Dr Who returns: 15 best gifts for fans

What do you get the Doctor Who fan who has everything? Look no further than our selection of gifts ideas for even the most dedicated Whovian

We know how passionate Doctor Who fans are about their favourite show, and to celebrate the return of the Time Lord with Peter Capaldi in the title role, we’ve travelled through time and space (kind of) to find a variety of gifts for every kind of Whovian.

From gadgets like the Sonic Screwdriver - Universal remote control that will stop anyone trying to change the channel during Doctor Who to products you might not have considered, like the ice cube tray that moulds your ice into K-9 and Dalek shapes, there is something for every budget.   

 

Verdict:

We love the Doctor Who mug, which is a great budget buy at under a fiver. For the purists, you can't go wrong with 50th anniversary Dalek and its iconic British look. For something a little different, we recommend the espresso set with its lovely retro designs. And if you're looking for something fun, the Weeping Angel vinyl figurine is a great little piece for any desk.

Buy now

1. Dalek tea pot, £40

2. Official 50th anniversary Dalek, £22

3. Doctor Who jigsaw puzzle, £6.49

4. Doctor Who cookie jar, £29.99

5. Doctor Who apron, £12.99

6. The Sonic Screwdriver - Universal remote control, £59.55

7. Doctor Who retro bag, 24.99

8. Doctor Who home espresso set, £42.50

9. Vitruvian Weeping Angel T-shirt, £15.99

10. Dalek cupcake cases, £2.99

11. Doctor Who ice cube tray, £5.99

12. Dalek projection alarm clock, £20.11

13. Doctor Who mug, £4.99

14. Tardis bathrobe, £20.99

15. Weeping Angel vinyl figure, £16.99

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