There’s no need to say that technology has changed the way we gift people. It seems like the old days of sending baseball gloves and flowers are long gone, and people are opting to choose gadgets and other tech based gifts instead.
That’s not a bad thing of course, and there is no shortage of tech products in every category to fit the mold of a proper gift. Today you will see a different approach to gifting, and instead we will focus on a couple of gifts in each of these ‘different’ categories. Let’s start with the first.
The obvious ones here are the Fitbit and other trackers that monitor your daily activity. This is the perfect gift for your friends that are health conscious and almost addicted to exercising. If they don’t already have one of course.
Another cool tech gift in this category is one of those modern rowing machines. That is a more suitable gift for your mom or aunt who have been talking about shedding some extra pounds during Christmas festivities.
This one is more complex than it sounds, and we will spread it out for each gender. For men, you can look towards one of those proper beard trimmers or electro shaving machines depending on whether or not they keep the stubble or shave bare. These are both great gifts meant to expedite the process of grooming, so you can assure that the guys you gift this to will be more than thankful.
And if they already have one, don’t worry because they break all the time so they will eventually find a use for them.
For women, there’s 2 options that are usually pretty safe. The first one is expensive, but if you have the budget for it then you can buy them a high tech hair dryer like the Dyson Supersonic. A more budget friendly option that women love is the automatic skin cleansing device, by brands such as Clarisonic for example.
There’s way more beauty based tech gifts for women, so you should have no problem finding one for that beauty obsessed cousin of yours.
For Daily Convenience:
This one really depends on the person that you are gifting, but for the most part the possibilities are endless. To really narrow down the perfect gift, simply look at what the person you are gifting dreads doing. For example, if your mom or aunt hate cooking, get them one of those slow cookers that ease the whole process.
For your dad or uncle who hate doing work around the house, buy them one of those new rotary electro powered tools that do everything from polishing and sanding to changing screws. There is no shortage of products here.
This is perhaps the easiest category because the tech industry has really shaken up the way we view entertainment. Literally.
A TV streaming device like the Fire stick and the Chromecast is an obvious option, but also look at one of those bluetooth speakers as a variant. Even a universal remote can be a great gift that is used daily by the person that receives it.
That should give you more than a general idea of what to buy your friends, loved ones, and everything in between.
Anyway, happy shopping and remember to bookmark this for the holiday season that is coming up in 5 or so months.