2012 is slowly rolling to a close. Shop fronts, malls and homes have started to imprint our retina’s with Christmas cheer through festively vibrant embellishments. As the festive spirit washes over us, we begin to wonder “what gift do I give”?

The Vamers staff are here to help you out with an assortment of gifts for this Geekmas that would give any self-respecting person a good and proper geekasm.

The 2012 Vamers Geekmas Gift Guide consists of 30 geektastic gifts. The items have been split into three separate posts of 10 gifts each, with each post catering for a different budget.

Part I is for the budget conscious buyer, Part II is for the mid-to-big spender, and Part III (this post) is for those with deep pockets. Each post has also been conveniently sorted in order from least to most expensive.

Please note that the prices in this guide are accurate at the time of publishing only and may change without notice at each respective online store.

  1. Harry Potter Official Movie Replica Wand
    Price: R535
    Store: Have2Have
  2. Superman ‘S’ Shield Hoodie
    Price: R615
    Store: AnimeWorx
  3. A-Side Tape Doormat
    Price: R650
    Store: Yuppie Gadgets
  4. Star Wars Anakin Skywalker Static Lightsaber Umbrella
    Price: R750
    Store: Dark Carnival
  5. Kymera Magic Wand Remote Control
    Price: R855
    Store: Mantality
  6. 01 The One LED Binary Watch
    Price: 2599
    Store: Mantality
  7. Halo 4 Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset
    Price: R2850
    Store: My-Gadgets
  8. A.R. Drone 2.0
    Price: R3699
    Store: Mantality
  9. Star Wars Interactive R2-D2 Astromech Droid Robot
    Price: R4300
    Store: Have2Have
  10. LEGO Star Wars UCS Death Star II Collectible
    Price: R16500
    Store:  Have2Have
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Looking for more and somewhat cheaper geektastic goodies for geekmas? Have a look at Part I and Part II of the Vamers Geekmas Gift Guide 2012.

Owner, founder and editor-in-chief at Vamers, Hans has a vested interest in geek culture and the interactive entertainment industry. With a Masters degree in Communications and Ludology, he is well read and versed in matters relating to video games and communication media, among many other topics of interest.