75 of the Best Star Wars Toys & Gifts in the Galaxy
Looking for an awesome Star Wars toy for kids just getting into the series? How about Star Wars toys for the 40+ year old who wants to remember what it was like to be a 10-year-old when Star Wars was in theaters? We’ve put together an extremely comprehensive list of new toys debuted on Force Friday as well as tons of collectibles and fun gifts that are strong in the Force.
In other words, if you can’t find an awesome Star Wars gift on this list, you might as well pack up, fly to Endor and live out the rest of your days in the wilderness with the Ewoks.
10 Gifts for the Star Wars Fan Who has Everything
You may know someone like this. They can amazingly recite lines or remember character names from all six movies with no less than a second of hesitation. They can talk to you at length about Who Shot First and how Lucas’s revisions of the original trilogy were an abomination. These gifts are for them, in the hopes that they don’t already have piles of branded toast.
Darth Vader Toaster / MSRP: $50
Molded in black plastic in the shape of Vader’s helmet, this toaster will delight Star Wars fans and likely horrify visiting in-laws. On each slice of bread, the toaster imprints the phrase “Star Wars” on one side. It comes with a removable crumb tray, reheat, defrost, and quick stop functions as well as an adjustable thermostat. It will also laugh in the face of your gluten allergy.
Glowing Lightsaber Umbrella / MSRP: $55
Available in red, blue, green, purple, sky blue, yellow and white, the glowing lightsaber umbrella both protects your head from the rain as well as provides lighting at night. While you can find less expensive versions of this design either sans the lightsaber handle or sans the glowing light, this is the only model that includes both.
X-Wing Knife Block / MSRP: $99
Apply a little Force to this set of knives and you will be chopping lamb for Yoda’s Rootleaf Stew in no time as all. Designed to look like Luke’s X-Wing fighter, this set includes five knives (Cook’s, Break, Carving, Utility & Paring). The base has been weighted to prevent tipping when the knifes are on display.
Death Star Beanbag / MSRP: $150
Measuring 31-inches across, the Death Star beanbag is large enough for either kids or adults who want to plop down in front of the TV to watch the original trilogy. The outer slip cover is removable for easy washing, but the evil price tag is probably what the Emperor would charge Stormtroopers who wanted one for their barracks. Still, it could make for a killer decoration in a DIY Star Wars home theater.
TIE Fighter Nutcracker / MSRP: $70
Demolish the pathetic nut rebellion with your TIE Fighter nutcracker. Crafted out of steel, the shelling power of this nutcracker may be even more forceful than Vader’s death grip.
Yoda Candy Holder / MSRP: $35
Eat Snickers, we must! Outfitted with a removable plastic bowl, our favorite green Jedi Master will hold up a bowl of candy for your guests at your next party. Yoda stands roughly a foot and a half tall and is ideal for kitchen counters.
Imperial Automotive Floor Mats / MSRP: $40 a set
Ideal for decking out your car in favor of the Imperials, these car mats are available in Stormtrooper white and Darth Vader black. Made out of a PVC vinyl material, the mats are easy to keep clean with just soap and water from time to time.
Tauntaun Sleeping Bag / MSRP: $150
Seriously, who hasn’t wanted to pretend they were Luke Skywalker comfortably wrapped in the intestines of a Tauntaun? Enter the Tauntaun sleeping bag, complete with details such as saddle, simulated Tauntaun fur and a lightsaber zipper to open up the sleeping bag. It also includes an embroidered Tauntaun head pillow for sweet dreams about freezing planets and angry Wampas.
Han Solo in Carbonite Fridge / MSRP: $150
What better way to keep your drinks cold than the freezing cold stasis of carbonite? Complete with red LED lighting to highlight poor Han, the mini-fridge includes two removable shelves with a total capacity of up to 18 soft drinks. Other features include a handle at the top for easy transport and a locking mechanism on the door to prevent drinks or snarky smugglers from spilling out.
Death Star Ice Cube Maker / MSRP: $10
Quite possibly the fastest way to destroy the Death Star, this ice cube mold recreates the iconic Death Star design in the form of a giant ice cube. Besides ice, reviews indicate that the mold can be used for other molds, such as a butter mold for a family meal.
5 Best Star Wars NERF Toys
This first generation of NERF Star Wars toys will likely lay the groundwork for more advanced toys modeled after large blasters in all future Star Wars films. However, there’s plenty to appreciate in this group of toys, ideal for killing time while waiting in line in December.
Star Wars Rebels Stormtrooper Blaster / MSRP: $25
Outfitted with a removable barrel extension as well as a folding stock, this two-foot long Stormtrooper Blaster comes with three darts and fires one long dart at a time. Appropriate for ages five and up, this blaster design was modeled after the Star Wars Rebels animated series.
Episode VII First Order Stormtrooper Deluxe Blaster / MSRP: $40
Including a shoulder stock, tactical rail and a removable scope, the First Order Stormtrooper Deluxe Blaster comes with a clip that holds up to 12 darts. Rated for children six years and up, the deluxe blaster can fire darts up to 65 feet.
Chewbacca’s Nerf Bowcaster / MSRP: $25
Modeled after the iconic bowcaster used by Chewbacca, the NERF version of the bowcaster includes a removable scope, tactical rail and five foam darts. Due to the addition of the string, this toy is rated for children eight years and up.
Episode VII First Order Stormtrooper Blaster Pistol / MSRP: $20
Also including a removable sight as well as a tactical rail, the smaller First Order Stormtrooper Blaster is modeled after a traditional pistol. The NERF blaster comes with three darts which can be fired up to 65 feet away.
Nerf Lightsabers / MSRP: $15
Rated for children ages four and up, the NERF lightsabers are a simple toy designed to replicate sabers carried by Luke, Yoda and Darth Vader. Be aware that reviews indicate the Nerf material breaks easily. If you are looking for a faux lightsaber that will take more of a beating, take a look at extendable, plastic lightsaber toys, like the The Force Awakens Kylo Ren Lightsaber.
5 Best Star Wars “Toys” for Adults of Legal Drinking Age
Alcohol and Star Wars mix, right? Prepare for The Force Awakens by tossing back a few (with the help of these handy “toys”) and watching a six-movie marathon. You know you’ll need some drinks before Jar-Jar’s first appearance.
Star Wars: Han in Carbonite Bottle Opener / MSRP: $18
Complete with a magnet on the back to mount it on your fridge (or your trophy room), this bottle opener recreates Han Solo’s frozen state from The Empire Strikes Back. It measures a bit over 4 inches long and can pop open a frosty brew with ease.
R2-D2 Wine Bottle Stopper / MSRP: $15
Ideal for keeping that bottle of Corellian wine you just opened fresh, this R2-D2 bottle stopper is compatible with most wine bottles. Just be sure to hand wash R2 when you are done, otherwise the dishwasher might remove his sweet paint job.
Boba Fett Beer Stein / MSRP: $70
Ideal for drinking a pint after successfully capturing your latest bounty, the Boba Fett Beer Stein is 9 inches tall and holds up to 22 ounces of beer. It includes a ceramic base with a sturdy metal hinge for drinking. If you don’t like Boba Fett, it’s also available in Darth Vader, R2-D2 and Chewbacca.
Stormtrooper Beer Tap Handle / MSRP: $40
Do you have a custom Cantina in your home complete with a beer tap? Fitting all 3/8 standard taps, the Stormtrooper beer tap is roughly 4 1/2″ tall and will add something extra to your custom bar.
Star Wars Shot Glasses / MSRP: $13
Take Vodka shots, you must. These four shot glasses have been decorated with classic characters from the original trilogy including Yoda, Darth Vader, Boba Fett and a nameless stormtrooper. Drink up!
10 Best Star Wars LEGO Sets
Making for some seriously awesome shelf decorations for any Star Wars fan, these LEGO sets are awesome to look at as well as build. It’s likely that we will have to wait until after The Force Awakens comes out to get more new builds.
LEGO Poe Dameron’s X-Wing Fighter / MSRP: $80
One of the new characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Poe Dameron has been recreated in LEGO form along with his jet black X-Wing fighter. Features in this set include 4 spring-loaded shooters, 2 stud shooters, retractable landing gear, opening wings, opening cockpit with space for one of the minifigures (Poe Dameron, a Resistance ground crew member and a Resistance X-Wing Pilot) as well as space for the included BB-8 Astromech Droid.
LEGO Millennium Falcon Building Kit / MSRP: $150
“Chewie, we’re home.” “Rrrrrrr-ghghghghgh!” Replacing the 2014 build of the Millennium Falcon, this slightly more complex set comes with detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with hatch and space for a minifigure, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish, ramp, entrance hatch and opening hull plates. There are seven included mini-figures: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Rey, Finn, Tasu Leech and a Kanjiklub Gang Member as well as a BB-8 Astromech Droid.
LEGO General Grievous Building Kit / MSRP: $35
“You fool. I have been trained in your Jedi Arts… by Count Dooku.” Arguably a Star Wars villain that doesn’t get enough credit for being a badass, this General Grievous build includes posable limbs, 2-into-4 separating arms and 4 buildable lightsabers. It’s a much easier build than larger sets, and thus could be ideal for younger builders.
LEGO Ewok Village / MSRP: $250
Ideal for anyone who’s really into Return of the Jedi, the LEGO Ewok village is an impressive set with 17 minifigures: Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO, R2-D2, two Rebel soldiers, five Ewoks, two Scout Troopers and two Stormtroopers. Features include a tree-trunk hideout and secret lightsaber stash, spider web and net traps, slide, catapults, elevating throne, speeder rammer function, kitchen, food storage area, bedroom and a planning room.
LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer / MSRP: $130
Who is ready to experience the power of the Imperial fleet? This set features a lifting handle, removable top and fold-down sides for easy play, 8 synchronized turning cannons, 2 spring-loaded shooters, storage compartment for 2 spare missiles, 7 powerful blue engines, and a detailed interior including rotating Emperor Palpatine hologram, rotating chairs, turning weapon rack, bridge, blue screen and a control panel. Minifigures include Darth Vader, Imperial Officer, two Stormtroopers, Imperial Crew and Imperial Navy Trooper.
LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina / MSRP: $70
Just make sure you have the cantina song playing on a loop when you build this. This set features a dome roof, entrance with sliding door and droid scanner, opening roof, slide-out floors to the middle rooms, bar with shelves, money and bottles, stage for the Bith band, seats, table and windows. Minifigures included are Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Greedo, a Sandtrooper (on a Dewback, no less!) and 3 Bith Musicians.
LEGO Death Star Final Duel / MSRP: $80
While the actual LEGO Death Star is difficult to find (and expensive to buy at $400), this set allows you to recreate the moment when Luke triumphed over the Emperor in Return of the Jedi. Features include swing-out side sections, opening entrance doors, Force Jump function, collapsing stairs and bridge, reactor shaft, and detachable throne section with rotating throne and hidden Lightsaber pop-up function. It also comes with five mini-figures: Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine and two Royal Guards.
LEGO Imperial AT-AT / MSRP: $110
Who’s ready to blast away at some Rebel scum? This metal beast is unstoppable (unless it’s tripped)! This set features a moving head with a cockpit for 2 minifigures and 2 spring-loaded shooters, posable legs and an opening body with switch-operated trap door. It comes with five minifigures: an AT-AT Driver, General Veers, Snowtrooper Commander and 2 Snowtroopers.
LEGO Star Wars Slave I Toy / MSRP: $200
Perfect for hunting down pesky smugglers who travel with Wookiees, Boba Fett’s Slave I features a rotating cockpit and wings, opening side hatches with hidden guns and missiles, 2 rotating dual shooters, cargo hold and a display stand with data sheet. It comes with four minifigures: Boba Fett, Bespin Guard, Stormtrooper and Han Solo encased in carbonite.
LEGO Star Wars 75111 Darth Vader Building Kit
Often selling out due to the popularity of the Sith Lord, this Darth Vader build includes fully posable limbs, black armored suit, fabric cape and a buildable red lightsaber. Similar to General Grievous, it’s a simpler build.
10 Best Star Wars Gadgets and Gizmos
One of the great things about the new Star Wars films is that the consumer electronics industry is much more adept at building awesome tech than they were 35 years ago. The Sphero BB-8 is a fine example, nearly emulating the exact style and movement patterns of the new droid.
R2-D2 Bluetooth Speakerphone / MSRP: $50
Pairing with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or via the included 3.5mm audio jack, the R2-D2 Bluetooth speakerphone plays movie clips when turned on and off as well as lights up around the bottom rim. The devices charges over USB, has a range of up to 32 feet and goes on sale in late October 2015.
Sphero BB-8 / MSRP: $150
Emulating the appearance of the BB-8 droid in the first Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, the high-tech toy can be operated with your smartphone (either iOS or Android). Operating over a Bluetooth connection, the BB-8 has an operating range up to thirty meters and a battery life up to 60 minutes. According to reviews, it takes roughly three hours to charge on the inductive charging station.
Star Wars First Edition On-Ear Headphones / MSRP: $200
Developed by SMS Audio in the STREET by 50 collection, these Rebel Alliance or Galactic Empire headphones offer professionally tuned 40mm drivers as well as passive noise cancellation. Reviews praise the headphones for well-balanced sound quality as well as comfortable ear cups when worn. Two other designs include a Boba Fett version and Stormtrooper version.
Millennium Falcon Remote Control Quadcopter / MSRP: $110
Want to fly the Millennium Falcon around your home and pretend the cat is the Death Star? Operating via remote control up to 200 feet away, the device requires six AA batteries to operate.
R2-D2 USB Car Charger / MSRP $40
This is the droid you are looking for! Outfitted with two USB charging ports, the R2-D2 USB charger can charge up to two tablets at once with the 2.1 Amp ports. The flexible arms allow you to position the charger in a cupholder. In addition, R2-D2 lights up and chirps when devices are plugged in.
Star Wars Admiral Ackbar Singing Bass / $40
Finally, a gadget that shouts warnings at you! In order to activate the Admiral Ackbar Singing Bass, all you have to to is walk by it or press the button on it. Ackbar dances while the Cantina Song plays, then shouts out his best line “IT’S A TRAP!”
Star Wars Light Up Chop Sabers / $15
Sushi will be no match for these lightsaber chopsticks. Lighting up via LED with included batteries, these chopsticks can be purchased in a number of different sabers; everything from Yoda to Vader.
Darth Vader Voice Changer Helmet / MSRP: $30
Who doesn’t want to pretend to be a Dark Lord of the Sith? The Darth Vader Voice Changer Helmet allows you to do just that, changing the voice of anyone who wears it to sound like Vader. There’s also a second button that includes voice clips from the Star Wars films.
Jedi Training Remote Alarm Clock / MSRP: $40
There’s one reason why this is one of the best alarm clocks in the entire world, much less as a Star Wars gift. In order to turn off the alarm, you pick it up and throw it against the wall using The Force. In other words, you can take out all your frustrations of getting up early on your alarm clock.
Yoda 3D Deco Light / MSRP: $40
Exploding through your wall like a prize bull channeling the power of the Force, the Yoda 3D Deco Light will glow green during the night and stare at you intensely during the day. ThinkGeek also offers the option of a Darth Vader mask that glows red, assuming you are more in tune with the Dark Side of the Force.
10 Best Star Wars Board Games
Partly announced on Force Friday, there’s an entirely new batch of board games that are taking advantage of the characters in The Force Awakens. Check out some of our favorites:
Star Wars Monopoly / MSRP: $25
Described as a faster-paced version of traditional Monopoly, this new, kid-friendly version of the classic game includes four characters (2 Light side / 2 Dark side) as well as Force cards that impact the outcome of the game.
Star Wars: Armada / MSRP: $99
Designed for strategic players, this game simulates spaceship battles that could potentially occur in the Star Wars universe. This set includes three pre-painted capital ship miniatures and ten unpainted fighter squadrons as well as over 130 cards and tokens. It’s definitely targeted at more mature players, teenagers and older.
Star Wars Loopin’ Chewie / MSRP: $25
Basically a branded twist on the Loopin’ Louie game, Chewbacca flies around in a mini Millennium Falcon and the player has to protect their stormtroopers from Chewie when he swings by. It’s a great game for really young players who are just getting into Star Wars, rated for ages 4 and up.
Star Wars: Imperial Assault / MSRP: $99
Designed for two to five players, Imperial Assault includes two games: a campaign game where you play heroes of the Rebellion, engaging in missions to battle the Imperial armies, and a skirmish game that allows two players to manage strike teams and battle at Imperial bases and other cinematic Star Wars environments.
Risk: Star Wars Edition / MSRP: $30
Taking place in the final battles of Return of the Jedi, either two or four players can jump into the roles of the Rebel Alliance or Galactic Empire and work up to the final battle for the Death Star. It’s recommended for ages 10 and up.
Star Wars: The Card Game / MSRP: $40
Ideal for teenagers and older, Star Wars: The Card Game is a “Living Card Game” allowing for expanding card pools, enabling players to build customized decks.
Star Wars Battleship / MSRP: $20
Designed to tweak the classic Battleship game, new pieces in the Star Wars version of the game include the Millennium Falcon, Resistance X-wing fighter and A-wing fighter ships as well as Imperial ships The Finalizer, Slave I and First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter ships.
R2-D2 Is In Trouble / MSRP: $25
Based around the Clone Wars version of R2-D2, this modified version of Trouble also integrates the animated characters C-3PO, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Droids, General Grievous and Count Dooku. Ideal for kids ages 5 and up.
Edge of the Empire Beginner Game / MSRP: $30
Basically a learn-as-you-go adventure for role players, this set comes with 14 custom dice as well as pre-generated character folios for three to five players. The game is recommended for ages 12 and up.
The Force Awakens Catch Phrase Game / MSRP: $25
Belting out a Wookie roar when each round is finished, this version of Catch Phrase offers two difficulties of play, an easy Apprentice level for younger players and a Jedi Master level for older players. It’s ideal for kids ages 13 and up.
5 Best Star Wars Video Games
There’s no better medium than video games to step into the role of your favorite hero or villain from the Star Wars saga. Check out some of our best picks for Star Wars video games:
Star Wars: Battlefront / MSRP: $60
While it’s not released yet, Star Wars: Battlefront is an action game that’s quickly climbing the pre-order charts due to impressive footage released in the last six months. Available for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 18, players will be able to re-enact classic Star Wars battles as well as play iconic characters like Darth Vader and Boba Fett. This game is best for older players experienced in online shooters.
Star Wars: KOTOR I, II and SWTOR / MSRP: $5 and upwards
We know, this is technically three separate games. However, we see these as a saga as every single one of the Knights of the Old Republic games are worth playing in order (and likely repeatedly). The first two are traditional RPG games, likely taking up 30 to 40 hours of your time each, and the latter is a MMORPG, a free-to-play game that offers significant bonuses when you subscribe. Different from most MMORPG games, the focus on story is absolutely amazing—basically providing 8 different story-lines for the character classes in the game. Look for the best deals on the PC versions of the first two games during Steam sales and the latter when new expansions are released.
LEGO Star Wars: Complete Saga / MSRP: $7 and upwards
Not to be missed, this treatment of the first six Star Wars films is absolutely fantastic. While definitely geared at younger players, there are plenty of jokes in the game that will make adults laugh as well. While it originally came out for the previous generation of consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, Wii), you can also find it on the PC as well as mobile platforms like iOS or Android smartphones or the Nintendo DS.
Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Starter Pack / MSRP: $65
Integrating Star Wars characters into the same universe currently occupied by Marvel, Disney and Pixar characters, the Disney Infinity 3.0 pack is another great game targeted at a younger generation of players. Besides the current generation of consoles, the Infinity 3.0 pack can also be picked up for the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3.
Angry Birds: Star Wars / MSRP: Varies
Available on pretty much every console platform as well as mobile devices, this game is great for all ages. Adapting the popular Angry Birds game into the Star Wars universe, the player gets to destroy the Death Star as well as take on Sith lords like Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine. It’s a fun game to pass the time and likely addictive if you have played any of the previous Angry Birds games.
10 Best Star Wars Toys for Kids 10 and Under
Ideal for all the young padawans that are beginning their training in the Force, these gifts will delight any child who’s into the Star Wars saga.
48-Inch Darth Vader Battle Buddy / MSRP: $99
Screw the Elf-on-a-Shelf this Christmas! Want your kids to behave? Tell them a Sith Lord is standing guard over the presents and watching their every move. Standing four feet tall, Vader’s motion detection feature will issue warnings to anyone that dares approach him.
Furbacca / MSRP: $80
Making Wookie noises just like Chewbacca, the modified Furby “Furbacca” also hums Star Wars songs and opens up the world of Star Wars Furby Furblings to young children, via the companion app.
Star Wars Bladebuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber / MSRP: $50
Providing the ability to create 100 different variations of a lightsaber, the bladebuilders kit offers lights and sounds in the main blade as well as two independently-lit light-daggers, an expansion hilt, two elbow connectors, a dual connector, and a cross connector.
Star Wars Set Of 7 Character Bath Toys / MSRP: $25
Definitely a cool way to keep younger kids occupied during bath time, this set of seven bath toys includes Jedi Master Yoda, C-3PO, R2-D2, Chewbacca, a Stormtrooper, Boba Fett and Darth Vader.
Mr. Potato Head Darth Tater / MSRP: $15
May the Fries Be With You! Designed to match the iconic Star Wars villain, this Mr. Potato Head comes with 1 pair of eyes, 2 arms, pants with feet, a mask, a helmet, a lightsaber accessory and a cape.
Hot Wheels Star Wars Character Car / MSRP: $30
Designed to emulate characters from the Star Wars films like Chewbacca, R2-D2, Yoda and Darth Vader, this Hot Wheels collection is a delightful twist ideal for any fan of racing cars.
Darth Vader & Son / Vader’s Little Princess / MSRP: $9
Ideal for a bedtime story, the Vader series by Jeffery Brown assumes you have watched The Empire Strikes Back and reveals the relationship between Vader, Luke and Leia. You should also look for the other two books in the series, Goodnight Darth Vader and Darth Vader and Friends.
The Force Awakens Micro Machines R2-D2 Playset / MSRP: $20
Not recommended for children under three years of age due to a choking hazard, this micro machines set includes a mini-Chewbacca and stormtrooper to battle on the frozen planet of Hoth.
Finn Pilot Jacket / MSRP: $50
Assuming your child is sympathetic to the Rebel cause, they will probably love the Finn Pilot Jacket (crafted to replicate Finn’s jacket in The Force Awakens). It’s available in a variety of sizes.
Ezra Bridger Lightsaber Blaster / MSRP: $35
A lightsaber that also shoots darts? Shut up and Take My Money! With a lightsaber blade that extends 20 inches, the saber converts to a blaster that shoots two darts. It’s designed to emulate the saber carried by Ezra Bridger from Star Wars Rebels.
5 Best Gifts for Someone New to Star Wars
Do you have a friend who just woke up from a 40 year coma? Are you trying to convert your significant other into a Star Wars fan before The Force Awakens comes out? We can help:
Star Wars Complete Saga on Blu-ray / MSRP: $140
Something of a no-brainer (a conclusion that Jar-Jar could reach in a few hours), someone will need to see all the previous Star Wars films before watching The Force Awakens.
Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
Ideal for someone who needs a refresher course on everything that’s occurred in the Star Wars universe to date, this book will help explain relationships and the complex dichotomy of the universe.
Chewbacca Leather Messenger Bag / MSRP: $90
We like to give this stylish messenger bag to people who have no idea who Chewbacca is. It makes it that much more fun when random strangers yell Wookiee roars at them on the street.
Star Wars Character Encyclopedia / MSRP: $17
Great for anyone who confuses R2-D2 with C-3PO, the Star Wars character encyclopedia will help newbies identify the massive amount of characters in the films. There’s also a LEGO version of the book for kids!
The Music of Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition
Ideal for anyone who’s already a big John Williams fan, the 30th anniversary collection offers eight CDs with all the music from the films.
5 Best Star Wars Gifts for People Who Like Naps
Are you tired of reading though this list yet? Do you need a nap? We’ve got you covered! Curl up with these plush Star Wars toys and hibernate until The Force Awakens is in theaters.
BB-8 Throw Pillow / MSRP: $20
This newcomer to the Star Wars universe will both decorate your furniture and provide a soft resting place for your head for a power nap. Dimensions: 15″ tall x 11 1/2″ wide x 4 1/4″ deep.
40-inch Chewbacca Plush / MSRP: $99
Measuring a full 40″ tall, this hand stitched plush is the ideal protector for any child who’s terrified of the Darth Vader you set up in the living room to protect the Christmas presents.
R2-D2 & C-3PO Throw Pillow Set
“Beep-Boop-Beep-Beep-Boop!” That was droid-speak for “Sweet Pillows!” Ideal for forcing your friends to name that droid when they first enter your home. If they can’t, go find some new friends.
Talking Yoda 24″ Plush
Roughly the size of a small child or an underfed Womp rat, this Yoda plush will help you drift off into dreamland. Disclaimer: May also try to ride on your back and demand you lift things with your mind.
Imperial & Rebel Throw Pillow Set / MSRP: $25
Having a tough time picking a side to root for in the Star Wars saga? Don’t fear; you can decorate your home appropriately showing allegiance to both sides of the conflict.
Bonus: 4 Ridiculously Overpriced Star Wars Toys / Collectibles
Of course, there’s one thing that Disney knows quite a bit about: overcharging customers. Here’s a batch of toys and collectibles that you should absolutely avoid, unless you like using stacks of one hundred dollar bills for blaster practice.
$28,500 Imperial Star Wars Watch / Devon Works
Designed to combine elements from Darth Vader’s helmet and gloves as well as a TIE Fighter and the Imperial crest, this horrifically overpriced wristwatch requires a $2,500 down payment just for the privilege of paying another $26,000 on delivery. But hey, they are throwing in some TIE Fighter cufflinks with a watch that costs more than some midsize sedans.
$4,500 to $6,500 LEGO Star Wars 1st Edition Millennium Falcon (10179) / eBay
Regularly selling on eBay (or Amazon) for several thousand dollars, the original LEGO Millennium Falcon sports more than 5,000 parts with sections such as a rotating radar dish, extending boarding ramp and detachable cockpit with all the original trilogy mini-figures. While the new version is a far less complicated build, it’s also about 3% the current cost of the original version.
$4,000 Millennium Falcon Star Wars Bed / Pottery Barn
This insanely priced twin bed is crafted out of hardwood and includes a faux control panel with all the knobs and gauges on the Millennium Falcon. We recommend saving your money and use Instructables to build you own Star Wars bed. Perhaps the AT-AT Imperial Walker Loft Bed or this Star Wars X-Wing bed.
$1,300 Star Wars Stormtrooper Costume / ThinkGeek
Probably forcing you to wear this for the next 10 to 15 years as a primary Halloween costume to justify the cost, the super expensive Stormtrooper costume includes EVA molded-pieces, a two-piece helmet and a black polyester bodysuit to complete the Imperial ensemble.