The Best Valentine’s Day Gifts for Tech Lovers

The Best Valentine’s Day Gifts for Tech Lovers

If you’re still looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift, don’t settle on a gift card just yet. We’ve done all the research to help you find the perfect Valentine’s gift for the tech lover in your life. Here are 5 of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for her, 5 of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for him, and where to you can buy them now.

Best Valentine’s Day Tech Gifts for Her

Apple Watch Series 5

Apple Watch Series 5 valentines day gifts for her
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The Apple Watch Series 5 is a smartwatch made just for her. It lets her monitor her heart rate, menstrual cycle, and fitness metrics. It also lets her access Apple’s usual services, such as Apple Pay, Apple Music, the App Store, and Siri.

Prices start at $399 for the basic GPS-only model with an aluminum case. But, if you want to splurge, you can pay $100 more to get one with a cellular plan that will let her make calls, even when her phone dies. There are many strap options available, and a 40mm case is also available for more delicate wrists.

To see more of the best smartwatches on the market, check out our blog here.

Travelcard Mini Portable Charger

Travelcard Mini Portable Charger valentines day gifts for her
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The Travelcard charger is a tiny power bank about the size of a credit card. Weighing less than two ounces, this $29 portable charge is sure to fit in any purse she owns. Despite its size, this portable charger can give her phone another 35-45% battery life.

For a personal touch, you can choose from eight colors and three output cable types: lightning, micro-USB, or USB-C, so make sure to check what kind of cable works with her phone first. This Valentine’s Day gift will come in handy all year long.

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Looking for something a little bigger? Check out our list of the best portable chargers here.

Nadi X – Mesh Smart Yoga Pants

Nadi X - Mesh Smart Yoga Pants valentines day gifts for her
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The NADI X yoga pants have embedded sensors that connect to an iPhone-exclusive app. The app receives information from the sensors in the yoga pants, and it gives you audio instructions on how to improve each yoga pose. When you pose, you will also feel vibrations at the hips, thighs, knees, legs, and ankles that let you know if you’re doing it correctly. These pants are perfect for the yoga beginner, or someone who just wants a little more guidance.

These smart yoga pants cost $249, and they come with a rechargeable Pulse module. This module clips to the back of the thigh and sends information to the app. The leggings themselves offer level-1 compression, and they are machine-washable.

$250.00
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as of July 23, 2021 7:39 pm
Amazon.com

MUJI Aroma Diffuser 11S

MUJI Aroma Diffuser 11S
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Thank Japanese retail company MUJI for this unique Valentine’s Day gift—an oil diffuser/humidifier to help her get her beauty rest. This $67.59 aroma diffuser is a sleek, minimalist column that fills the air in your bedroom with powerful, soothing scents in as little as 10 minutes. Activating one of the timer options lets you drift off without worrying that the diffuser will run dry.

The adjustable light can work as a bedside lamp or as mood lighting for any room in the house. There are very few settings to fiddle with, and it is very intuitive to use. An optional gift box is available for website orders.

$62.00
in stock
3 new from $62.00
as of July 23, 2021 7:39 pm
Amazon.com

Breville Joule Sous Vide

Breville Joule Sous Vide
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This Valentine’s Day, you can make her life a little easier with the Breville Joule Sous Vide machine. Sous vide cooking involves an immersion circulator that heats food to the perfect temperature every time. With this smart kitchen device, all you need is a Ziplock bag and a pot. The sous vide machine will then slow cook your dishes in temperature-controlled water, so they will never be under- or over-cooked again.

For just $199.95, you get a gadget that works with your existing kitchen equipment. It connects to iPhones, Android devices, and even Alexa through Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. The Joule app also features a Visual Doneness feature and recipe library.

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Best Valentine’s Day Tech Gifts for Him

Garmin Vivosport Fitness Tracker

Garmin Vivosport Fitness Tracker valentines day gifts for him
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If your guy wants to get in shape, this fitness tracker has all the tools he needs. With a built-in GPS, the Garmin Vivosport can track cycling, cardio, and strength training activities, not just how many steps he took. It also has a water-resistance rating of 5 ATM, which means he can use it while swimming, diving, and even snorkeling. The built-in heart monitor also provides info about overall cardiovascular fitness and stress levels. It will even keep track of his sleep habits.

For $169, it also connects to a wide range of smartphones with the companion app. You can use your phone to view all your daily or weekly data in graphs and charts.

Morphie 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad

Morphie 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad
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The downside to owning so many devices has to be all the cables and chargers that you need. If your guy is a neat-freak, the Morphie 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad will make him very happy this Valentine’s Day.

This wireless charger has dedicated spots for an iPhone, AirPods case, and an Apple Watch, so all of his gadgets will be fully charged every morning. For $139.95, you’ll get a nifty, functional hub on your nightstand that charges your gadgets without all those unsightly wires.

You can find more great charging stations on our list of the best wireless chargers.

Anker Nebula Capsule II Portable Cinema Projector

Anker Nebula Capsule II Portable Cinema Projector
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Now you can take date night to a new level with the Anker Nebula Capsule II Portable Cinema Projector. At the size of a soft drink can, this portable projector only weighs around 700 grams. But don’t let its size fool you. It can project an image of up to 100 inches large. It even has a built-in 360-degree internal speaker, which means you don’t need to bring any extra accessories with you.

The Nebula Capsule II is powered by Google’s Android TV platform, and it works with the Google Assistant. It has built-in controls, a remote control, a USB port, and an HDMI port. For $579.99, you can give him a projector he can take anywhere he goes.

Want to get started on a new home theater? Check out our list of the best home theater projectors here.

Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones

Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones
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These Sony headphones will set you back $298, but they are the only wireless headphones he will ever need. These stylish headphones fit comfortably, and when he’s done, they fold up small enough to fit in his bag. They are also surprisingly light, considering all the lovely tech packed inside.

These headphones have touch controls that let you change songs, adjust the volume, and switch between noise-canceling and ambient sound modes. They also work with voice assistants on both Apple and Android phones, so he can call you hands-free at any time.

The audio quality is exceptional, with warm vocals and rich, crisp musical tones. The battery lasts for 27 hours, and, if the battery dies, the detachable cable still lets him plug and play music the old-school way.

If you’re looking for something even more compact, check out our list of the best wireless earbuds.

DJI Mavic Mini

DJI Mavic Mini
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The DJI Mavic Mini is, hands down, the best entry-level drone with photo and video capabilities on the market. For $400, you get a drone that can take stunning HD-quality video and 12-megapixel photos. That’s way more than what the average home-user needs.

The controller easily pairs with Android phones and iPhones. The Fly app has an intuitive and responsive user interface. At just 249 grams, you don’t need to register the DJI Mavic Mini with the Federal Aviation Administration. However, you still need to check the flying regulations in your area, as they vary from region to region.

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