throughout his life and now you can choose from previous iconic designs.
  • Key Features are:
    • Press button to activate.
    • Feature realistic sound FX.
  • The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors’ Sonic Screwdriver also feature light FX.
  • Requires 3 x L1154 batteries (included)

Sonic Screwdriver: 8th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • The Doctor’s multipurpose tool is a Gallifreyan device, with numerous settings, easily controlled at the press of his thumb.
  • The Doctor has had many sonic screwdrivers of different designs throughout his life and now you can choose from previous iconic designs.
  • Key Features are:
    • Press button to activate.
    • Feature realistic sound FX.
  • The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors’ Sonic Screwdriver also feature light FX.
  • Requires 3 x L1154 batteries (included)

The Other Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

War Doctor's sonic screwdriver.

Sonic Screwdriver: 9th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • 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.

Sonic Screwdriver: 10th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • The Tenth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver!
  • An extension of the TARDIS’s fantastic advanced technology, this is the Doctor’s second best friend. It’s a multi-functional device that operates by emitting pulses or waves of sound energy. So powerful it can break rock, shake a lock mechanism loose or vibrate the molecules of a material so fast they weld together.
  • With various power settings and functions we’ve yet to see, the Sonic Screwdriver is the ultimate indispensable tool to have when adventuring through time and space!
  • This faithful copy of the Doctor’s trusty Sonic Device activates in either closed or open mode. Pressing the button on the side of the handle activates the UV LED and Sound FX.
  • 3 x LR44 batteries required.

Sonic Screwdriver: 10th Doctor Day Of The Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • New version of the Tenth Doctor’s sonic screwdriver from the 50th anniversary special, presented in a foil embellished gift pack.
  • This special set makes a handsome companion piece to ‘The Other Doctor action figure’ and ‘Other Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver’ also from the 50th.

Future Sonic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

River Song's sonic screwdriver.

  • Features included red and blue light settings, sound effects and a hidden neural relay indicator panel.

Sonic screwdriver and pen[edit | edit source]

Eleventh Doctor sonic screwdriver[edit | edit source]

A second version was made that does not extend itself.

  • 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).

Set: Personalise Your Sonic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

This set include 3 sonic screwdrivers, including the Eleventh Doctor's one, which are each separated in 4 parts enabling over 80 combinations (3x3x3x3).

Trans-Temporal Soic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

Revealed at the London Toy Fair 2012 with a protoype of a different design than the eventual July 2012 released one.

A sonic screwdriver made of 4 parts (Elizabethan, Victorian, Modern and Future London), compatible with the "Personalise Your Sonic Screwdriver" set.

Touch Control Sonic Screwdriver: 12th Doctor[edit | edit source]

  • This faithful copy of the Doctor’s trusty Sonic Device has spring loaded extending action and unique touch activation.
  • Hold index finger against lower side of the Control Collar and touch thumb to the top surface to activate sound and light FX which operate in both closed and extended positions. Open the cap at the end of the Screwdriver to reveal the removable power core.
  • Requires 3 x 1.5v L1154 batteries (included).

12th Doctor's Second Sonic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

  • This Sonic features static, flashing & chase light modes and four sound FX.
  • Replica of the Doctor's trusty Sonic Device.
  • This toy version replicates the Twelfth Doctors Sonic which debuted in the Series 9 Episode 'Hell Bent'.
  • Requires 3 x AG13/LR44 button cell batteries.

13th Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver[edit | edit source]

2 versions of this toy were made.

Laser screwdriver[edit | edit source]

Judoon scanner[edit | edit source]

Vortex manipulator[edit | edit source]

  • Replica vortex manipulator as worn by Jack Harkness with a small sonic screwdriver.

Fob watch[edit | edit source]

Journal of Impossible Things[edit | edit source]

  • 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 | edit source]

  • 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.
  1. 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.
  2. With the second release, the TARDIS was a lighter blue had a textured roof and was packaged in a blue inlaid pack.
  3. Photo inlay shows the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler.
  4. Photo inlay shows the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones.
  5. Photo inlay shows the Eleventh Doctor's first TARDIS interior and repainted TARDIS
  6. Photo inlay shows the Twelfth Doctor's TARDIS interior and repainted TARDIS

The Sarah Jane Adventures[edit | edit source]

Sonic lipstick and watch set[edit | edit source]

  • Sold as a set of two items with the lipstick requiring batteries.

Alien communicator set[edit | edit source]

  • Sold as a set , the electronic alien communicator (requiring batteries) came with a UV pen and notepad.

Games[edit | edit source]

  • Dalek Hunter LCD Game
  • Laser versus Sonic

Remote control toys[edit | edit source]

Cyberman toom guard[edit | edit source]

  • These base mounted figures had a range of movement and speech modes activated by motion sensors.

Tenth Doctor and K9[edit | edit source]

Battle Dalek 5" figure[edit | edit source]

  • 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.

Radio Controlled Dalek Battle Pack[edit | edit source]

  • Two variants of the original sets were issued featuring two Daleks (one gold, one black and gold), two matching controllers and either a Rose or the Ninth Doctor 5" figure with screwdriver (2005 £30.00 UK)
  • Re-iussed as the Mini RC Dalek Battle Pack with the the same two Daleks, controllers and either a Cyber-Leader or a Tenth Doctor action figure.

Walkie talkies[edit | edit source]

  • 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.

K9[edit | edit source]

  • This K9 figure was modelled to a 1:5 scale and had a removable side panel.

Davros[edit | edit source]

  • This Davros figure was available in both 12" and 5" models.

12" Supreme Dalek[edit | edit source]

  • A 5" remote control version was also available to the same design.

18" Control Dalek[edit | edit source]

  • Remote controlled deluxe model with a huge range of features that included;

Voice changers[edit | edit source]

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 | edit source]

Dalek Sec hybrid helmet[edit | edit source]

Cyberman helmet[edit | edit source]

Judoon helmet[edit | edit source]


Supreme Dalek helmet[edit | edit source]


Cyber Leader helmet[edit | edit source]

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