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Lego Star Wars R2D2

Most of the more elaborate Star Wars Lego kits we've seen have been dedicated to space ships/cruisers/battle stations, so it's refreshing to see an entire 2127 pieces dedicated to a single character. Building this Lego Star Wars R2D2 ($240) set will yield you a strikingly accurate rendition of everyone's favorite bleeping, blooping droid, standing over a foot tall and featuring a retractable third leg, front panels that open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and a circular saw, a rotating head, and a fact plaque complete with mini R2D2 figure.

  • Lego Death Star

    Drool. The new Lego Death Star ($400) is the emperor of all Star Wars toys, featuring 25 minifig characters and multiple decks of Episode IV goodness. Included in the set are rarities like Stormtrooper-ized Luke and Han, the Dianoga trash compactor monster (!), and various droids (Interrogation Droid, R2-Q5, etc.), as well as areas such as the Death Star superlaser with control room and target monitor, the hangar bay with TIE starfighter, detention block, and the Emperor's throne room.

  • Slot Mods Raceways

    Believe it or not, we have a special place in our hearts for slot car tracks — and Slot Mods Raceways ($1,000 and up) are some of the best we've seen. Ranging from standard setups that cost less than a grand to completely custom, massive tracks that can range in the tens of thousands, each 1:32 scale Slot Mod is based around a track that's cut and routed out of MDF, slots precision-carved with a CNC mill, and hand-crafted details, and includes cars, controllers, and a power supply.