Christmas traditions to start with the family this year

Whether your family gathers from near or far every Christmas, there’s nothing like traditions to get everyone in the festive spirit. Here are some of our favourites to get you holiday-ready.

Your family might already have some traditions that are standard every Christmas, like digging into the famous roast or pavlova, but why not make this year one to start something new? Here are some Christmas traditions that the little ones and the older folks will enjoy too.

Decorate cupcakes or cookies

A hands-on, impromptu gift is always fun. Give everyone a plain cookie or cupcake and get them to decorate it personally for one other family member. Make a decorating station out of the dining table or kitchen bench with frosting, food colouring, marshmallows, chocolate chips and sprinkles.

You can even pick names out of a hat for a fun version of Secret Santa – cookie style! It’ll get messy, but it’s worth it 😉

Donate gifts

Take the chance these holidays to give back to the wider community or support a charity. The gift of giving is more rewarding than anything else! Get your little ones involved and see what ideas they can come up with.

It could be wrapping and donating toys, shoes or clothes. Or it could be a nursing home or hospital visit. The sky’s the limit!

Bing Lee proudly supports the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, and you can donate to their great cause here.

Spend the day in pyjamas

This one requires very little effort – and that’s the whole point! If you spend Christmas Day indoors with the family, gift each other some pjs and enjoy the day in comfort. Not to mention, personalised pjs are always a much-loved present!

Think matching sets with character prints, movie themes or classic Christmas patterns. Or why not a onsie?

Watch a Christmas movie

Photo credit: cassiefairy.com

After the big feast and playing with all the presents, what better way to unwind than on the couch with a holiday-themed film? Vote on a family favourite like Home Alone, The Nightmare Before Christmas or The Grinch.

You can keep the theme up with special Christmas popcorn and mini gingerbread men to snack on!

Play a classic board game

Many families might already do this, but having a rival game of Charades or hours-long rounds of Monopoly is a great way for true (and competitive) colours to come out.

Give the games a Christmas twist by changing the tokens, or even have a gift from Santa under the tree that the winner of the game can claim!

Read a Christmas story

This might sound a little cliché, but having a heartfelt Christmas story read to the youngest ones by their grandparents is a special way to celebrate the season. It’s a wonderful memory for children to cherish.

Pick a classic book and have the older family members write down a Christmas message inside. The book can then be passed down through each generation!

Take a family photo

Create a family Christmas album and add a new photo to it every year. Take it in front of the Christmas tree, on a staircase or in front of the house.

Be as creative as you like in the photo! Make it goofy, sweet, messy or neat. You can even allocate someone different to dress up as Santa each year. Open up the album every Christmas and see how much everyone’s grown!

Last minute gifts that’ll make anyone happy this Christmas

Ran out of time this Christmas and need a quick, successful shop for presents to please the whole crowd? No matter what their hobbies are, these last-minute gifts are sure to be a hit.

Christmas can be a crazy time of year. There’s a lot to do and not much time to do it in. If you’re finding yourself stuck on what to buy someone who is particularly picky or perhaps is the person who already has everything, we’re here to help.

These picks are practical and range from low price points to high end – so there’s something for everyone!

Headphones/Earphones

Headphones and earphones are a great present pick because everyone uses them, and pretty much everyone could use a spare pair! They range from basic functionality to noise-cancelling and premium-sounding.

Convenience is key with wireless headphones being obviously tangle-free but also catering for newer models of smartphones that go without the earphone jack. Apple AirPods are a good choice for iPhone users!

Bluetooth models are a great option for travellers too, as well as foldable headphones and earphones small enough to fit in pockets for the gym junkies.

There are plenty of varieties to pick from for the business-busy, the DJ and the kids.

Powerbank

Something everyone can appreciate is a powerbank – because sooner or later comes the regret of not having one on hand! They’re small enough to slip into a briefcase or handbag and can be a lifesaver in a (tech) crisis.

Opt for a colourful one if you want to make the gift more personal!

If your gift recipient is a driver, a car charger is just as handy. Don’t forget to double check their phone charger port to find the appropriate wire!

Portable speaker

Downunder, Christmas is simultaneous with summer. So what better way to enjoy the sunshine than with some good tunes at the BBQ, beach and… anywhere! A portable speaker can prove to be handy and a whole lot of fun (with minimal effort).

They’re be pumping their favourite tunes in great quality with a Bluetooth speaker. A waterproof or splashproof speaker is a big plus if you’re gifting to a beach-lover!

If they’re a real adventurer and love the outdoors, gift them a portable speaker with a clip so that they can attach it to their bike or backpack when they’re on-the-go – like these ones from JBL.

Coffee machine

If you’re gifting a coffee-lover, this one’s a no-brainer! There’s no need to go down to the café to get a good cuppa joe when you can make one in the comfort of your home – they’ll thank you for that 😉

There’s a great selection of coffee machines from many world-renowned brands in a variety of sizes so you can pick one that won’t leave them strapped for counter space. If they already have a machine, opt for grinders, coffee beans/pods or coffee accessories.

Do they prefer tea over coffee? A KitchenAid Cold Brew Coffee Maker is the perfect gift. They’ll be able to brew tea leaves for flavoured iced tea all summer long!

Fitbit

A Fitbit is so much more than just a wristband. It’s an all-day tracking device that’s innovative and suitable for anyone of any age.

Its features will inspire a healthier lifestyle with heart rate, activity, and sleep tracking, and so much more. It can connect to a smartphone, deliver notifications, and has an incredible battery life.

It’s just as stylish, too, with interchangeable bands and a wide range of colours to choose from. It might be just what they need to pull through with those New Years resolutions!

Small kitchen appliance

They don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy a small blender. These small appliances are super easy to use and will transform the way they have breakfast and enjoy summer drinks. ‘On-the-go’ types of blenders (with a bottle to detach and drink immediately from) will be their diet game-changer.

Gift them some smoothie recipes with the blender if you know they’ll need a head start!

Are they more of an entertainer? Opt for a food processor or mixer – they’re so versatile in the kitchen that they’ll be able to make dips, soups, pastes and more. Just check out these 3 impressive dips that they’ll be able to whip up!

A juicer is another great idea and will encourage more nutritious drinks if they’re trying to cut out the fizzy sodas – perfect for a family with little ones!

An honest review of the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer

My hair and I have had many style adventures together. From short, black, sleek-cut bobs to waist-long locks highlighted blonde, I’ve tried everything under the rainbow – including rainbow-coloured hair (not kidding).

As someone who has chopped off bleached hair many times, I (like many people) didn’t realise that my hair dryer was badly hindering my determination to grow a healthy head of hair.

No matter the hundreds of dollars spent on products, shampoos and treatments, I feel silly for not realising that all my good intentions were being reversed by the damaging heat I put my hair through almost every single day.

I know daily drying sounds excessive and will not be the case for every person, but unfortunately, I’ve been cursed with quite fine hair that gets oily very, very quickly.

As a result, I am obliged to wash my hair too often – not leaving it for more than a maximum of three days going unwashed and even then it is “perked” heavily with dry shampoo! Told you, cursed.

My hair dryer plays a regular part of my daily/beauty regime and, in all honesty, I don’t know why I never thought of replacing it. I was so used to it that I hadn’t realised that it could and should be better.

When I found out that Dyson was putting a hair dryer on the market, I knew it was something I had to try. I own two Dyson vacuums and thought that if the hair dryer were anything like their other home appliances, I’d be in for a real treat.

What I was immediately impressed by – without even seeing the product firsthand yet – was Dyson’s research on hair. The company acknowledged that creating a product for hair, that helps hair, requires understanding hair first and foremost.

The research and development behind the Supersonic was the real deal. Dyson built a state-of-the-art hair laboratory and recruited some of the world’s best engineers (103 of them!) and award-winning hair stylists.

Countless factors played a part in each aspect of the design. From heat and sound to balance and weight, Dyson considered everything for hair health and usability for all hair types.

If you can’t tell already, I’m excited to try the Supersonic for myself. I have quite high expectations after reading about all of its high-tech features, and I don’t want to be let down!

I should also point out that the first use of the Supersonic isn’t the only time I want to be blown away (not sorry for the pun). Like applying cream to skin, I’m looking for a long-term solution and progression in my hair’s health over time.

First impressions say a lot, and my first impression of the Supersonic’s box is that it’s modern and luxe. You can immediately tell that it’s holding an upmarket product within it.

I open up the box to find the Supersonic laid out beautifully with its three attachments around it – the styling concentrator, the diffuser and the smoothing nozzle. It also comes with a non-slip mat and a storage hanger which I think is super handy considering how guilty I am of dropping my hair dryer on the bathroom floor!

Picking it up, all I can say is WOW! It’s so much lighter than my hair dryer. I had read about the Supersonic’s motor being much smaller than a typical hair dryer motor, but I didn’t expect it to be this lightweight overall.

I’m finding it so effortless and comfortable to hold, and I would say that’s thanks to the motor being in the handle of the Supersonic rather than the head.

 

The attachments are as easy to put on as souvenir magnets on a fridge. They just pop into place and twist to the desired direction without much force at all, but still have a good enough hold not to prop off if you accidentally knock it.

I also have to mention how pretty it is. I love the pop of purple on mine and the seamless buttons. The fact that the head resembles a doughnut reassures me that there’s no chance my hair will get stuck in a grill!

There are three precise speed settings (fast drying, regular drying and styling) and four precise heat settings (100˚C, 80˚C, 60˚C and a constant cold at 28˚C).

For my first use, I just want to dry my hair for an everyday look. Nothing special, but smooth enough to go to work with.

I’m going to use the regular drying speed at 80˚C. I’m also going to use the smoothing nozzle to start because I like to dry the top of my head and the crown thoroughly – it keeps my hair looking fresher for longer.

The small light indicators are so chic and stylish! I’m able to control the settings exactly as I want and the Supersonic responds instantaneously.

I slide the button to turn it on and, to my surprise, the Supersonic is much quieter than my regular hair dryer which resembles the sound of a blower vac.

It’s really quite pleasant to use. The air blown out isn’t uncomfortably hot, so I don’t need to move it as rapidly for fear of burning my scalp. The air is also smooth and constant.

Within a few short minutes, the roots of my hair are dry, and I decide to switch to the styling concentrator. Switching between them is a cinch. Off pops the smoothing nozzle.

At this stage of the drying process, I have to admit that I am not very good at coordinating my brush and my hair dryer to style it properly. So I usually opt for switching between brushing and drying. Considering how much more relaxed the Supersonic is to hold, I’ve decided to attempt to do it the proper way.

And it’s a success! The styling concentrator aims air exactly where I need it and the sheer size of the Supersonic doesn’t make me feel like my arm is about to fall off as I navigate through the sections of my hair.

I continue to blow dry the rest of my hair, and before I know it, it’s finished! A job that usually takes me 15-20 minutes to complete (25 minutes if I try to do it the proper way to avoid going over it with a straightener) has taken a total of… 7 minutes and 40 seconds.

I’m in awe. The Supersonic has halved the shortest amount of time I could possibly dry my hair with my blow dryer.

I could not be happier with how my hair looks and feels right now. I don’t have any flyaways, my hair isn’t frizzy nor do my ends feel like they’ll break off from dryness.

Here’s a before and after shot of my hair. Unruly with dry ends on the left, effortlessly smooth on the right – no fancy lighting or cameras, just less than 8 minutes of dry time.

I definitely feel that my hair is smoother and lighter, and I can tell that the regulated heat is something that will keep my hair healthy in the long run. To get this kind of result, I certainly would’ve had to follow my drying process with the use of a straightener.

The verdict?

  • Less than eight mins of drying time with the results of straightener-smooth style
  • Comfortable to hold and balance for styling without strain
  • Significantly quieter and lighter than typical hair dryers
  • Easy-to-use attachments and settings
  • Looks incredible and feels luxe
  • Dries hair without flyaways or static

I’m sold. The Dyson Supersonic is something dreams are made of.

While many headlines point to the higher price point of the Supersonic, I think that like any other item you spend a good amount of money on – it’s all about the quality of the product.

If you’re after just a drying solution, heck, a towel and time will dry your hair! If you’re looking for hair care, I’d recommend the Supersonic. It’s an investment in the same way skincare is.

It’s fantastic in that it caters for all hair types too. I can’t wait to see how the diffuser works on my sister’s curly hair.

In the spirit of festivities, Dyson has a special edition Christmas case that you can purchase with the Supersonic. I’m telling you – gift someone special (why not yourself?!) the Supersonic this Christmas and they’ll thank you for sharing the joy of hair-managing bliss.

The Dyson Supersonic is a Christmas present that will surpass expectations and you can purchase one online or in-store at Bing Lee today!

Try it out and let us know your experience in the comments below!

How to beat the Christmas rush

You might be thinking, “Surely it’s way too early to be worrying about Christmas presents” – don’t be fooled! The tinsel and baubles are already making their way into the department stores and before you know it, you’ll find yourself in aisle 6 with the rest of the nation hoping to snatch the last board game on the shelf.

Christmas is a wonderful yet crazy time of year, and to truly enjoy it you should start getting organised. Especially when it comes to gift-buying.

You might think you know what your kids, family members and close friends might want for Christmas and yet most of us find ourselves panicked as the 25th creeps closer.

Here are our top tips for beating the Christmas rush.

Pace yourself

Don’t leave all your purchases for the week or two before Christmas. Make yourself a list (like Santa) and keep track of who you’re buying for. It’ll prevent you from accidentally leaving someone out or miscalculating the boxes of chocolate!

Start ticking off the gifts and make purchases slowly while you find yourself in a shopping centre over the next few weeks. It’ll also aid the amount of splurges and costly expenses that are seemingly inevitable in the short period before Christmas.

Collect catalogues

Catalogues are the paper version of Pinterest. You see something, you can circle it and add it to the “buy” list. Without putting too much thought into it, you can generally get a good gift idea by simply flipping through the pages.

So start collecting! Grab a catalogue as you walk out of a store and add it to a dedicated pile at home. Allocate some time to sort through it with a texter, highlighter or post-it notes on hand (sounds OTT but it’ll help, promise!).

Flip to a section that you know would be of interest to the person you’re buying for and the world is your oyster. This is particularly useful if you do not have the same interests as that person.

When you’re done, you’ll know exactly which stores you’re headed to when doing the Christmas shopping and voilà – no stress!

Don’t underestimate catalogues.

Browse and shop online

There’s nothing like sitting on your couch at any hour and having the entire online shopping world at your fingertips. Browsing online is great because you can add to your cart or your wishlist before purchasing.

After you’re satisfied with your selection, all you have to do is make your purchase and then try not to stare out your window for the delivery.

Here’s the most important thing to remember when making online purchases for Christmas: order your presents well before Christmas Day. Even if the estimated shipping is one or two days before Christmas, it’s not worth the risk! Don’t forget that the rest of the world is at their ordering peak at this time of year too, and it is not uncommon for there to be over-orders and delays.

Give yourself the peace of mind in knowing that your purchases will be delivered with plenty of time to spare instead. At Bing Lee, we recommend placing your order 7 days before Christmas at the latest.

Separate gifts and decorations

It can get a little crowded in the house around Christmas, and if you’re planning on putting up all the Christmas garlands and the tree AND buying all your gifts and wrapping them… well, that’s kind of festive mayhem.

Allocate days to get through your elvish tasks so that you’re not tangled up between ropes of Christmas lights and strings of ribbon. Set aside a weekend to prepare the house with the family. Get the kids in on the fun and make it an enjoyable bonding time!

Christmas wrapping is best left for when the Christmas tree is already up so that you can pop the present beneath it right away and they’re ready to go!

Last Minute Xmas Gift Ideas

There’s less than a week to go, and if you haven’t already picked up all the Xmas gifts you need for all your friends and family, then Bing Lee have some great ideas to get you out of trouble!

Yonanas Silver Value Pack: This frozen dessert maker has taken the world by storm, and makes healthy ice cream-style treats in only minutes. It is super easy to use – simply freeze your peeled, over-ripe bananas for a day, insert the banana in the chute and add other ingredients like nuts, chocolate and other frozen fruits – try different mixes! The Yonanas comes with a recipe book, a freezer tub and 4 popsicle makers.

Tefal Filtra Pro Deep Fryer: The Tefal FR4068 Filtra Pro Deep Fryer is the perfect addition to any kitchen. The large 4L oil capacity can feed a whole family in one go. The patented oil filtering system with easy handling ensures that you get clean oil, and the temperature ready light lets you know when your fryer is ready. Thanks to the durable stainless steel finish, you won’t see any fingerprints on the high quality model, built to last. And the removable stainless steel bowl makes cleaning that much simpler. In fact, the Tefal deep fryer can be 100% dismantled, from bowl to basket to lid and filtering mesh. To see how your food is faring, simply peer through the large viewing window. The adjustable thermostat allows for better control over your dish, so you get your fried foods just the way you want them.

Fitbit Flex Activity and Sleep Wristband: This slim, stylish device tracks steps, distance, and calories burned and shows you how you’re stacking up against your daily goals. At night, it even tracks your sleep cycle, helps you learn how to sleep better, and wakes you silently in the morning. You can access your personal stats anytime on your computer, tablet, or even from smartphones – with both iPhone and Android apps available. Flex is your perfect companion, and stays with you everywhere – even in the shower.

Revitive Circulation Booster: Great health and an active lifestyle require good circulation. Our body’s cells depend on healthy circulation to deliver oxygenated blood and nutrients to feed them, and to remove deoxygenated blood and waste from our system. If one of your loved ones experiences poor circulation due to age, a sedentary lifestyle, illness or a disability, the symptoms can affect your wellbeing and prevent you from doing the things you love. The Revitive Circulation Booster could make a great Xmas gift for parents and grandparents alike.

Samsung Kids Galaxy Tab3:  Everyone loves tablets – especially the younger generation. The Kids version of the Tab3 has been designed with the younger age group in mind, both physically and in the kind of software and user modes available. The bright orange rubber casing helps keep the Tab3 from being damaged from bumps and drops. There is a whole range of e-books, educational and entertainment apps pre-loaded to help literacy, problem solving and encourage creativity.

That’s just some of the great last minute Xmas ideas available right now, in store or online!

Kris Kringle Ideas

If you work in any kind of office or team environment, chances are you’d be participating in some kind of Secret Santa or Kris Kringle. Believe it or not, this little event can cause a heap of stress to those having to wander the streets, looking for something worthwhile, but not over the top in expense.

Bing Lee have some great low priced but high value electronics items that could be the answer to your Kris Kringle delimnas.

BLE Bluetooth Speaker: If your Kris Kringle uses anything resembling a smartphone, then this would be well appreciated. Stream music from the smartphone using a wireless bluetooth connection, with very easy pairing. Smartphones are great devices but not really suited to sharing music or movies at a decent volume. The BLE speaker delivers great sound, with a rechargeable battery. It even has a built-in microphone, so you can use it as a hands-free call-maker.

Panasonic AM/FM radio: Remember the good old days when families would gather by the fireplace and be regaled with stories of mystery, science fiction and drama, all from a high tech piece of hardware called the WIRELESS? Even though “wireless” now means something very different, you can take your Kris Kringle back to a simpler, more innocent time, where a night’s entertainment would only be a twist of a dial away. But wait, there’s more – you get AM AND FM channels with a 4 inch dynamic speaker. Who said radio was dead?

Kambrook Blitz2GO Personal Blender: Last year the idea of getting a blender for someone’s Secret Santa would have been a little OTT. However, I reckon there’s be a few people secretly hoping for the personal blender from Kambrook that’s taken our stores by storm. It’s called a personal blender because it’s designed to make healthy shakes mixed and blended in the actual bottle that you then take with you on the go. If you have a Kris Kringle that loves making their own healthy snacks, then this could be right up their nutritional alley.

Philips Sports Earhook Headphones: If your Kris Kringle fancies themselves as a bit of a runner or walker, then a pair of sports headphones wouldn’t go astray. These hook over the ears for greater stability while running, jumping or any other physically exertive activities. And the best thing about grabbing one of these now? We’ll throw in another pair free of charge, so you can use a pair yourself or pass as a present to someone else.

Targus Notebook Bundle: Most people own a computer or tablet these days. For those that want to give an IT-flavoured Kris Kringle, a great value bundle here at Bing Lee is the Notebook pack that consists of a bag that can hold up to 16” notebooks, a corded mouse and a 4 port USB hub that doesn’t require any drivers. Your Kris Kringle will be able to be as productive out and about as they are in the office with this affordable notebook pack.

Tablet accessories: For those that have a tablet, there loads of accessories on offer with cases for different models and sizes, screen protectors and adaptors and all at affordable prices. With tablets being used in almost every social, business and entertainment situation today, you need to protect your investment, and covers, cases and extra chargers are sure to be appreciated by a Secret Santa recipient.

That’s just some of the wide range of affordable Kris Kringle ideas available at Bing Lee right now in any of our stores or online.

Season’s greetings from all of us here at Bing Lee!

Xmas Gift Ideas

At Bing Lee, we have a huge range of items that could fit very snugly in a Xmas stocking or wrapping paper, across a wide variety of product groups. Here are some of the products that could tick the box for one (or many) of your friends and family.

Tablets are the perfectly-sized windows into a world of entertainment, social networking, reading and browsing. Here we’ve chosen two great small sized tablet you can use in bed, on the train or on the couch in the lounge room.

The best features of Google’s tablet platform come together in the Nexus 7, a lightweight, high definition tablet that is perfect for a spot of gaming, browsing the internet, watching TV and movie content or just updating Facebook. So small it can fit in the smallest of handbags, its bright screen is perfect for catching up on a couple of chapters on an ebook or watching a viral YouTube clip.

If you want more functionality out of your tablet then the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will suit your busy and productive life. It comes with an S-Pen, which allows you to use the tablet as a doodler, photo editor and even recognises your handwriting so you can convert your notes into text that you can then save or send on to others. It also comes with a Micro SD card slot for extra storage capacity.

Taking photos and videos of every moment of your life is now almost second nature. We’ve got a great range of compact, DSLR and high zoom cameras for any budget and shooting need. Here’s a couple of great cameras to fill that empty stocking.

The Panasonic Lumix Compact camera has all the features needed to take great shots and fit in your pocket. With a 25mm wide angle lens you can get all the family (and extended family) into your obligatory group shot, and with built-in wifi connectivity you can instantly share your shots and use your smartphone as a remote viewfinder when you want everyone, including yourself, in the shot!

The toy for the boy who already has a big boy’s toy – a Go Pro action camera that can be mounted* on pretty much anything that moves for dramatic capture of speed, slides, flying, stunts – or even strap it to your dog and throw a stick. Relive everything from your point of view, and because it records in full HD, you can play it back on your big screen TV in lifelike detail. *Wide range of mounting accessories available separately.

With all the cooking programs and books on home cooking all the rage, there’s nothing worse than not having the right equipment to make that perfect dish. Buy your loved one a great new cooking tool and inspire them to be the next world class chef!

The Breville Power Blender has 5 speed settings and can crush ice to make great smoothies, cocktails and juices. The glass jug has a large 1.5L capacity so you can serve the whole family at once. The Power Blender is great for creating healthy shakes to refresh the team after a big game, or unwind with friends and concoct your own “evening” drinks! This blender has versatility for all occasions.

When you’re planning to cook a big winter meal, the first thing you’ll be reaching for is your mixer. The professional stick mixer from Electrolux uses a triple blade for quick and consistent mixing. Adjust the mixing speed and keep track of how fast it’s spinning with the blue LED indicator. The anti-splash design let’s you use the mixer directly in the pot, cutting cleaning and preparation time.

Xmas is a great time to upgrade to a bigger, smarter TV. We are giving away an awesome popcorn making machine with every TV over $1,000. Nothing better than a movie, friends and family and hot buttered popcorn within arm’s length!

When it comes to bigger and smarter, the Samsung UA60ES6500 ticks all the boxes. It’s a huge 60 inches for BIG screen entertainment, with 3D for maximum “in-your-face” action experience and Smart Hub for internet connectivity. It’s full HD for great playback of your Blu Ray collection, and wireless internet so you don’t have to worry about cables or adapters to hook into your network.

If you’re looking for something a little smaller for a bedroom or rumpus room, then the LG 42” television could be a great stocking filler – if your stocking is a metre wide! Now this is a cool TV, with a browser, wireless connectivity, USB recording to a hard drive so you can record programs for the kids or for yourself, and plenty of HDMI inputs for gaming consoles and media players.

With hundreds of other Xmas gift ideas in our stores and online, you’re sure to find something for your friends and family. Here’s a couple of other electronic products that could just be the perfect present for someone close to you!

This high flying quadcopter is controlled by an iOS or Android device. Capture your drone’s flight with the built-in 720p video camera, and control your flight by viewing the drone’s camera through your compatible smartphone or tablet. Learn some great in-air aerobatics and even race or dogfight against another drone. Use one of the many official drone apps to experience the thrill of flying.

This TRIPLE handset from Uniden that comes packed with features that are convenient and focused on safety. Having triple handsets means that no matter where you are in the house, you will be within a few steps of one of the handsets at any time for quick pickups. You can even transfer the call to different handsets so far away family members can have private chats with each of your family members.

Hopefully some of the Xmas ideas above help you solve some of your gift buying dilemmas. Happy shopping!