Most people like Star Wars. Some people like Star Wars too much. You know their holiday gift has to be Star Wars-y, but you feel like they already own everything related to the franchise. Not to worry! You won’t have to use the Force to find the right gift—just use our handy gift guide.


A Lightsaber

Ultrasaber makes it possible to complete one of a Jedi’s most important tasks: constructing a lightsaber. A dizzying array of hilts and colors are available, as is the option to include sound. And don’t worry if you’re not quite a Jedi master—plenty of options are available for folks who don’t know the intricacies of lightsaber construction. Starting at $75 at

Death Star Waffle Maker

That’s no moon—it’s a delicious breakfast. This stainless steel waffle maker has a non-stick waffle plate that will keep these fully-armed and operational battle stations intact. And it’s portable, so you can attack any planet you want. $39.99 on Amazon.

Hoth Socks

“And I thought they smelled bad on the outside!” With 200 needle count stitching and a reinforced heel and toe, these are socks the recipient will actually enjoy wearing. Seriously, whoever gets these socks probably won’t take them off all winter. And if Hoth isn’t their favorite planet, the same brand has dozens of locations and characters to choose from. $20 at Stance.

Lego Death Star

Everyone likes Lego, don’t even lie. The company sells a wide collection of ships and scenes from the original trilogy (as well as The Force Awakens and Rogue One). This 4,000+ piece Death Star features everything needed to re-enact the best scenes from both Star Wars and Return of the Jedi. Find someone’s lack of faith disturbing! Shut down all the garbage mashers on the detention level! Witness the firepower of this fully-armed and operational battle station! $500 at Lego.

3D Printed Droid

Astromech and protocol droids are always handy to have around. Thanks to Disney’s Create a Droid studio, myriad options await you. Whether you’re ordering one for a BB8 lover or C-3PO fan, you can choose from a ton of body options, colors, and materials, including plastic and steel. Just don’t pick the R5-D4 model—it’s got a bad motivator. Starting at $35 at

Mythosaur Coasters

There are two types of Star Wars fans in the world: Those who know Boba Fett is the greatest character, and those who are wrong. If you’re looking for a gift that says, “I agree Boba Fett is the best but I don’t want you to have to constantly face scorn from people who don’t accept the truth,” a set of four mythosaur slate coasters should do the trick. Only those in the know will recognize the feared bounty hunter’s signature symbol. The hand-carved slate absorbs moisture and prevents the coaster from clinging to the bottom of the glass. $33 on Etsy.

X-Wing Quadcopter

Stay on target! Propel RC’s collection of Star Wars quadcopters, including the iconic X-Wing Starfighter, can reach 35 miles per hour. And while this X-Wing can’t lock S-foils in attack position, it can still battle. All of Propel’s quadcopters can engage in a laser battle game with each other. So buying a second one to pilot yourself is totally justified. Selfless, even. $240 at Propel.

R2-D2 Mobile Fridge

R2-D2 has a gadget for every occasion: a holoprojector, a saw, rockets, a periscope, and even a breakdance mode. This life-size, remote-control refrigerator adds delivering and dispensing cold drinks to Artoo’s repertoire. It’s pricy, but after all, he’s an extremely well put-together little droid. About $8,500 at Tokyo Otaku Mode.

Singing Admiral Ackbar

“Our ears can’t repel music of that magnitude!” He may only have a handful of lines in Return of the Jedi, but that was enough to warrant the creation a singing fish/Admiral Ackbar amalgamation. Push the button and he’ll play the cantina song, as well as, of course, his most famous line. You know the one. $39.99 on ThinkGeek.

Jedi Order messenger bag

“For over a thousand generations, the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the Old Republic.” This heavyweight canvas messenger bag probably won’t last quite that long, but it will do an excellent job guarding anything you put inside it. It’s main compartment is large enough for a 15-inch laptop, and it’s got plenty of pouches and pockets inside and out for everything else. $32.99 on Amazon.

Millenium Falcon Patent Poster

If Han Solo was in possession of the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, odds are other pilots would love to steal its design for themselves. Really, Han Solo was foolish not to patent his special modifications to the Falcon. This poster corrects that oversight, giving the beloved ship a United States patent mock-up. It can be printed on one of 27 different background colors using archival inks. Starting at $10 on Etsy.

Lightsaber Phone Charger

This phone charger is an elegant battery for a more civilized age. It’s compatible with both iOS and Android devices, charges in less than 4 hours, and has a lifespan of 500 charge cycles. $24.49 on Amazon.

Rebel Alliance Headphones

These headphones will let everyone know the wearer is part of the Rebel Alliance, and come with a tangle-free cord with a mic and 40mm drivers. And for those feeling the call of the Dark Side, an imperial style shows allegiance to the Empire instead. $57.99 on Amazon.

Ugly Darth Vader sweater

Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to ugly holiday sweaters. Give into the Dark Side with this knitted Darth Vader number. So cozy. $60 on Amazon.