Star Trek: Discovery finally came out last week and from what we hear, it’s pretty dope so far. Any honorary member of Starfleet is going to want to enhance their viewing experience, so here’s some sweet Star Trek swag that can help you do just that.

Proudly wear your Starfleet division mark with these sleek insignia badges. They use magnets to pin to your clothing (even that Starfleet uniform you might have lying around) and feature different insignias for Command, Medical, Operations, or Science branches. Don’t just be part of your Starfleet crew; stand out with your badge.

If you’re a Captain Kirk-type watching Discovery with the Spock in your life, then you should tell them how much they mean to you with this friendship necklace. The ‘Star-Trek’ logo splits into two parts that can be worn separately. When put together, they spell out Spock’s famous “last words” to Kirk in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. They can also magnetize together and be worn as one necklace in case you’re your own Spock to your Kirk.

In case you wanted to go retro while jotting down your Discovery thoughts and theories, why not record them in a PADD? The cover of this 232-page notebook is designed like the handheld computers that the Enterprise crew used in The Next Generation. The lined pages also display the Starfleet insignia. There’s also an Uhura notebook, in case you’re feeling OG.

If you’re having any refreshments during your viewing party, set them down on these fancy coasters. As a set of six, each coaster features a different layer of the original Enterprise vessel from The Original Series. When stacked on top of each other, they create a neat 3D image of the entire ship. And when you’re not displaying them, they still get good mileage as actual coasters.

If you’re not having a Discovery viewing party, chances are you’re streaming it home in your jammies. Why not make those pajamas Trekkie-approved by slipping into these pajama pants? These comfy-looking pjs come with the classic show logo and the original Enterprise – along with other classic Starfleet tools – plastered all over the legs. They’re perfect for unwinding on a Sunday while you wait for the new episode to pop up.



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