Planning and shopping for gifts is one thing I absolutely try to avoid. Thankfully, with the rise of the e-commerce scene, it's more bearable now. Gone are the times where you'd have to wait in long queues just to bill a couple of items.
If you prefer the online shopping scene just as I do and looking for gifts for your girlfriend, you've landed at the right place.
Here, I've handpicked 9 unique tech gifts that won't just make her life easier but also help her be more productive. Excited? Let's check them out.
The Fitbit Alta HR band is one of the slimmest fitness wristbands for women and gives a chic and sophisticated look. Plus, it comes with a 7-day battery life, automatic exercise recognition, all-day fitness, and heart rate tracking.
Wireless Bluetooth Beanie Hats are the latest fad. These beanies allow you to listen to songs wirelessly while maintaining your stylish looks. It features Bluetooth version 4.2 and connects seamlessly with your Android phone or iPhone.
Available in Black, White, Pink, and Blue color, these hats are powered by a 3.7V/180mA battery and have a standby time of around 30 hours.
4. Selkie Bluetooth Headphones: Go Wireless Part II
Combining great sound quality and style, the Selkie Wireless Bluetooth Headphones are the perfect gifting options for your girlfriend. These earphones are easy to setup and gives you 3-4 hours of music playback time at one go.
However, the item that attracts the maximum attention is its beautiful case. Shaped like a lipstick case (yes, you read that right), it can easily fit anywhere. It also doubles as a charging case and can provide up to 20 hours of playback time.
If you ask me, conventional white/black power banks cases are just too boring. Sure, most serve the primary purpose of charging your smartphone, however, at times, looks do matter and these fail miserably.
If your girl holds the same opinion, say Hi to the Yoobao M4 10400mAh Power Bank. Not only is it super cute but also compact (3.6 x 3.2 x 0.9 in). Needless to say, this power bank is available in a variety of colors and prints.
Capable of Fast Charge, this little power bank has a dual output (Micro USB) of 2A and is compatible with most phones. The built-in flashlight also adds to the overall features.
6. Nkomax Tassel Keychain: Power in Your Hands Part II
If you ask me to rate the hardest things to do, I would consider finding-charger-in-my-purse as one of them. Yes, finding things in purses can be tough. That's when the Nkomax Tassel Keychain + Charger came to the rescue.
Note: The charging cable is only 20cm long and is meant to charge the phone while it's in your hand or in the bag.
It's a nifty portable charging cable (USB-A to Lightning), which you can just hook to the purse, and the tassle adds the touch of elegance. Plus, it's available in a variety of colors.
7. Polaroid Zip Mobile Printer: Get Your Memories Printed
If you're searching for a quality mobile printer without investing in a Polaroid camera, your search ends with the Polaroid Zip Mobile Printer. This small and compact printer prints vibrant and colorful photos and weighs only 6.6 ounces.
Sending pictures to this printer is super easy. You can connect your iOS and Android devices over Bluetooth or NFC. Moreover, the photos barely take a minute or two to print.
8. Hello Kitty Automatic Sensors: Lights for Handbags
The Hello Kitty Light Automatic Sensors for Handbags provide bright light for small spaces. Convenient to carry around, these lights fit easily inside bags and purses. When it comes to the weight, it tips the scale by only 4 ounces and is powered by replaceable CR2032 batteries.
Last but not the least, we have the Native Union Night Charging Cable. This is a 10-feet-long (lightning to USB) cable, which lets you charge your iPhone like a boss. Made using quality material, this cable can withstand twice the stress.
What's more, it's cleverly designed with a weighted knot so as to keep it anchored to a flat surface.
Needless to say, it's not the gift but the thought that matters the most. With such brilliant and clever tech products in the market, I am sure you must be having a tough time deciding which one to buy.
Gone are the days when gifts for girls only meant clothes or something silly in the shade of pink.
So, what tech gift did you get your girlfriend? Do let us know your thoughts (as well as hers) in the comments section below.