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16 Last-Minute Gifts for Star Wars Fanatics

16 Last-Minute Gifts for Star Wars Fanatics

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Here are presents we're slobbering over Jabba the Hutt-style.

Cue John Williams music; raise the hopes of generations of fans. After far too many years, TheForce Awakens from its cryogenic carbonite and Star Wars VII promises to be the biggest box office hit of the season. The only thing that can match the level of fan excitement about the event of the century is the bounty of creative Star Wars-themed presents we're slobbering over Jabba the Hutt-style. So, here's the Star Wars arsenal to help you get in gear and have more fun than the motley patrons of the Mos Eisley Cantina.

Sandtrooper HeadphonesStar Wars Sand Trooper Gaming Headset

For more than 40 years, gamers have relied on Turtle Beach to provide headsets that exploit and expand the aural elements of video games. Embracing the Star Wars mania, Turtle Beach unveiled the Sand Trooper Gaming Headset (a Best Buy exclusive), which works with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows, and Mac. The universal gaming headsets are armored with speaker plates boasting the symbol of the galactic empire, and they come replete with a cooling system so you won't overheat marching over sand dunes on Tatooine. These individually numbered, limited edition headsets have 50mm speakers, in-line controls for mike mute and volume, plus an adjustable, high-sensitivity boom mike that can be removed when watching movies or listening to music. $99,

X Wing headset Turtle Beach

Or Try the Star Wars X-Wing Pilot Gaming Headset

Same great gaming headset, this one with a design inspired by Starfighter Pilots of the Rebel Alliance and similar deets. $49.95,

Ewok Tee

Ewoks Unite!

This Busted Tee says it all: The Ewoks strike back. $20,

Star Wars XBox controllerPower A's Star Wars: The Force Awakens Xbox Controllers

Really feel The Force by pairing one of those headsets with these appropriately themed Star Wars Xbox controllers by Power A. With four designs, it offers two "villain" styles (white and black Stormtrooper and an all-black Kylo Ren) and two "hero" designs (X-Wing Starfighter in blue and white and BB-8 in orange and white). Each wired controller comes with dual rumble motors and impulse triggers that allow gamers to really feel every encounter, whether it be with foes or allies. $49.99,

LootcrateCurated Star Wars Loot

Loot Crate, the monthly subscription service for geeks and pop culture lovers, curated a limited edition Star Wars-centric mystery box stuffed with a smuggler's hatch full of collectibles, apparel, gadgets, art, and other gear including an exclusive BB-8 raglan T-shirt. (They say the crate is a $150 value.) In addition, 20 randomly selected orders will also receive an $80 Funko Hikari C-3PO variant figure! $100,

Death Star Ice Cube TrayStar Wars Death Star Ice Mold

That's no moon! This Death Star-shaped ice mold makes it easy to create ice spheres, chocolates, or even a paperweight that looks just like the infamous space station. Made of food-safe silicone and safe for freezers and dishwashers. (ThinkGeek has other Star Wars ice tray molds too, like Vader's head -- oh, how to choose!) $13,

Infinity setDisney Infinity: Star Wars Saga Starter Pack Bundle

With Infinity, Disney's video game, each synchronized collectible action figure unlocks new characters. This Star Wars-themed starter pack makes the jump to hyperspace fast and fun for the next generation of fans. And it comes with Boba Fett, the coolest bounty hunter in the galaxy. Package works with PlayStation4, PlayStation3, Wii U, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and includes Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Video Game, Base, five figures (Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Boba Fett), a Star Wars Twilight of the Republic Play Set Piece and Rise Against the Empire Play Set Piece, and three Web Code Cards. $89.99,

Infinity Star Wars Carry CaseStar Wars Infinity Carrying Cases

Pack your Star Wars Infinity starter package in this handy carrying case, which features images of classic Star Wars characters including Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Yoda, and Darth Vader. It's designed to store and transport an Infinity Base, power discs, and figures. $29.99, in stores only; find a store at

infinity carrying caseSkywalker Family Pride Power Disc Wallets

If you already own your Infinity, you can carry your power discs in style in one of two Star Wars disc wallets: the Rebels featuring Chewbacca, Han Solo, and Princess Leia, or show your family pride with the Skywalker family, which features Princess Leia, Luke, and Darth "I am your father" Vader. Carry, organize, and protect up to 12 Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition Power Discs. $13,

R2D2 Star Wars ornamentStar Wars Ornaments (especially Drunken R2-D2)

From a galaxy, er, holiday party far, far away, comes C-3PO, Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, and R2-D2 frozen in time as new Hallmark Star Wars Special Edition Ornaments. The others have kept their dignity in this first set, but R2-D2 is decked out in a pair of reindeer antlers, which is basically the droid equivalent of a lampshade, and there's also a Darth Vader ornament in which he's wearing a holiday sweater.) $8 each,

car charger star warsR2-D2 USB Car Charger

He may not get you into the carpool lane, but this R2-D2 is still a great commuter buddy. He won't pitch in for gas but he does charge all your devices as you drive. Plus he puts on a show: R2's dome rotates and lights up and he whistles and beeps when first connected to power via the 12V adapter. Flexible arms make him customizable to any cupholder. R2-D2 has two USB charging ports, which each provide enough to charge two tablets simultaneously, and he comes with three-foot cable. $35,

Lightsaber ChopsticksLight-Up Lightsaber Chopsticks

These lightsaber chopsticks have become a holiday favorite for Star Wars fans and the fourth edition of Kotobukiya's Star Wars Lightsaber Chopsticks comes with a special new feature: they light up! It won't take Jedi training from Obi-Wan: Just press the button on the lightsaber hilt and the blade glows bright blue. This edition also features detachable lightsaber blades and a larger, sturdier size (over 9 1/2" long) for easy use and safe cleaning. $14.99,

Star Wars Blu-rayNewly Repackaged Star Wars: The Complete Saga

As the galaxy prepares for the next generation (wait, that's Trek-ism invading the Star Wars universe) you can relive the first six films with Star Wars: The Complete Saga. Each film from the saga is now available with new character-driven packaging, allowing fans to choose their favorite characters or collect all six. Sold in collectible steelbook packaging, each single-disc Blu-ray includes existing audio commentary with George Lucas and the film crew as well as audio commentary from archival interviews with the cast and crew. The newly repackaged Saga includes all six feature films on Blu-ray, along with three additional discs containing more than 40 hours of previously unreleased, extensive special features. $90,

The BB-8s

Competing Remote Control BB-8 Droids

These are the droids you are looking for. Long before TheForce Awakens opens in theaters, BB-8 has captured imaginations of kids and adults alike. Which may explain why there are not one but two competing remote controlled BB-8s on holiday lists. Which is the one for you? Choose wisely.

BB8 Sphero appApp-Enabled BB-8 by Sphero

It may only stand 4.5 inches tall, but this diminutive BB-8 is app-enabled and takes full advantage of the droid's Bluetooth connection to your smartphone. It responds to your voice commands, can be directed with your phone, or run off on its own in the autonomous mode. Like Princess Leia and R2-D2, you can record and view virtual holographic videos with this droid. But the best feature of the Sphero BB-8 is its adaptive personality that enables it to learn as the two of you interact. Just don't let your teenager play with it, or this BB-8 could turn to the dark side. Rechargeable battery, charging base included. One hour of drive time after a three-hour charge. Android devices, iPhones, iPad, iPod. $149.95,

BB8 from TargetOr the Remote Control BB-8 Target Exclusive

At nine inches, this amazing little BB-8 towers over its Sphero brother. Instead of a phone, you use the gamer-like wireless controller to direct the BB-8 to roll in any direction. His round body rolls while his head stays in one place through the magic of magnets. His expressive droid sounds make him seem alive, and it's hard not to fall in love. Having to put it together out of the box makes you feel responsible if BB-8 cracks up and needs you to make it all better. Even better: It's for ages 5 and up. $69.99,

Star Wars NotebookStar Wars Special Edition Notebook Touch 15t-an000

Of course, if you're buying a for the kind of Star Wars fan who designs their own fully operational, totally tricked-out X-Wing fighter, giving some of these presents could garner you a Darth Vader telekinetic choking. But don't worry, even Emperor Palpatine would convince Santa he'd been a good boy for this special edition notebook that allows fans to fully immerse themselves in the Star Wars universe. That's because it's preloaded with rare wallpapers, screen savers, concept art, and original trilogy storyboards created by Lucasfilm artists. Over 1,100 images represent concept art that predates the Star Wars films, a collection of storyboards used to guide filming, as well as behind-the-scenes photos, set designs, costumes, models, and more. But that's not all. After all, it's not just the images that define the Star Wars galaxy. The notebook is also loaded with sound schemes that allow users to replace standard notification sounds with iconic Star Wars noises including R2-D2's beeping and the swooshing lasers of lightsabers. To communicate with his subject, your giftee will also find Aurebesh, the Galactic Base Standard language, preloaded in the notebook's font library. But wait, there's more! They'll also enjoy the first comic in the Marvel Star Wars series, excerpts from Star Wars Universe e-books, movie trailers and Star Wars-themed wallpaper. It's all part of the Star Wars Special Edition 8GB Notebook from HP. Starting at $699.99,

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