Star Wars obsessive? You won't find any thermal detonators or Dejarik tables in our list, but if you're happy to swap your galactic credits for English Pounds you're certain to pick up a few fantastic bargains.
In fact, we’ve got anything but a bad feeling about this, with 16 cracking presents to help you feel the festive Force.
Unless...IT’S A TRAP. No, wait. It’s not. Now, watch your head and read on.*
* Number of Star Wars clichés: at least seven
Sphero Battle-worn BB-8 and Force Band (£180)
Not since the very first union of meat and fire has there been a more glorious pairing than that of Sphero and BB-8.
Back with an all-new battle-worn paint job - trundling around the sands of Jakku takes its toll on one’s appearance - this collector’s edition also includes the new Force Band, which allows you to control the chirpy little ball of joy with hand gestures.
The band also vibrates when there’s a nearby disturbance in the Force, letting you physically explore your surroundings and collect relics on your smartphone, Pokémon Go-style.
Ultimate Star Wars (£10)
Park up the Falcon and find a comfy couch at Stormbucks: this coffee table compendium leaves no concept, prop, battle or shot uncovered.
Spanning every inch of that long-ago galaxy (and the first and second trilogies), at 320-pages, it’ll keep ‘Wars fans occupied better than a whole day’s pod-racing on Tatooine.
Hot Wheels Elite Force Awakens Poe's X-Wing (£90)
Prepare for puns: this die-cast rebel retaliator will take your Christmas to the next galactic level as you feel the force in its expertly-crafted get-up.
Reminisce about last year's Force Awakens release with this Elite series model, complete with a tiny moulded Poe and display stand, ready to take pride of place alongside that carbonite-encrusted Han on your mantlepiece.
Millennium Falcon Multi-tool (£9.99)
Hyperdrive got the hump again? Set Chewy to work with this ship-inspired stainless steel tinkerer and it’ll be back to galaxy-spanning speeds in less time than it takes to open a parcel with the wallet-sized widget. Oh, and it opens bottles, too – perfect for post-repair refreshment in a certain cantina on Mos Eisley.