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Buying Gadgets and Gizmos as Gifts

Updated on August 11, 2011
Gadgets and Gizmos
Gadgets and Gizmos

Buying gadgets and gizmos as gifts is a good idea, for those who love the latest devices on the market. Some work better than others. A few are not worth their price. Before purchasing, it is always best to read reviews from other buyers or check them out in the store.

Here are some of the latest items to consider. For the outdoor barbecue enthusiast, a battery operated grill brush makes clean up easier and more fun.

An outdoor enthusiast may appreciate an outdoor electronic weather station or a wrist watch gps tracking device. The gps watch is the more expensive of the two, but it still moderately priced, at around $100.

Don't expect it to act as a normal GPS navigator as there's simply not enough space on the screen to fit a good navigation software, so you'll have to rely just on some basic indications, but they're better than nothing, right? Now let's move on to the next gadgets and gizmos.

The best gadgets for kids and teens are those that will provide hours of fun. A spy pen that uploads video through a usb port, a voice changer or a kaleidoscope laser light make great gift ideas for kids. They are all available for under $30.

Some high tech gadgets are good for anyone who drives every day. A digital tire gauge with other tools built in is a perfect example. A bluetooth keyboard for iPad is another example of a cool device that may be desirable to someone who must work in many places.

One of the latest gizmos in fashion, is the led samurai watch. This device has red numbers that light up directly around the metallic links. It is unusual and a good idea for anyone who wants to keep time, but wants something that looks more like a piece of jewelry.


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