No sci-fi fans collection is complete without a real-life robot, and this adorable little guy from Aldebaran Robotics definitely fits the bill. This ‘bot is a popular option for educational groups, and he can be programmed to do all kinds of cool stuff.
We also have a Dalek on this list, so if you have the money for the greatest battle in sci-fi history, you might as well pick up a Cylon, too. This life-size model is absolutely terrifying, and serves as a start reminder that we’re totally screwed when the machines take over.
Hell. Yes. One of the coolest things about Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy was his epic reimagining of the Batmobile. He turned a suave (and sometimes overgrown) sports car into an ass-kicking ATV that could bulldoze through a wall and keep on ticking. So, before you launch your campaign to take back the city of your choice, pick up your own Tumbler for a cool $1.6 million so you’ll look the part.
The Doctor takes his sonic screwdriver very seriously, and hardcore Doctor Who fans do the same. So, what’s the perfect gift for a deep-pocketed Who fan? This hyper-detailed replica of the Eleventh Doctor’s favorite device, which you can (probably) use to open anything (except a wooden door).
For Trek fans, the iconic Enterprise is definitely not created equal. The look, style and model varies from show to show — and none are arguably as iconic as the Next Generation model Enterprise D. So, honor your Trek brethren with this extremely hyper-detailed replica.
Everyone can put a recliner in their living room, but you know what’s a lot cooler? A full-size, officially sanctioned replica of Game of Thrones’ Iron Throne. It’ll set you back a cool $30,000, but that’s a small price to pay to rule your own version of Westeros.
George Lucas’ Star Wars franchise is on the verge of a resurgence with J.J. Abrams’ sequel on the way. To that end, some nifty original trilogy goodies are finally popping up for public consumption. One of the most expensive includes Harrison Ford’s screen-used blaster from the original trilogy, which is one of the most iconic weapons in sci-fi history.
Sure, everyone is focused on The Hobbit these days, but the Lord of the Rings trilogy is the real meat and potatoes of J.R.R. Tolkien’s catalog. So, if you have money to burn, buy your book-loving friend this first edition set.
Yeah, that’s right. A jetpack. We’ve been waiting for these things to become practical modes of transportation for decades, and we’re still waiting. But, some companies are still pushing forward with jetpack tech. If you have to get your fly-on, you could do far worse than this Martin Jetpack model.
You’d have to keep an eye on eBay to find one, but used life-size Stargates do pop up on eBay from time to time. The bad news? It’ll cost you about $100,000 on average, and it’ll probably not take you to other planets. But, if it did, they’d all probably still look like Vancouver…
The true standard-bearer for the best sci-fi gift ever. Things are great, but there is nothing that compares to the experience of literally flying into space. Lucky for your millionaire friends, Virgin Galactic is now offering space flights for the general public. Yeah, I’ll take this one.