Ten Secret Santa Gadgets That Don’t Suck

Posted on Dec 12 2011 - 11:42am by Robert

Christmas is just a couple of weeks away and it seems to be harder to think of gift ideas now than before, with all the new trends and tech. Online stores seem to have some of the best gift ideas for your family and friends. Today, we are listing ten of the quirkiest and fun items available at the website and it is up to you to choose what you like best (we bet that you’ll have a hard time choosing only one because these items are just awesome!). Now, let’s get on with the list, which is not sorted in a particular order. 1. Glow in the Dark Helicopter (£12.49) The Glow in The Dark Helicopter is a remote-controlled vehicle that features a powerful LED in front, with flashing blue and red lights on its tail. It glows in the dark, so you can do your search and destroy missions in the dark. It has an auto stability system that guarantees easy flying. 2. Remote Control Mini Cooper (£9.99) The Remote Control Mini Cooper is an officially licensed RC Mini with fully-functional controls for turning left, right, forward and reverse. It is made with injection molded body and features an independent suspension system. The RC Mini Cooper requires 3 AAA-sized batteries for the car and 2 AA-sized batteries for the remote. 3. Angry Birds iPhone Case (£15.99) Angry Birds has been one of the most successful mobile apps of all time and it’s hard to find someone who hates these cute little birds (even though they have anger management problems). Angry Birds-related items have been all the rage all year long, and this new addition will protect your iPhone from bumps and knocks, and its slim design makes it easy to slide into your pocket. 4. Desk Marble Divider (£24.99) The Desk Marble Divider gives us a new reason to play with marbles. Let’s admit it, marbles are only fun when we were kids, and if you’re all grown up, let me ask you when was the last time you played with one? This marble rollercoaster can be customized for continuous fun. It has an automatic circulation system using its motorized elevator and includes loop-the-loop. 5. Ceramic Mini Cooper Coin Bank with Sweets (£4.99) This miniature Mini Cooper initially comes with delicious candies for you to eat. After you’re done with your treat, it becomes a coin bank. This product is ideal for Mini enthusiasts out there. 6. Remote Control Helicopter – Gyro Balance (£19.99) This RC helicopter is great for beginners and advanced users. It has a mini gyroscope balance system that keeps it steady in the air and enables precise moves like rapid turns and spot landings. It has a special indoor design that makes its beginner-friendly. The Remote Control Helicopter comes with a rechargeable LI-Poly battery. 7. USB Whack It (£14.99) Remember those days when you can let out your anger hammering those pesky moles? Now, you won’t have to go to the arcade with the USB Whack It. The device can be powered via USB or batteries and one game can be played in 30 seconds or a minute. It sports an LCD score counter and a speaker for a more immersive gaming experience. 8. Angry Birds Speakers – Helmet Pig (£51.54) The evil Helmet Pig speaker is a speaker/dock that is compatible with all generations of iPhone and iPod Touch. This officially licensed accessory is part of the quirky Angry Birds line of products. It has Volume and Bass controls and it comes with a remote control. 9. Angry Birds Speakers – Red Bird (£51.54) The Red Bird speaker is an officially licensed Angry Birds speaker for media players. It features a phone/music player/tablet stand and a 3.5 mm jack for use with compatible music players. 10. Philips Fidelio DS3020/05 Docking Speaker (£64.99) This docking speaker by Philips for the iPhone and iPod delivers clear audio while being mobile. It has a compact design and can be placed on your office desk or anywhere you prefer. You can also synchronize your iOS device with your PC using the dock, and you can choose to power it via battery or AC. One should not be limited to these 10 items as there are more items listed on the Viking website. For information on how to order the items listed above, you can go to the Viking Direct website.

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