This list of gifts would make perfect stocking stuffers or gifts for guys and girls who love gadgets. The best part is that they are all affordable, with most less than $35, and you can get free shipping if your order total is over a certain amount. Most of these are items that I’ve given in the past, own myself or have on my wish list, so they are all gadgets that I approve of (and have the reviews to back it up).
Universal Waterproof Case with for Tablets and Accessories: The ultimate protection for your eBook reader or small tablet. The headphone input is sealed as well.
Dicapac Underwater Camera Case: I’ve used this on two trips to Hawaii that included snorkeling, scuba and swimming in waterfalls, as well as playing in the pool and ocean. I’ve also taken it to Florida and used it locally for kayaking and such. I like how I can still zoom in with my lens because of the zoom cap that screws on, and I’ve taken excellent underwater photos (which depend more on the water clarity). MySony DSC-W350 14.1MP Digital Camera with 4x Wide Angle Zoom with Optical Steady Shot Image Stabilization and 2.7 inch LCD (Blue) is smaller than the bag, so a bigger camera would fit just fine. There are enough seals that I know it’ll be safe for me to submerge for long periods of time. I recommend testing it with just a paper towel inside a few times so you know if you’re sealing it correctly.
Cocoon CPG10BK GRID-IT Organizer:
I looked up this product after seeing it in a magazine. You can organize all sorts of things in this elastic grid so you don’t have to dig around in your purse, luggage or laptop bag for the things that are hard to find in the bottom of a bag (cell phone, cords, pens, camera, gum) — literally anything small that you want to keep organized. These are available in multiple sizes and colors and would be a good gift for nearly anyone.
24-inch Photo Soft Box Light Tent – 4 Backdrops: This is a little more specialized, but if you know someone who likes to take photos of food, jewelry or items (smaller than two feet), this foldup light tent is perfect for getting the soft, diffused lighting that photographers are looking for. If you need to add more light, you could use a cheap clip-on light or table lamp from the sides or the top.
Kasa Smart Light Bulbs: We put one of these smart light bulbs in our exterior porch light, connected it to the Kasa app and scheduled the light to go on at sunset and off at sunrise every day. Smart bulbs replace clunky, old-fashioned timers and can be controlled using Alexa or Google Home.
Stanley 95-112B LED Tripod Flashlight: My husband loves this flashlight for when he’s working on projects in the dark and needs to have both hands free. This would also be great to keep in a car in case someone needs to change a flat tire in the dark.
Bucket Boss Bucket Tool Organizer: While this is technically a tool organizer, you could use it for any type of supplies (crafts, knitting, painting). My husband keeps his regular tools organized in this so he can carry them from room to room and have everything he needs. The bucket isn’t included, but you can pick one up for a few dollars at a hardware store.
Bluetooth speakers are great for listening to music from a phone when you aren’t going to be near a plug. Anker is a widely-trusted brand, and this speaker has 92% four- and five-star ratings out of more than 72,000 Amazon reviews.
External Battery Pack Charger An external battery (whether it’s a pack or a case) is a must for those times when you can’t conveniently charge your device. This one has extremely high ratings and works with a variety of devices including e-readers, MP3 players and more.
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