In honor of the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi on December 15, we rounded up some of the best Star Wars products available right now, just in time for Christmas. Whether you’re looking for Star Wars-themed Christmas sweaters and tree ornaments, or just some fun toys to pass the time with, these products are sure to bring the power of the Force to your holiday season.
Drones are all the rage today, so you knew it was only a matter of time before some Star Wars quadcopters came along. Now you can cruise through the forests of Endor in search of Rebel scum (just watch out for trees) with the Propel speeder bike drone. This bot can reach speeds of up to 35 miles per hour and features altitude stabilization for easy control, making the quadcopter perfect for both newbies and advanced flyers. With the companion app, you can even duke it out with up to 11 other battle bots using the drones’ built-in targeting lasers. The Propel speeder bike battle drone comes in at $130 from Amazon after a $70 discount.
Lightsaber toys have been around since the original trilogy was released in theaters, but this one from Bladebuilders takes this classic Star Wars staple to the next level. The Bladebuilders Jedi Master lightsaber set is totally customizable, featuring a standard lightsaber that can attach to the included expansion hilt, along with the two shorter “lightdaggers.” The kit can be assembled in a variety of ways, letting you design the ultimate lightsaber setup. It also features lights and movie sound effects when activated. The Bladebuilders Jedi Master lightsaber can be yours for $36 from Amazon, saving you $14.
Every kid knows that Nerf guns and Star Wars are a match made in heaven. Han Solo and Stormtrooper blasters have always been fan favorites, but there’s no denying that Chewbacca’s Wookie bowcaster remains one of the coolest and most unique weapons seen in the films. Now you can blast one of your own with this Nerf bowcaster, which launches darts at distances of up to 65 feet with real crossbow-like action. It even includes a removable scope and a detachable dart holder as well as five darts, and costs just $30 from Amazon. You can also grab a 14-pack of spare darts for just $7.50.
Hone your Jedi skills with the Jedi Challenges augmented reality headset from Lenovo. This device utilizes your smartphone display, a sensor beacon, and a lightsaber motion controller, and includes several built-in AR games. You can have a lightsaber duel with Darth Vader, Darth Maul, or Kylo Ren, command your troops in battle in the real-time strategy game, or play a match of Holochess (straight off of the Millennium Falcon) on your living room table. The Lenovo Jedi Challenges AR headset kit is compatible with iOS and Android devices and is currently available for $200 from Best Buy.
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without colorful sweaters, and why not add some Star Wars to the fun? Amazon has a variety of Star Wars-themed “ugly” holiday sweaters available this season, and whether you’re a tried-and-true Jedi or loyal to the Dark Side, there is a sweater to suit just about any taste. The many different designs feature Stormtrooper motifs, Rebel and Imperial fighters, and fan-favorite characters like R2-D2 and BB-8. These sweaters are offered for both men and women and come in at around $20 to $40 from Amazon.
Following the release of 2015’s The Force Awakens, BB-8 quickly became everybody’s favorite character. Now, you can have a miniature BB-8 of your own with this special-edition bundle from Sphero. Your BB-8 listens and responds to commands from your smartphone, tablet, and even your voice. You can also control it using your hand with the included Force Band, so you really feel like the Force is with you. The Sphero BB-8 smart robot and Force Band bundle can be yours for just $130 from ThinkGeek, saving you $70.
Star Wars is famous for nothing if not its epic orchestral music, and these Bluetooth headphones from iHome are the perfect way to enjoy John Williams’ classic music (and all your other tunes) on the go. Bluetooth connectivity means you don’t have to fuss around with wires, and a built-in microphone lets you take calls. Its First Order-inspired styling is visually striking as well. The iHome Star Wars Bluetooth headphones can be yours for $40 from ThinkGeek.
Enjoy your coffee and cocoa with this mug designed after BB-9E, the First Order’s new astromech droid. With his sleek black Imperial aesthetics, this evil little droid’s design makes the perfect mug for those who like their coffee on the darker side. The BB-9E ceramic mug is $19 from Hot Topic, and if you buy two, you get a third one totally free.
Need something to wear to show your Star Wars pride for the release of The Last Jedi? This is the shirt you’re looking for. This 100-percent cotton “Resist” T-shirt from ThinkGeek features the Resistance lineup from the new movie, including Rey, Poe, Finn, Chewie, BB-8, and newcomer Rose, complete with the classic Rebel Alliance logo. A $5 savings knocks the “Resist” T-shirt down to $15.
Tree decorations like these Star Wars ornaments are among the most fun and festive parts of the holiday season, and they also make perfect stocking stuffers for the geeks in your life. You can choose from classic characters like Darth Vader, C-3PO, or Yoda, as well as figures from the new trilogy like Kylo Ren, Captain Phasma, and a First Order Stormtrooper. Each of these ornaments will only set you back $8.
Complete your kitchenware collection with these ThinkGeek-exclusive drinking glasses. Each 10-ounce glass features schematic artwork of Star Wars ships, from the new X-Wing and TIE Silencer to the classic TIE Fighter and Millennium Falcon. This four-glass set comes in at just $15 from ThinkGeek — less than $4 a piece.
Who knew that evil could be so cute? BB-8 may be everybody’s favorite character from The Force Awakens, but a challenger has appeared for The Last Jedi: BB-9E is the First Order’s new astromech and he is sure to attract a following of his own. Normally $150, the app-enabled Sphero BB-9E smart droid can be your companion for $100 from Best Buy (a $50 savings) for a limited time. It also includes the same wearable Force Band that comes with the BB-8 droid for motion control.
If the whole Resistance thing seems a little too twee for your tastes, then show your loyalty to the Dark Side with this beanie. It’s 100-percent acrylic, so it’s warm enough to wear to The Last Jedi premiere this month, and its bold, embroidered “I Heart the Dark Side” design leaves nobody guessing as to how you feel about those pesky Rebel scum. This beanie comes in at $15 from Hot Topic, and like with the BB-9E mug, you can score one for free when you purchase two.
It’s not quite barbecue season, but a true Sith lord knows how to prepare. This set of fun and functional BBQ tongs from Underground Toys is styled after Darth Vader’s lightsaber. The tongs comprise the “blade,” and when you’re finished with them, you can slip the red cover over them to complete the look. A 50 percent discount means you can score these lightsaber tongs for just $30 from Amazon.
That’s no moon. This Death Star popcorn maker may not be able to destroy Rebel planets, but it can cook up a big batch of popcorn in minutes, automatically dispensing it into the top half of the space statio,n which serves as a handy serving bowl. When not in use, it goes back together and makes a great decoration piece. Sure to be a hit at your next Star Wars movie night, the Death Star popcorn maker can be yours for $50 from Amazon.
Hasbro is still the king of Star Wars toys, and these Force Link action figures add a new level of fun. When used with Force Link gear, this Luke Skywalker figure can activate unique phrases and sounds from The Last Jedi. It also serves just fine on its own as a classic action figure to add to your collection. The Luke Skywalker Force Link figure is available on Amazon for $18.
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Update: Added the Propel battle drone, Bladebuilders lightsaber, Nerf Chewbacca bowcaster, and Jedi Challenges AR headset, and updated prices.
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