Best Gadget Gifts to Give this Christmas

The Christmas tree is well and truly up and the jolly, fat man we’ve all come to love is ready to dive into our chimneys once more. But with the excitement of the holiday season comes the stress of knowing what to buy friends and family for the big day. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of a few of our tech favourites to give you some inspiration.

Fitness bands

Still an iconic product across the tech industry, wearable devices like fitness bands are still a perfect fit for anyone that’s constantly on the move. Even if you’re not solely an athlete, these gadgets are great for better understanding how you’re tracking with your daily activity. The Xiaomi MiBand2 is a great example, allowing you to track heart rate, vital stats and other sports-related numbers.

Bluetooth headsets

Not everyone is so good at multi-tasking. For those that are constantly on-the-go and lead a hectic social or professional life, Bluetooth headsets cut out the hassle of having to talk as well as be on the move. Spanning from smaller budgets through to more expensive options, there’s a number of options to choose from, including the Plantronics range from Red White Mobile.

Used phones

If you’re on a tight budget but have someone in mind who desperately needs a smartphone upgrade, Red White still stocks a number of a used phones in excellent condition. Ranging from the ever-popular Apple, through to Samsung and other renowned brands, there’s a variety of models, makes and sizes to choose from. Prices start from just $200, so it’s hip-pocket friendly.

Phone cases

If you’re after a stocking stuffer or something to give for Kris Kringle, phone cases are always ideal. With a number of items to choose from in this field—including Urban Armor and Ringke—there’s a number of styles and designs to take your pick from.

Not sure where to get started?

If you’re still stuck and can’t make a decision, we encourage you to browse our website for more ideas. Alternatively, get in touch with our friendly team if you require further assistance.

by Simon Lee