11 Unique Star Wars Gifts for the Fan Who has Everything

By on October 17, 2015

You may know someone like this. They can amazingly recite lines or remember character names from all seven 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.

R2-D2 / Darth Vader Shower heads


Let’s be honest here, who wouldn’t want to bath in the tears of the Dark Lord of the Sith? Also available in a water-spewing R2-D2 model, this shower head includes three powerful spray settings, a rubber grip designed to reduce slipping and a lever to adjust water pressure. The R2-D2 model sells for $25 and Darth is priced at a $30 MSRP, exclusively at Bed, Bath & Beyond.

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Han Solo in Carbonite Fridge


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. (MSRP: $150)

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Imperial Automotive Floor Mats


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. (MSRP: $40 a set)

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X-Wing Knife Block


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. (MSRP: $99)

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Darth Vader Toaster


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. (MSRP: $50)

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Glowing Lightsaber Umbrella


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. (MSRP: $55)

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Death Star Beanbag


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. (MSRP: $150)

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TIE Fighter Nutcracker


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. (MSRP: $70)

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Yoda Candy Holder


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. (MSRP: $35)

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 Tauntaun Sleeping Bag


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. (MSRP: $150)

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Death Star Ice Cube Maker


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. (MSRP: $10)

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About Mike Flacy

Editor-in-Chief for The CheckOut. During my free time, I love to write about pop culture, home theater, digital photography, social media, mobile technology and cool gadgets!

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