You know that time of the year, yeah it's Valentine's Day, and it's coming really, really, soon. So if you want to get a head start on the perfect present for your partner, here are five lovely gifts you can get (for either sex). And if they are looking to adopt a healthy lifestyle, don't forget to check out these fitness gadgets for a healthier you.
The Man Bag Day Sling
The Man Bag Co Day Sling is quite an excellent crossbody bag. It features plenty of pockets, a magnetic clasp, and a waterproof material to keep your stuff dry. My only complaint is that the straps aren't easy to adjust, and they don't stay tight — they slowly comes loose. Use code CANBUY10 for a 10% discount.
Apple AirPods Pro 2
Packing better noise cancellation, transparency, battery life, and more, the Apple AirPods Pro 2 are the best wireless earbuds for Apple users. You'll get the benefit of built-in Find My, a speaker on the case for finding it, and audiogram support for clearer audio. The latter basically lets you adjust the audio output based on an audiogram test, which is great. In our opinion, the AirPods Pro 2 is probably one of the best gifts for the holiday season.
LG Tone Free T90
The LG Tone Free T90 is the first Dolby Atmos true wireless earbuds in the market. If you want to experience Dolby Atmos content on the go, these headphones are your best bet. But there are some caveats — most streaming apps don't actually support Dolby Atmos on smartphones yet.
BeBird Note 5
As a long-time user of the Xiaomi BeBird M9 Pro, I was excited — nay, ecstatic — when I got my hand on the BeBird Note 5. It pretty much upgrades all aspects of the ear pick, including a better camera, brighter light, and a mechanical tweezer. Perfect for scooping out tons of ear wax.
Kobo Clara 2E
If your partner loves reading a lot, and wants to save the planet, the Kobo Clara 2E makes lots of sense. Made from 100% recycled plastic, this ebook reader is also waterproof, making it great for reading by the pool, or in the bathtub. There's also audiobook support, too.
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