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Dyson Airwrap Styler – $699

Christmas

If your loved one has long hair, and that long hair needs shaping, then the Dyson Airwrap Styler could be just the thing they need. And, therefore, the perfect Christmas gift. Dyson has applied its unique study of hair engineering to make a device that styles hair, while avoiding any damage.

To that end, it uses a digital motor for airflow, and samples the temperature forty times per second to make sure it remains spot on.

Read all about it here.

Dyson V10 Absolute – $999

Christmas

Remember, Dyson sucks as well. The latest and best of its handheld vacuums is the Dyson V10. It’s more powerful than the V8. It has a larger capacity. And its battery lasts longer. Dyson is so pleased with it the company doesn’t plan to do any more development of corded vacuum cleaners.

The “Absolute” model comes with fittings for just about every application. And that includes a wall mount that supplies power so that it’s always ready for use, just what you need after Christmas.

Read our review here.

Laser PB-UC20K-WHT 20,000mAh power bank – $129.95

Christmas

The whole point of a power bank is to charge up devices when their batteries run down. Which means that you don’t want its battery to run down. With 20,000mAh – or about eight iPhone’s worth of energy – your loved one is always going to have plenty of power for their devices.

Almost as importantly, this unit can do the clever fast charging thing

both ways. It can be fast charged, and it can fast charge phones.

Read our review here.

VTech 17450 CareLine DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone with VSMART – $89

Christmas

You know, many of us still use landlines. Especially those of us who are a little older. With age comes challenges. For instance: can we read the numbers on the display or buttons? Can we remember which number belongs to which of our relatives? Think of us this Christmas!

This phone has all manner of assistance for us, such as power backup, 300 metre range and an extra loud ringer. Plus, it works with plenty of optional extras.

Read our review here.

BenQ WiT ScreenBar – $159

Christmas

This particular writer is a little jealous. He’d rather like a BenQ WiT ScreenBar for Christmas himself. It’s an idea that’s both intelligent and obvious. Yet it’s taken BenQ to develop it. The light sits on top of your desktop computer monitor and directs its light down on your desk.