If you have not done your shopping by now it might be a little too late for you. I am here to help you. Here are few gifts that will be in stock and easy to get a hands on last minute online and delivered on time for Christmas. That being said you should properly start getting a list together ASAP!

iPhone 6S:

By that I mean a new case, a car charger, a AppStore gift card, Bluetooth. You really have an endless amount of accessories to choose from.


MacBook Air: 

This is not for the faint of heart or wallet and better be for someone very dear to your heart. You do however ensure it will not be regifted.


MacBook Pro: 

This should strictly be a you asked for it and here it is type gift. The you’re not getting anything else so don’t ask gift. The you did great in school, I love you to death, we are on the path to marriage or best brother in the world gift.

Amazon Kindle Fire: $49

Amazon has done a great job of marketing this little wonder. The fact is that this tablet is not a tablet at all. It’s a eReader first and foremost. It just happens to be robust enough to handle media and apps. Don’t get this for anyone that even hinted that they wanted iPad. It has no front   camera, heck it has no camera at all but that $49is a great entry price.



Helo TC: $50

Do you have a big kid in the house? You know the mid 20’s early 30’s type? This helicopter is controlled via an iOS or Android device. Flys pretty high and is generally just a fun toy for adults.


Whitings Body Scale: $159

This is the best gift for anyone you know about to jump on that new years resolution. This scale saves profiles and can wirelessly send the results to a free app that motivates you along.


Zippo Outdoor lighter: $19.95

This is the gift for the quote on quote manly man. This lighter will flame up at temperatures well below zero. What someone would be doing out in temperatures that low is beyond me but they will have light and fire.


Wacom Inkling Pen: $199

The Light Scribe Pen was great product when it firsts came out but there were a lot of limitations. The one I have has been collecting dust for a while now. The one of the main two reasons why this pen did not take off was that it requires the of buying special paper. The second is that the pen was not able to detect pressure, which is a key for artist looking to transfer their work to the computer. The Wacom Inkling Pen has none of these issues so buy it ASAP for your budding Picasso.


Spalding Never Flat Basketball: $40

This is not even a holiday gift really because you should just get this for anyone you know that likes basketball based off General principle. It’s cheaper than a video game and will last longer.


SteriPen Freedom: $120 

With this gift it will be alright to drink the water no matter where you go. The metallic green Freedom provides 8000 0.5L (16 oz.) water treatments. In 48 seconds, the germicidal UV light destroys over 99.9% of bacteria, viruses and protozoa such as giardia and cryptosporidium. One liter volumes may be disinfected by treating twice. Best of all it has an integrated battery that recharges via a micro USB port.


ResQme Keychain: $10

If you fearful of getting trapped in your car than ResQMe is the key chain rescue tool that has already helped to save many lives and may just the thing to calm your nerves.


Kensington BungeeAir: $100 

With BungeeAir, when you and your iPhone are separated, your iPhone’s screen automatically locks and sends an alert to the BungeeAir fob. The fob alarms with sound and vibration to remind you that the wireless security tether is broken and your iPhone was left behind.

By Rubens Saintel

Proud father, #Haitian, photographer, consultant, writer & entrepreneur. I love video games, movies, plays, technology (surprise), beta testing apps and all things sci-fi. | |