The old saying goes, “it takes one to know one.”
Well, we know exactly what the gadget guy in your life is hoping for this year. From video games to workout equipment, this list has some of the best deals and the coolest new products he can’t wait to get his hands on.
You know what sounds nice? Stepping into an alternate reality—at least for a little while. Whether you want to go full VR or just dip your toes into an immersive game, here are some of the best game gadgets.
Based on a true story. This 2-4 player game is a great way to wrap up 2020. While it's not technically a gadget, it's a super fun game and seems relevant, no?
Gadgets aren’t just for having fun. Harness the power of tech to smash those abs.
The all-in-one home gym, complete with AI-tracking to help keep your form perfect through your working sets. The Studio comes with two dumbbells, a barbell, and 75lbs of free weights so you can harness the fat-burning, muscle-building power of lifting in the comfort of your home.
The MVP Massager is a worthy alternative to the Theragun Prime. With more percussions per minute and a longer battery life, the MVP is an excellent choice for athletes looking to gain an edge.
With the Horizon 7.8 AT, you get the comfort and power of a high-end treadmill without the risk of entering into some long-term subscription program you may not even enjoy.
Wondering if you got 7:32 hours of sleep last night? The new Fitbit Versa 2 is an upgraded and sleek health monitor that acts as a workout partner and watches you in your sleep. We mean that in a good way.
Now’s the time to learn how to cook. Pick up one of these gadgets to help him take his chef-skills to the next level.
For the outdoor kitchen: Ooni pizza ovens are a low-cost way to get that true Neopolitan style pizza---these puppies can roar up to the 800-900 degree range. Just be careful---once they have this, they won't stop talking about "dough hydration."
You know that feeling after a long, hard day of work when you want a glass of wine but you want it to be a massive challenge? Well, someone finally figured out a solution...
Pick this up hand-in-hand with the Sous Vide, or get it standalone to seal in marinades and preserve food like a boss. A solid choice for the prepper/wannabe chef in your life.
Getting gifts to help with self-improvement is a tricky game. Take it from someone who’s picked up a few too many self-help books for his friends and family.
But here are some excellent options that strike the balance.
Remember that time you went WFH and your 2nd room looked like a disaster? Yeah, well a little organizing goes a long way. This accessory grid is a good place to start.
The HidrateSpark tracks your water intake and glows when it's time to take a sip. It's a solid pickup for the person who needs to be reminded to cover the basics of survival.
Remote Control Fun
Man, I don’t care how old a guy gets—remote control vehicles are fun no matter what. Whether he’s a budding photography enthusiast or just looking to shred near shrubs, these three RC-gadgets are a total delight.
The DJI Mavic Mini 2 is perfect for the budding photographer. This drone comes in under the UAV weight-limit, which means you don't need a license to fly it. Complete with 4K video capabilities and an insane 10km range, this new drone is cutting edge.
Wheeeeeeeee. If you can't be trusted with a drone, then this easy-to-fly R/C Helicopter is the ticket. The dual blades create added stability, so this a great choice for first-time pilots.
This bad-boy cranks up to 30mph. It's basically streetlegal. With 40 minutes of charge, you'll have enough time to do sick jumps off of mounds and scare the dog.