Made from tachyon-saturated polyester, this never in flux Doctor Who blanket features a time-charged TARDIS. Where is it headed? Twelve seconds into the future, which is exactly when you hit “But It Now.”
And what goes in one’s TARDIS-shaped teapot? Why, a TARDIS-shaped tea infuser! Looking very much like the teapot (which looks very much like the TARDIS), this time-bowling call box is capable of chambering and creating the aforementioned, eternal tea.
Create the frozen likenesses of several Daleks and TARDISES with this Doctor Who Ice Cubes Tray. Perfect for water, juice, coffee, or pudding, this Doctor Who Ice Cubes Tray is the ultimate creator of tasty, time-frozen treats!
Doctor Who Movie-Inspired Characters Canvas Wall Art
This multi-panel art piece features painterly versions of Doctors nine through eleven, as well as the battle-hardened War Doctor. This brilliant wall art references absolute wonder, and the occasional break for war.
Dr. Who-Inspired “Time Lord/Souffle’ Girl” KitchenAid Stand Mixer Decal Kit
Affix these vinyl decals to any mixer and bake better than any dough-rolling Dalek! With the Doctor’s name denoted in elaborate, Gallifreyan text, this decal kit protects any mixer from Cyberman assimilation.
This TARDIS print layers a 100-year-old dictionary page (which I’m sure is a reprint, and not the actual ready-to-disintegrate, century-old page). Hang this in the study, or wherever one’s vocabulary can use assistance from the past.
When a Dalek annihilates, he screams “EXTERMINATE!” When he drinks coffee, he screams “CAFFEINATE!” And when he demands you buy this mug, he screams “ADD TO CARTINATE!” I can’t see you, but I sense you’re not amused.
Travel the timestream with helpful gear, stylish accessories, and a surprisingly handy screwdriver.
Doctor Who Tardis Wooden Jewelry Box
Based on the TARDIS, this wooden jewelry box features three hooks, three drawers, and a rotating necklace holder. Where does one keep “borrowed” jewelry from the past? In this TARDIS-inspired jewelry box.
This Doctor Who backpack features innumerable buckles, straps, pouches, and whatever else a Time Lord might need when it comes to infinite, portable storage. Looking very much like a TARDIS, one wonders how deep those pockets really go.
Doctor Who The Thirteenth Doctor Sonic Screwdriver
It’s a perfect, playable replica based on the Thirteenth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver! With a rotating handle, sound effects, flashing lights, and rotating crystal, this fake (but realistic) accessory completes your Doctor Who costume.
Doctor Who 12th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver With Sound
This 8” replica recreates the Twelfth Doctor’s all-purpose Sonic Screwdriver! With touch-activated light and sound effects, this Sonic Screwdriver will open any hatch or sturdy pizza box with a simple button press.
Time-trekking apparel for aspiring, not-quite-immortal Time Lords
Doctor Who Tardis Infinity Scarf
This stylish scarf features several TARDIS (TARDISES?) as they float aimlessly amidst sparkling nebulas. If you have a trench coat littered with growing baby galaxies, this is the perfect apparel accent.
This Blu-ray collection features every episode of Matt Smith’s divisive tenure as the good Doctor. Stored in a lay-flat booklet and gorgeous slipcase, this massive collection features every recorded second of the 11th Doctor’s video diary.
Based on the Doctor Who episode entitled “Hide,” it’s the appropriately named Doctor Who Hide Action Figure Set! Featuring two, 3.75” action figures and a 5” TARDIS, this action figure set lets you replay the on-screen adventure.
Standing over two-feet tall, this remote-controlled Dalek says terrifying Dalek things (like “EXTERMINATE!!”) and makes terrifying Dalek sounds (from it’s terrifying-sounding Death Ray). Looking to annihilate inferior species roaming the kitchen? Then activate this remote-controlled Dalek and maintain absolute control through absolute terror.
BIG Chief Studios 1/6 12″ Fourth Doctor Action Figure
There are action figures that kind of/sort of resemble their subject, and then there’s this eerily accurate work of action figure art. Based on the Fourth Doctor (played by beloved actor Tom Baker), this extremely limited figure features an exquisite character sculpting and accurately tailored apparel.
Produced by Eaglemoss, this 8.75” figure is a scaled recreation of a compassionless Cyberman! Yes, this diminutive, detailed character model looks benign, but it may transform small animals into obedient, human-eating machines.
Why, it’s the Tenth Doctor in compact Funko form! Complete with carefully sculpted trench coat and handy Atomic Screwdriver, this cute, collectible Doctor is ready for your shelf or comparably compact (but still impossibly large) TARDIS.
Celebrating 50+ years of Doctor Who, it’s the Dr. Who 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Monopoly Game! Featuring Doctor Who-themed rules, collectible player tokens, and a graphically exciting game board, this Monopoly set celebrates over 50 years of prestigious (and British) sci-fi.
Whodunit? Well, probably not — he’s usually on the side of protecting life. However, someone did something atrocious, and it’s up to you to solve this case in a Doctor Who-ified version of the classic board game.
This Doctor Who Chess Set features 32 chess pieces chambering familiar characters presented in lenticular, 3D images. If your intelligence is indeed eternal, we suggest challenging a robotic, despotic opponent in a game of Doctor Who chess.
Decorate the TARDIS, the tree, and your repurposed Cyberman coat rack with Doctor Who holiday décor.
Doctor Who 2.25″ Dalek 4-Piece Ornament Gift Set
These tree-dangling Daleks will absolutely exterminate any cheerful, shelf-dwelling elves. If you’re a fan of Doctor Who and his rolling, robotic adversaries, we suggest hanging their likenesses upon the nearest indoor spruce.
Lose yourself in amazing Doctor Who books and archaic, handheld reading materials.
Doctor Who Dalek Combat Manual
“Know your enemy.” This in an important phrase, especially if your enemy is a race of hateful mutants encased in murderous machines. If you want to beat the Daleks, we suggest heeding the aforementioned phrase, and then purchasing this book. And you should do it rather soon-ish, considering their commitment to absolute annihilation.
Hungry for Cyberman Pie? How about Cassandra Pizza? If either of these dishes sound more delicious than deadly, we recommend this Doctor Who cookbook and concocting something savory and/or catastrophic.
No, you can’t read it. Not initially. But you can read it after you write. This beautiful TARDIS journal features a TARDIS-covered cover, lined sheets with show-inspired designs, and a fine ribbon for marking pertinent pages.
If you’re looking for indelible details of every diligently incarnated Doctor, or perhaps accurate facts regarding their fan-favorite foes, we suggest the incredibly informative Doctor Who: Character Encyclopedia.
You finally got that Doctor Who doohickie your friend has been rambling on about. Is our loud and proud Whovian gear granting them wide, arbitrary grins as they go about their day? Are they quietly asking phone booths to traverse the timestream, or calling the neighbor’s canine “K-9?” If so, that means your gift was a hit, and you should probably return here, in the future, to recreate your friend’s happiness in the past. Yup.
Who would immediately (like, without hesitation) forsake Earth and join Optimus Prime in a last-ditch effort to emancipate Cybertron? That’s right – Tiras. An experienced geek-culture pundit, Tiras regularly consumes and reviews all manner of fantastical, fictional, and high-concept content. He also dreams of ending an eons-long war between two factions of intimidatingly tall transforming robots.