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There was a time when discussing one’s love of Doctor Who was restricted to the dingy corners of comic book stores and even danker haunts of internet chatrooms.

Such is the current coolness of the Time Lord, those days may as well belong to a different dimension. Now, Doctor paraphernalia has made the improbable transition from the bedrooms of the humble geek to the manbags and desks of your average gent.

Available from the Science Museum Shop, Whovians can declare their love for the sci-fi series in style with these retro-themed Doctor Who A6 notebooks and mugs, adorned with a choice of Tardis, Cyberman or the ever-lovable Dalek. The Dalek design also features on a fetching tea pot, providing ample opportunity to bring the house down at your next Doctor Who party with a cry of "Percolate!".

Unfortunately, the 13-inch Tardis laptop case mimics its namesake in aesthetic alone – not even a sonic screwdriver is going to help you squeeze anything bigger in there.

A6 notebooks, £10; Tardis 13-inch laptop case, £35; single mug, £12; set of four mugs, £40; Dalek tea pot, £45

Available from the Science Museum Shop



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