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
Ubtech Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper robot (£299.99)
Don’t be fooled by the rounded, friendly appearance of Ubtech’s First Order Stormtrooper, this little robot has some serious tech packed inside. Measuring 16in tall, you can play AR games with him via a mobile app, plus with facial recognition and voice control you can command him to patrol an area and issue a warning if someone he doesn’t recognise appears. Best of all, unlike a regular Stormtrooper, he shouldn’t be susceptible to any Jedi mind tricks.
Numskull Boba Fett Beanie (£14.99)
Boba Fett didn’t need to wear a wooly hat to keep his noggin warm, his helmet did that. And while this beanie won’t provide the protection or anonymity that the infamous bounty hunter enjoyed in his iconic green armour, if you pull it right down over your face you might just manage to obtain some of the same mystique. Or people might just laugh at you as your walk into another lamppost. It’s your call.
Stormtrooper Glass (£11.99)
It’s probably fair to assume that this isn’t the only Stormtrooper's head that has ended up being used to drink out of. But while Lord Vader’s disciplinary methods have always been a little on the violent side, no footsoldiers were harmed in the making of this 150ml tumbler, even though an original helmet mould was used to make it.
LittleBits Droid Inventor Kit (£99.95)
Droids aren’t exactly known for their reliability. If they’re not wandering off on some personal mission, they’re antagonising Imperial forces at every opportunity. So it’s no surprise they often find themselves getting damaged. It makes sense, then, for any self-respecting Star Wars fan to know how to build their own, which is exactly what this LittleBits kit will do. (It’ll also stealthily teach kids about coding, but they don’t need to know they’re learning.)
Nixon Ranger SW Kylo Black (£280)
Nixon’s got a huge range of Star Wars watches but this new Kylo Ren edition of the Ranger SW stands out, particularly with its second hand that looks like the young warrior’s eye-catching lightsaber. It’s also waterproof down to 100m, because even the most powerful Jedi sometimes forget to take their watches off before they get in the bath.
Samsonite Paradiver Star Wars Backpack (£69.86)
No, not carbonite – sorry, Han – but almost as durable, this backpack from the clever case-makers at Samsonite is ideal for galaxy-trotting travellers with an allegiance to the Dark Side.
Stylish, light and padded in all the right places, its 19-litre capacity should be good for all the rebel-crushing kit you could possibly need – and, with a pattern that falls just on the subtler side of fanboy, you can probably get away with taking it to work.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (£44.95)
Swinging an umbrella around and making lightsaber noises with your mouth will never not be fun but it’s fair to say Star Wars: Battlefront II does an even better job.
With more of a focus on solo play (no, not Han) than the original, you can blast through the extended single-player campaign before hopping online in the New Year to take on all the other wannabe Jedi around the world.
It's (rightly) been criticised for its complicated and potentially costly online upgrade system, but look past that and it remains the best way to plunge yourself into the Star Wars universe, short of inventing a hyperdrive and joining the Rebels yourself.