1. The Kindle Voyage

The slimmest, sleekest, e-book reader on the market, this device is high resolution, and boasts a special surface that it claims resists scratches. If your sweetheart already has a Kindle, all the better – you can buy her a cool looking Kindle case, just in case it isn’t scratch proof.
Price: €149
Cheap Alternatives: Kindle Paperwhite (€88). Website Adverts do some great deals on second-hand Kindles in great condition.

2. Stellé Mini Clutch Bluetooth Speaker

This Mini Clutch-Speaker is a fun accessory for any party girl. It’s a stylish and functional clutch bag that incorporates a wireless speaker, speakerphone and room for makeup, making it the perfect gift for the busy fashionista who loves to take her music on the move. Available in purple, blue love print and diamond.
Price: From €130
Cheap Alternatives: Banned Apparel – Black Radio Speaker Handbag (€33.99). This is in a speaker design, not an actual speaker.

3. Monster Diamond Tears Edge On-Ear Headphones

Bold fashion meets unbeatable sound in a stunning diamond-inspired design. The Monster technology experts collaborated with international superstar JYP to develop a headphone that’s world-class in both sound and style. They feature on-ear design with foam ear cushions for comfort, a low-profile, right-angle connector for easy connection to audio devices, and three tangle-resistant cables.
Price: €309.99
Cheap Alternatives: Frends (€130), Yurbuds Ironman Inspire Earphones (€26.50)

4. InStyler

This Wet-to-Dry Hair Styler has a rotating hot barrel and brush combo that dries, straightens, and curls hair. So instead of bringing a hairdryer, a straightener and a curler with you everywhere, all you need is this one tool! A life-changer.
Price: €114, but discounts available.
Cheap Alternatives: Bed Head Tigi Wave Artist Deep Waver (€25)

5. Samsung GALAXY Camera

This camera is the future. It has a pop up flash, a jack for earphones, speakers, and a touch screen display on the back. This display allows you to custom everything, from picking a filter (Instagram), a choosing your lens settings. It also has 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity for uploading images to Facebook. Wow.
Price: Rumoured to be €599. Perhaps a Valentines and birthday present?
Cheap Alternatives: Canon PowerShot SX600 HS (€159.99)

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