Red Envelope is one of my favorite sites for shopping for high quality unique gifts for friends and family members. I feel like I can never go wrong when I order something from them. Along with unique jewelry featuring gorgeous gems by talented artisans, gorgeous items for your home, and personalized items, they have a wide selection of items to set a techie geek’s heart go aflutter.
Here’s a look at some of my favorite items from Red Envelope for the holiday season.
Wifi Hotspot Cuff Links ($249)— Never be without wifi with these highly decorative cufflinks that provide connectivity for working on the go. They seem to be easy enough to setup and use- simply install the included software onto a laptop, connect via USB, and create a hotspot for a mobile office. The Wifi Hotspot Cuff Links also hold up to 2GB of data.
Star Wars Cuff links ($149)— Star Wars fans can show their allegiance to the Jedis or Dark Side by choosing Darth Vader or Yoda who are officially licensed 100% approved by Lucas Film.
Solar Kindle Charger ($99.95) for Kindle Touch and Kindle 4— eReader devotees will love having a way to keep their device charged at all times thanks to solar power. Connect your Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Fire, or other e-reader to charge while you read.
Gadget Charger for the Car ($39.99)— This cleverly coffee cup-like charger fits nicely into your car’s cup holder, making it essential for commutes and road trips since it can charge three devices at a time. It features 2AC outlets for laptops, DVD players, phone chargers, camera chargers, etc., and one USB power port for iPods, MP3 players and cell phones by being plugged it in to your DC car outlet.
Waterproof iPad Case ($59.95)— Protect your iPad from water with this waterproof iPad case. Place your iPad, iPad2, or new iPad in the case and snap the top closed for protection from splashes or a dunk of up to 19 feet.
I was given the chance to review a complimentary product from RedEnvelope.com to facilitate this review but all opinions are my own and based on personal opinions on past purchases paid for with personal funds. Images courtesy of Red Envelope.