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Doctor Who 10th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Flashlight Keychain

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Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Flashlight Keychain – 10th Doctor (David Tennant)

With this handy Sonic Screwdriver flashlight keychain you can be just like the Doctor. This replica of the Tenth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver is a working mini flashlight. The LED light glows blue. Attach it to your keychain and use it to light your way to the TARDIS. It makes a perfect gift for any Whovian.

  • LED torch glows blue
  • Attached keychain ring
  • Measures approximately 3 1/2"
  • Officially licensed Doctor Who
  • Requires 3 LR44 button-cell batteries, included
  • Recommended for ages 13+

About The Tenth Doctor

The Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, first appeared in Season 2 (2005) on "The Parting of the Ways" when the Ninth Doctor absorbed the Time Vortex from Rose Tyler to save her life. He had to regenerate, or would die. Tennant portrayed the Doctor as a charismatic and charming adventurer. His very easygoing attitude made him likeable, but he could also be righteous and arrogant. In Season 4 (2010), Tennant ended his role on the episode "The End of Time". Some of his companions were Rose Tyler, Donna Noble, Martha Jones and Jack Harkness.

About Doctor Who

Doctor Who is one of the world’s longest-running sci-fi television series and most recognizable brand from the UK. Its popularity continues to spread across the world like wildfire. The show first aired on BBC in 1963 introducing the First Doctor, a humanoid alien called a Time Lord with the technology to travel through time. He travels through time and space in a spaceship disguised as a Police Call Box called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space). The Doctor and his companions save planets and galaxies from enemies like the Daleks and Cybermen. With each previous Doctor’s regeneration, a new Doctor emerges – allowing the series to renew itself time and time again.