September 1 marks the second annual Force Friday, a day when there are sales on Star Wars items at stores and online. This year, there were quite a few new products revealed for the event, some of which tie into the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Here are some of the best toys we saw for Force Friday.

Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter (Lego)

Lego is producing some larger sets for Force Friday this year. Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter is a 630 piece Lego set which features four minifigures: Kylo Ren, BB-9E, Stormtrooper, and Tie Pilot. It goes on sale September 1 for $80.

First Order Imperial Walker (Lego)

If you want a larger Lego set, which ups your chances of stepping on random Lego pieces, The First Order Assault Walker set may be up your alley. We’ll see this new vehicle in The Last Jedi, and this is a pretty big set, coming in at 1,376 pieces. It comes with Rey, Reistance Trooper, Poe Dameron, Walker Driver, and Stormstrooper minifigures. The price for this set is $150.

First Order Star Destroyer (Lego)

The largest set by Lego for Force Friday is the Star Destroyer, which comes in at 1,416 pieces. The gigantic set comes with five minifigures: Officer, Shuttle Pilot, Stormtrooper, Stormtrooper Sergeant, BB-9E, and Supreme Leader Snoke. As it is the largest, it’s also the most expensive, costing $160.

Poe Dameron Electronic X-Wing Pilot Helmet (Hasbro)

You can pretend to be in Star Wars without leaving your couch. Poe Dameron’s helmet will fit both kids and adults. It has movie-specific detailing, and the inside has a surround sound system that plays X-Wing and Tie Fighter noises. This helmet will run you $80.

Droid Inventor Kit (Little Bits)

You can build your own droid friend to follow you around! Kids (and adults) can create their own R2D2 with this new inventor kit, which works alongside an app for missions and control. You can make your own R2D2 for $100, which is currently available on the Little Bits website.

Remote Control Droids (Sphero)

Sphero released a BB-8 remote control droid after the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now, the company has launched R2D2 and BB-9E versions of the new toys, which can be controlled by an app on your phone. The new BB-9E costs $150 and R2D2 is $180. You can learn more about this line on the Sphero website.

Premium Rey Lightsaber (Disney)

You can get your own Rey Lightsaber which lights up, makes your typical lightsaber noises, and has a removable blade. Unfortunately, this lightsaber is exclusive to Disney parks. We couldn’t find a price, but similar lightsabers cost $175 on Disney’s website.

Rebel Four Pack (Funko)

Funko is releasing a slew of new The Last Jedi figures. This Rebel pack is exclusive to Costco. The set contains Luke Skywalker, BB-8, Rey, and Chewbacca. While the new single figures will cost $12, pricing was not revealed for this pack.

First Order Four Pack (Funko)

If the dark side is more of your thing, Funko has a First Order set available at Costco. This set contains Supreme Leader Snoke, BB-9E, Kylo Ren, and First Order Executioner.

Star Wars Jedi Challenges (Lenovo)

Melding the worlds of Star Wars and augmented reality, Lenovo has produced this Jedi Challenges set, which contains an AR headset, a lightsaber controller, and a tracking beacon. Lenovo posted a video recently detailing how it works. It’s available for pre-order on Best Buy’s website for $200.

Star Wars Drones (Propel)

Finally, if you’re a person who enjoys a good drone but thinks they lack curb appeal, Propel has fashioned three drones after vehicles from the Star Wars universe: Tie Advanced, X-Wing, and Speeder Bike. Each of these $200 drones will be available at Brookstone very soon. You’re interested in the finer details about these drones, check out the Propel website.