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An epic, generation-spanning saga about defeating fascism is timeless, which is why “Star Wars” has inspired devoted fans of all ages. And the Disney marketing team is highly skilled, which is why the company has made sure that those legions of fans can purchase pretty much any item they’d ever need — from cookware to clothing and everything in between — emblazoned with logos, characters, and other “Star Wars” iconography.
The holiday season is quickly approaching, so why not get a head start on your shopping list? While these items make perfect gifts for the “Star Wars” fans in your life, it’s totally okay if the “Star Wars” fan in your life is yourself. You deserve gifts too. For more gifts ideas centered around film and TV franchises see our selection of awesome collectibles inspired by “Lord of the Rings,” and our picks for the best gifts for “Star Trek” fans. Check out our selection of the best “Star Wars” gifts below.
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Not only will you get access to every film in the “Star Wars” franchise, plus the upcoming “Star Wars” series (Hayden Christensen will be reprising his role as Anakin Skywalker), the animated spinoff “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” along with the animated series “Star Wars: Bad Batch,” and the critically acclaimed live-action series, “The Mandalorian.” You’ll also be ready for the slew of new series in the works (including two “Mandalorian” spin-offs, a “Rogue One” spin-off, and series about Lando Calrissian and Obi-Wan Kenobi).
Speaking of TV, Amazon’s special edition remote covers are designed to fit the Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote Generation 2.
Get festive this holiday season with this adorable ornament bundle set. The collectible set includes plastic ornaments of Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, R2-D2, Yoda, and Death Star. Each ornament measures 1.22” x 2.36” x 1.61.”
Speaking of the holidays, this Goku Snowglobe makes an adorable edition to any seasonal display. Measuring just 6” tall, this snow globe will look perfect on your mantle or desk. Inside the globe you’ll find Grogu quietly harnessing his jedi powers to move tiny specs of the glitter around the globe.
A cool gadget for techie “Star Wars” fans, this wireless Bluetooth stereo speaker lets you listen to your favorite music, podcasts, answer calls, and more. The speaker connects with most Apple and Android devices, allows you to wirelessly stream audio anywhere up to 30 feet away, and it lights up when in use and includes. The speaker comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and it plays the epic “Star Wars” theme song composed by John Williams.
From Alderaan to Wobani, this Star Wars Galactic Atlas features every location mentioned in the “Star Wars” film franchise. The hardback book can be personalized to include the recipient’s name embossed in gold on the cover, and it comes in a gift box.
For the “Star Wars” loyalists who likes jewelry, this six-collection set from Enso Rings would be perfect gift. Based on hundreds of customer reviews, these luxury silicone rings fit comfortably and look great. The rings feature a stunning etched design with breathable channels to help keep air flowing so your fingers won’t become dry and uncomfortable.
R2-D2 saved the galaxy but can he save breakfast? The R2-D2 toaster from Williams-Sonoma is an eye-catching kitchen companion. Simply insert the bread, press the lever, and the lights and sounds activate while toasting. If you like your toast or bagel on the dark side, use the handy dial to adjust browning options. The toaster comes equipped with a crumb tray for easy cleaning.
These $20 earbuds feature the classic Stormtrooper design, and they make a pretty inexpensive but solid gift choice.
Love him or hate him, Darth Vader is an icon that deserves to be immortalized in LEGO form. For LEGO enthusiasts who love “Star Wars,” the Darth Vader Helmet will keep you occupied for a few hours, at the very least. It has 834 pieces, and measures over 8.”
LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon 75257 Starship Model Building Kit and Minifigures
This LEGO Millennium Falcon kit features a whopping 1,351 pieces — including seven LEGO Star Wars character minifigures (Finn, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, C-3PO, and Boolio) and two LEGO figures (D-O and BB-8). The 5″ x 17″ x 12″ form features a rotating top and bottom gun turrets, two spring-loaded shooters, a lowering ramp, and an opening cockpit.
Galactic Snackin’ Grogu doesn’t come out until later this year, but you can pre-order it now to get a head start on the shopping rush. The 9” animatronic toy features over 40 motorized sound and movement combinations — including head, ears, and arms movements, and eyes that open and close. He also coos, giggles, babbles, and more. The toy comes equipped with four interactive accessories (bowl with tentacles, cookie, shifter knob, and spoon) that Grogu reacts to when they’re placed in his hands. You can also pretend to feed him with the interactive accessories and he’ll respond with yummy, or yucky sound effects.
Sometimes tapping into the Force means looking the part. This textured tunic wrap has a front closure and hidden hook with edge fastener, and a sash that closes in the back.
You don’t have to be into cosplay to think that this Galaxy Edge Robe looks pretty damn cool. Apart from being comfortable, the rob has a hidden hook and eye closure at the neck to give off a dramatic loose-fitting look.
The next step up from novelty mugs: novelty KNIVES. This set of four cheese knives (a cheese plane, knife/spreader, curved knife with dual prong tip, and sharp knife for hard cheeses) by Picnic Time comes nestled inside a wooden Death Star-themed cutting board.
You thought we were headed out of the kitchen? Think again, because this “Star Wars” slow cooker features rad graphics of the Millennium Falcon, TIE fighters, and more. The marketing copy for this slow cooker also notes that it’s a perfect size for two to three servings for your “closest galactic allies,” and it’s “a slow cooker simply worthy of the galaxy’s finest — YOU!” You know what? They’re right.
Okay, fine, this is the last kitchen item: a Darth Vader apron, because you don’t want to let that recipe get the best of you. You are as powerful as Darth Vader in the kitchen. You can do this.
If LEGO isn’t your thing but you’re still looking for something to build, this massive 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle featuring characters from the prequels is appropriate for people ranging in age from 168 months to 1,200 months. (Is that a space thing? In Earth time that’s 14 years to 100 years.)
For a more subtle way to display your “Star Wars” fandom, this recreation of Han Solo’s famous dice features an antique, weathered look and is made from solid cast metal and plated with gold. They’re versatile: Hang them over your rearview mirror, or just sit them on your desk to stare at when you get writer’s block.
This small, two-inch Millennium Falcon keychain is also a bottle opener. It was allegedly made in a galaxy far, far away, but the Prime shipping is free so we have our doubts it really was that far away.