Here’s the third and final of our gadget gift ideas compendium. Be sure to catch up with parts one and two for more ideas!

ZBoard Classic: Back to the Future Hoverboard Edition & Marty McFly Hi-Tops

We don’t really have to explain why this is the greatest gift for anyone ever, do we? No? Good. Carry on.


Extreme Micro Drone 2.0


These things have kind of snuck up on everybody to become one of the most sought after gifts of the year. They even got their own episode of South Park dedicated to their awesomeness, which officially means they’re the thing to own this year. Plus, this particular version of the drone isn’t as terribly expensive as some of the others out there.



What is Sugru? We’ll let this guy explain it, and then you’ll understand immediately why you and everyone you know will want it.




Every year this happens. Every. Year. You buy something technical for someone, and you can’t wait to show them how great it’s going to be, when you realise you’ve forgotten one vital component: the thing that makes them go! Don’t forget your batteries this year!

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