The best places to buy unique Star Trek Christmas gifts

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Every year we look for places to buy Christmas gifts for the Star Trek fans in our lives. 

But we get tired of using the same ones, especially if we’ve already bought a lot from that store. Maybe we want to try something different. After all, we can only give so many mugs and ornaments. So if you’re looking for something that will make Trekkies really happy this Christmas, this is the list for you, whether you have a little money to spend or a whole lot of money to spend. offers model kits perfect for the creative fans on your list. Kits like the Polar Lights Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country Klingon K’Ronos 1 Phototech Set 1:350 scale and the AMT Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise 1:32 scale model kit that includes everything you need to recreate the bridge from the original series are sure to be welcome under the tree. is offering something incredibly rare this season: a Picard Bajoran Cuff Earring like the one worn by Ro Laren on her recent reappearance on Star Trek: Picard. If you’d prefer the cuff earring worn by Major Kira on Deep Space Nine, they have that, too. Other jewlery like earrings and necklaces are available, too. is a surprising find for this list, but they’ve added a Star Trek piece to its line: the Nebula Bear which you can customize with a uniform from The Original Series or The Next Generation. There’s also a separate Nebula Bear that comes with a Tribble! has released a new Exquisite Min-Seires line of 1:18 scale 3:75 action figures with the first releases from the crew of the 2009 Star Trek movie. There’s Chris Pine’s James T. Kirk, and Karl Urban’s Dr. McCoy. There’s even a Spock Prime!  You can visit the website to find out when you other figures will be available.

And, of course, as I’ve mentioned before, you can find beautifully designed steel posters from from virtually every series of the universe.

There are plenty of unique gifts to be found, and hopefully, these sites will spark an idea or two!

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