- 1 For fitness and exercise geeks: Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband
- 2 For space geeks: Air Hogs Star Wars Remote Control Ultimate Millennium Falcon Quad
- 3 For hacker geeks: Corkcicle Vinnebago Insulated Stainless Steel Thermos
- 4 Also for photography geeks: Matador Lens Base Layer
- 5 For gadget fans and distracted geeks: Trackr Bravo
- 6 For fun-loving and inventor geeks: High Quality Adjustable Hoverkart Equipment by CellElection
- 7 For sporty geeks: Slapsee Folding Stay On Sunglasses
- 8 For fitness geeks: Vibram Furoshiki Walking-Yoga-Fitness Shoe
- 9 For geeks who like to look good: Threadsmiths Men’s Cavalier Hydrophobic T-Shirt
- 10 For music geeks and party geeks: TUNES2GO KoolMAX Bluetooth Speaker
- 11 For outdoors geeks: BioLite Wood Burning Campstove
- 12 For geek fathers and geek mothers: The Breeze Play Yard from 4Moms
- 13 For daddy geeks: SaddleBaby Shoulder Carrier
- 14 For exercise geeks who are geek parents: Bike and Baby Stroller
For animal lover geeks: Hands On Gloves
These little wonders work wet or dry. They have scrubbing nodules on the palm and fingers to help the wearer give a gentle massage to their pet while removing extra hair and fuzz. The gloves are easy to clean afterward—the fur comes right off the surface.
For interior design geeks and engineer geeks: The brilliantly simple POP-OUT outlet
With a little work, your geek can install these Pop Out Outlets all over the house, study, or lab. One push and the power outlet is revealed. Another push and the outlet disappears. These are also an interesting solution for parents that want to disguise outlets for safety reasons.
For spy geeks: Quick Vent Safe with RFID
The 14 x 3 x 6.25-inch opening is large enough to store a stash of cash, backup hard drives, and more. It comes with 4 RFID cards as well as an internal and external backup battery. Give your geek the gift of security and peace of mind this Christmas.
For builder geeks and carpentry geeks: PENCILMAN Marking Tape Measure
This 25-foot-long retractable measuring tape will make your builder geek happy. Built into the case of the tape is a quick-release clamp that holds pencils, pens, Sharpies, chalk, or crayons. It’s even reversible for left-handed geeks. They can make the mark they need right where they need it, and even draw perfect arcs and circles with it.
For painter geeks and artist geeks: Paint2It Pro – Anti Gravity Paint Tray Palette
The round tray holds 12 ounces of paint at a time but won’t spill it or drip it even if the tray is held upside down. Your painter geek can press their brush or roller onto the palette to load up without needing to dip into the can or use a conventional tray.
Even better for artist geeks, they can load up to six colors into the palette and the colors won’t bleed into each other. Since the palette is reusable, they can enjoy it over and over again.
For gadget geeks: Collar Perfect – Compact Multipurpose Touch-Up and Travel Iron
They designed this foldable iron to handle five kinds of fabric: polyester, silk, cotton, denim, and linen. That’s probably more variety than your geek has in the closet.
When folded, the Collar Perfect clamps on to smooth ruffled collars and wrinkled hems. Open the wings to handle a wider area, like the front of a t-shirt. The power cord has two neat feature—it’s made to rotate out of the way and it takes both 110 and 220 volts. Gadget geeks won’t be able to resist this one.
For photography geeks:Metal Series Camera Kit For 6 Plus/ 6S Plus
The Ztylus is made of rugged polycarbonate with metal accents and it comes with features like you’ve never seen before.First off, there is a removable kickstand that props up a phone for hands-free viewing. Second, there is a disc that unscrews so something even cooler can take its place–a unique lens attachment. The attachment rotates so that each one of the four lenses can pop into place over the phone’s rear camera lens.With just one phone case, your photography geek can greatly expand the capability of their iPhone. The machined aluminum alloy attachment wheel hides away wide-angle, macro, fisheye, and circular polarization lenses. Then after the photography session is done, the attachment can be replaced by the disc, restoring the
With just one phone case, your photography geek can greatly expand the capability of their iPhone. The machined aluminum alloy attachment wheel hides away wide-angle, macro, fisheye, and circular polarization lenses. Then after the photography session is done, the attachment can be replaced by the disc, restoring the the phone to its slender profile.
For tech and video geeks: Mevo – Live Event Camera for iOS devices with iOS 9 or higher
The iPhone comes with a camera, so why would this one be a great gift for your geek? Because the Mevo is a portable television studio! This camera will make it so you never have to watch a shaky, blurry Facebook Live video ever again.
The Mevo comes with stereo microphones with DSP to pick up small nuances of sound, plus a f2.8 aperture, 150-degree lens that gives a good depth of field. The Sony 4K sensor and built-in wi-fi take care of streaming 720p HD video. The magnetized bottom secures it to surfaces in a split second so it’s ready to use anywhere.
What makes the Mevo special beyond its hardware is the iOS app that is a video editing software suite all by itself. A video geek can pan, zoom, and cut to another scene using just their phone while they watch all the action live on the screen.
What do all those specs mean? If your tech geek has Hollywood director aspirations, this is the perfect gift for them.
For bike geeks and car geeks: Brush Hero Wheel Brush, Premium Water-Powered Turbine for Rims, Engines, Bikes, Equipment, Furniture and More
Here’s a handy house gift for your bike geek. They can clean their bike or car to a brilliant shine with the Brush Hero. It will save them time and effort that they can then use for other things, like a marathon gaming session.
The Hero Brush was created to make top-notch auto detailing someone everyone can do at home. Screw it onto a standard garden hose and let it spin and scrub clean all the grime. It comes with two heads—the white one for tough jobs and the soft black brush for chrome and paint.
Two of the best features of the Brush Hero are that it doesn’t need soap to work and it cleans itself as it works. You’d think that the brush would stop spinning when it comes in contact with a surface, but the interior workings keep it moving smoothly until the job is done.
For environmentally-aware geeks: HYDAWAY 21-ounce Collapsible Pocket-sized Travel Water Bottle
What isn’t there to love about the Hydaway Collapsible Bottle? Geeks who fly, travel, or camp will appreciate the compact design that fits in a pocket when it’s empty. But when it’s full, it can carry up to 21 ounces of liquid.
Environmentally-conscious geeks will rejoice that it’s made from BPA-free food grade silicone. It’s easy to clean in the dishwasher or by hand. Plus, it’s free of odors or weird flavors that sometimes accompany plastic bottles.
Of course, it’s waterproof and watertight, with its own built-in sippy-cup straw top to stop spills before they ever happen. That’s important because electronics and water don’t mix.
Awesome expensive gift for geeks: Parrot Disco
Send your geek soaring with this innovative drone plane and immersive first-person-view goggles. They can literally see what the plane sees as it flies. This is one of our most expensive gifts for geeks in our list, but it’s amazing.
The Parrot Disco has a built-in 1080p camera in its nose so it can stream and also record video of where it goes. And it goes fast, up to 50mph and out to 1.2 miles away. It can operate for up to 45 minutes of flight time. Your geek can scope out the whole neighborhood from the air and watch it all live with the goggles or on a smartphone. Plus, they can share their videos with ease online.
This fixed-wing drone comes with the goggles and the Skycontroller 2 remote. But don’t worry about take-off and landing. The Parrot company knows those are hard for new pilots so it includes features to help. This plane can lift-off and land by itself as well as avoid stalls and return home all autonomously.
Stocking stuffer for geeks: Reusable Furniture Movers for Heavy Furniture for Carpeted Surfaces (4 Pack)
Geeks are not known for their athletic prowess. But these furniture sliders are a sweet stocking stuffer great for proving that brains beat brawn any day.
If your geek likes rearranging the furniture, these handy little devils make light work of it all. Simply place them under the legs or corners of a heavy dresser or desk to make it easy to slide across carpets and hard surfaces alike.
The SuperSliders are almost as good as levitating. They come in a pack of four, perfect for just about any rectangular object in the home or office.
For male or female geeks who love gadgets: HomeRight Paint Stick EZ-Twist Paint Roller Applicator
Geeks and cool gadgets go together like peanut butter and jelly. That’s why your male or female geek will love this EZ-Twist Paint Roller Applicator.
While geeks do amazing things that boggle our minds, they have ordinary jobs to complete, too. Anything that makes for a sweet shortcut in a task is admirable. This paint roller does exactly that.
Draw the paint straight from the bucket with the roller, then control the flow as it smoothly coats the ceiling or walls. The roller holds up to 18 ounces and its flow is adjustable with a simple twist of the handle. No tray needed, no messy drips created. This is the geek painter’s dream tool.
For techno geeks and spies:Dacuda PocketScan
Remember seeing those micro cameras in spy movies? Now everyone has a camera on their phone. While the phone camera can capture text and images from books, it’s not a very efficient scanner. And in today’s digital world a scanner is oh so useful.
Into this gaping need comes the brainchild of a Swiss engineering school. The Dacuda PocketScan is the world’s smallest wireless scanner with amazing features. It doesn’t care if you scan in sunlight or under dim fluorescent bulbs, it produces a clear image. That image is instantly available in formats like Evernote or Office. Plus, you can scan text from 60 languages and translate it immediately.
We like this little product so much we say get two of them—one for your techno geek and one for you!
For fitness and exercise geeks: Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband
It’s true that many geeks don’t get all the exercise they need. Exercise is boring. Fitbit has the solution to liven it up. This adjustable soft rubber band looks deceptively simple, and it hides a James Bond-like array of electronics inside.
The Flex wristband is the perfect workout companion for a fitness geek. It keeps track of steps, distance covered, calories burned, and how many minutes your geek was active during the day. While it can’t be worn swimming, it’s rain and sweat-proof.
When it syncs through Bluetooth with a smartphone, tablet, or plugs into a computer, there is a display of data in charts and graphs enough to delight a scientist. Besides tracking exercise, it has a sleep monitor that knows how long and how restful sleep was the night before. It also has a silent vibrating alarm in case your geek wants to get up to watch a meteor shower at 3am.
For space geeks: Air Hogs Star Wars Remote Control Ultimate Millennium Falcon Quad
This is the drone your space geek wants for Christmas. It’s an officially-licensed replica of the Millennium Falcon. Han Solo himself would approve.
Air Hogs have gone the extra parsec in making this quadcopter look and sound authentic. Plus, it’s made from rugged high-density foam in case the Empire attacks. Besides just flying, the drone can do stunt moves. With the remote control in hand, your favorite geek can maneuver the Falcon from up to 200 feet away.
Be sure to give the gift of batteries, too. The drone needs just 6 AAs to operate, a great choice to keep her refueled and in space as long as possible.
For hacker geeks: Corkcicle Vinnebago Insulated Stainless Steel Thermos
All-night coding sessions require fuel. Help your geek enjoy their favorite beverage just how they like it. This 25-ounce stainless steel wonder keeps coffee piping hot for 12 hours and cold Red Bull chilled out for an entire day. The wide-mouth design makes the Vinnebago easy to fill with any fluid your geek wants to carry.
This isn’t an ordinary thermos. The chic exterior hides its super-insulated triple-wall construction. It’s a bottle that won’t break like glass, won’t sweat on a humid day, and won’t burn skin that it touches. It’s a modern canteen and a miniature cooler, all in one.
Since it doesn’t sweat, it doesn’t collect any condensed water on the outside. Your geek can enjoy the Corkcicle without fear of damaging any circuits or hardware.
For photography and gadget geeks: The Prynt Case for Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s
How many times did your photography geek mention wanting to print out a hard copy of a photo right at the moment? The Prynt case for iPhone can do exactly that. Think about that—instant souvenirs from special occasions. Pictures to hand out to anyone, anytime, like holiday memories for non-tech savvy relatives.
Take the perfect shot with an iPhone and the Prynt app saves a short video of the moment, too. Then the Prynt case prints the photo (that’s also a sticker). That’s it, no waiting. But that’s not all it can do.
If the person who receives the photo views it with their smartphone, suddenly the image comes alive with the video taken earlier. So there’s not just a hard copy, there’s a vibrant moving picture too!
Also for photography geeks: Matador Lens Base Layer
If your geek loves photography, they’ve probably got a lot of equipment to baby. Why not give them something that shows you care about this important hobby?
Here is what the pros use to protect their $1000+ camera lenses. The Base Layer from Matador is ultralight and water-resistant, with plenty of padding. It clips to a bag or belt, cradling the lens and keeping it close at hand, ready to capture the moment.
For gadget fans and distracted geeks: Trackr Bravo
If someone attaches this little disk to their keys, they’ll never lose them again. The Trackr Bravo uses Bluetooth to keep in contact with a smartphone or tablet. He or she can literally ask their phone where the keys are.
Or if the phone is misplaced but your geek has the keys, pressing the button on the Trackr makes the phone ring—even if it’s on silent. If they leave the house without either the phone or the keys, one object will alert them to go back for the other item.
If your geek leaves a tagged item somewhere like the store, he or she can find it even if they’re not near it. Trackr can broadcast using other Trackr users near it and reveal the tagged item’s location on a map. And we love that the battery is easy to replace so no one will have to buy a new Trackr after only a year or two. (Unless they get you one, too!)
For fun-loving and inventor geeks: High Quality Adjustable Hoverkart Equipment by CellElection
Does your geek love putting things together to make new inventions? Why not help him turn that old scooter or hoverboard into something he’ll actually use? Once he’s converted his old toy into a new one, he’ll have fun riding all over again.
This innovative equipment from CellElection will turn a self-balancing scooter into a go-kart! If he doesn’t have a scooter yet, you may have to get him one so he can build this hoverkart for himself!
For sporty geeks: Slapsee Folding Stay On Sunglasses
Put a stop to scratched, broken, and lost sunglasses. This hot item from Slapsee solves all those problems in an instant. These folding sunglasses don’t fall off during the match and they don’t get lost on the hike. The soft silicone arms grip and don’t slip.
When your geek takes them off, the glasses bend at the hinges to slip in a pocket. Even better, he can slap the frame to wrap around his wrist or handlebars. They’ll be right at hand when he or she need them.
For fitness geeks: Vibram Furoshiki Walking-Yoga-Fitness Shoe
Barely-there fitness shoes are super popular. If your geek likes to walk around in maximum comfort but minimal footwear, they will love Furoshiki Fitness Shoes.
Their comfortable design features a wrap-around flexible sole made from durable, long-lasting Vibram. They’re made to cradle a foot to allow for total flexibility. There are no laces, only a simple Velcro closure, speedy to slip on and off. They also dry very quickly and resist odors, perfect for the active mad scientist.
For geeks who like to look good: Threadsmiths Men’s Cavalier Hydrophobic T-Shirt
The all-purpose white t-shirt always attracts dirt and stains. But this is no ordinary article of clothing. The Threadsmiths Cavalier t-shirt resists dirt and spills with the power of nanotechnology. Your geek can look clean and ready for action all the time.
He can sweat in it, spill on it, and go out in the rain in it, and it will still look good. Liquids like coffee, wine, beer, and water just bead up and roll off. In fact, it may be hard to know when it’s time to finally wash it! (Better get him three or four, just in case.)
For music geeks and party geeks: TUNES2GO KoolMAX Bluetooth Speaker
Help them gear up for the next camping trip or a tailgate party. This Tunes2Go cooler is awesome! It keeps up to 48 cans or 28 beer bottles frosty for hours. But that’s not all it can do.
The 350-watt speakers let him play FM radio to hear the game, or enjoy music from his phone over Bluetooth. Third, it has an XLR microphone jack ready for karaoke night.
Beside those fun features, a geek can charge his or her phone from the USB port or pop in an SD card to hear more tunes or an audiobook. The rechargeable battery keeps going for up to 16 hours of play time. Plus, it includes a detachable flashlight, bottle openers on either side, and two wheels and a telescoping handle for easy transport.
For outdoors geeks: BioLite Wood Burning Campstove
This little campstove is the wilderness hiker’s solution to the dilemma of how to charge a phone in the great outdoors. The Biolite Campstove burns simple biomass like twigs and leaves to cook his dinner and charge his phone.
The Biolite needs about 4-1/2 minutes to boil a quart of water, and about 20 minutes to add an hour of talk time to a smartphone. It’s about the size of a water bottle and weighs just 2 pounds. Now your geek can live blog the next Boy Scout trek!
For geek fathers and geek mothers: The Breeze Play Yard from 4Moms
This makes watching the baby so much easier for distracted geek parents! The Breeze portable Play Yard is very simple to set up and take down. It opens with one push and closes with one pull.
The inside area measures 45.5 by 32 inches with walls that are 29 inches tall. A baby will have plenty of space to play safely inside. It comes with a carrying bag so they can take it with them to the park or to a friend’s house for gaming.
For daddy geeks: SaddleBaby Shoulder Carrier
Daddies love to put their kids on their shoulders, and the kids love it too. This smart shoulder carrier from SaddleBaby secures a little tyke with Velcro straps to his dad’s shoulders for a safer ride.
Fathers like it because it makes trips to amusement parks more comfortable for everyone. The raised seat lets air circulate on hot days. Since he won’t have to hold on to the child, your lovable geek has his hands free to help carry things, or simply enjoy holding someone’s hand.
For exercise geeks who are geek parents: Bike and Baby Stroller
You’ve seen children riding behind their dads in a child carrier on a bike. But this is much more convenient and versatile, plus it’s safer for the baby.
This foldable baby carrier converts from a conventional stroller to a bike-powered carriage. While someone is pedaling, he or she will find it a lot easier to keep an eye on the child in front of the bike instead of in back.
Whether it’s in stroller or carrier mode, they can pull up the sunshade to protect the little one from heat and rain. There is also has a place underneath to carry a diaper bag or purchases from the store.