Best Dr Who gifts and gadgets

With Dr Who back on our screens, and the upcoming Christmas special promising more time-travelling adventures, we've gathered together the best Dr Who gifts and gadgets from here to Gallifrey.

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  • Tardis Projection alarm clock
  • Sonic Toothbrush
  • Tardis Neon Light
  • Desktop Patrolling Dalek
  • Hologram Tardis
  • Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote
  • Tardis USB Hub
  • Cyberman Christmas Decoration
  • Tardis iPhone Case
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Best Dr Who gifts: Tardis Projection alarm clock

One thing a Time Lord always needs handy is a clock. Otherwise how will you ever know when you are in the universe? With this Tardis Projection alarm clock you'll never be late again, as the time is displayed brightly on any available surface. 

Price: £29.99
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One thing a Time Lord always needs handy is a clock. Otherwise how will you ever know when you are in the universe? With this Tardis Projection alarm clock you'll never be late again, as the time is displayed brightly on any available surface. 

Price: £29.99
View on Amazon.

Also see: Best Black Friday Deals

Best Dr Who gifts: Sonic Toothbrush

While the Doctor's trusty sonic screwdriver is famous for opening and closing doors, this electric toothbrush variant is more about jaws. The vibrating head means your teeth will be brighter than ever, and could even be a match for Capaldi's Ray Bans. 

Price: £10.99
View on BBC Shop.

Best Dr Who gifts: Tardis Neon Light

The little blue box that's bigger on the inside has long been an iconic gadget itself. Now Whovians can bring their own light into dark places by using the Tardis Neon lamp, which glows in a glorious azure as old as time itself...or at least the 80s. 

Price: £24.99
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Best Dr Who gifts: Desktop Patrolling Dalek

There's nothing better for increasing productivity then the constant threat of being completely annihilated by a homicidal dustbin with emotional problems. So bring out the best in your favourite Who fan by getting them a Dalek that patrols their desktop without ever bumping into things or falling off the edge. Stairs, of course, remain a challenge.  

Price: £25.99
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Best Dr Who gifts: Hologram Tardis

It might not be possible to actually watch a Tardis demateralise in real life, but this cool gadget creates a ghostly 3D image of the time machine that can turn slowly in space. It's all done with mirrors (as were many of the effects on Who back in the 70s...that and bubble wrap), in something called a mirascope. Very cool. 

Price: £14.99
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Best Dr Who gifts: Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote

If you've ever envied the magical powers of the Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver, then you can get a taste of that mystery in the form of a universal remote control modelled on his device. Now you simply brandish this sonic wand, change the channel, and be a modern day wizard to your children or flatmates. 

Price: £79.95
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Best Dr Who gifts: Tardis USB Hub

The Tardis is a powerful creation, and this gadget harnesses the energy generated by the Eye of Harmony and funnels it into 4 USB 2.0 ports. The Hub will bring a taste of Gallifrey to any desk and could easily turn out to be a Time Saving Machine. Which is close. 

Price: £22.99
View on BBC Shop.

Best Dr Who gifts: Cyberman Christmas Decoration

Nothing quite says Christmas like the effigy of a race that wants to remove all emotions and traces of humanity, then encapsulate the remains of the person in a metal prison. Well, fret no more, for here it is! With the Cyberman Christmas decoration you'll soon have the festive season upgraded. Resistance is futile, but maybe keep it away from the Terry's All Gold. Just in case. 

Price: £7.99
View on BBC Shop.

Best Dr Who gifts: Tardis iPhone Case

One of the other magical devices of the modern age is the iPhone. It should come as no real surprise then that among the myriad of cases available for the Apple creation, one of the classiest bears the Whovian Chariot in full blue splendour. Variants are available for all current models, and even go back in time to the 4S and 5. 

Price: £19.45
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