As you know, I have an obsession with getting all my presents in November, for lower stress.
So to help you do the same, here are some ideas. Also, check out last year’s list and the year before. you can just search for Christmas on this website and find all may previous lists, many of the items on which will still be available to buy.
And if you don’t like amazon a quick google will find the things on other sites.
Christmas present ideas for 2021
Bone-conduction open-ear Headphones – great for running or walking when you still want to hear your environment. Also your ears don’t get tired since they sit on the side of your head not in your ears.
Talking button clock – I have mine by the bed so if I want to know the time in the night I just press it and it tells me. I don’t even have to open my eyes, or wake up really….
For the golfer in your life, especially if they keep going into the rough:
Airtag – if you leave your bag behind it’ll tell you, if it gets stolen you can track it, if you can’t find your keys it’ll beep and your phone will point an arrow to them, if your luggage gets lost, or your motorbike stolen….
Intriguing Sunset Lamp £65
Ultimate pepper grinder – adjust the grain size, guaranteed for life, feels so nice to use….
Security camera – view on your phone, records rolling 24 hours, movement sensor, great quality picture. Indoor only but I have mine on my window sill watching my front garden and drive.
Your wedding song, framed – £30
Favourite song as a waveform
Ultra strong magnet, £13
Find lost metal items, fishing, supporting anything, and just fun.
Car tyre electric pump – more useful than I expected – plug into cigarette lighter, set the pressure and it switches off when it gets there
Max/Min outdoor or indoor thermometer – big enough to see from indoors, very easy to use
How cold did it get in the night? Was there a frost? How hot was it this week?
£100 is a lot, and I don’t even have a record player now, but still, this is amazing, something I thought I’d never see….
Your own LP of whatever tracks you want….
Looks like a fun family game, and only £10
Ultimate garden lights
Quite expensive but they’ll do your whole garden and mine have lasted a year so far – on a timer, every evening. Cheap ones aren’t worth it, they just don’t last.
Photoframe – upload to it over the cloud so they get new photos all the time
£150, I know, but my mum’s favourite thing in the world ever
Sorry but it still makes me laugh every time I see it
Cordless battery-powered chainsaw
Not very big, and not very long run time, but: portable and quiet. Use with a LOT of care!!
Who wouldn’t want a remote controlled illuminated moon?
Shoot flies with salt!
I don’t have one but everyone says they’re brilliant.
or here: https://www.thebugasalt.co.uk
£39 – £70
Powerbank you can top up with solar power – folds out for maximum rays
Print of your favourite football stadium
Seems good value for £10, and rather artistic, for that footy fan in your life
Night projector – Teach your young child to love the stars
Though you might want to get two! These are always expensive but so is a set of various sizes of ordinary dumbbell, and these take up much less space. This one seems to be the cheapest, and looks good.
customised ones here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/749245715/stainless-steel-morse-code-bracelet?ref=related-2