7 Luxury Gadgets to Gift Yourselves and Your Loved Ones This Diwali
Gadgets to Gift Yourselves and Your Loved Ones This Diwali
Of all of India’s countless festivals, we earnestly wait for Diwali to dawn upon us, where we gift some luxury Gadgets to our loved ones. These few weeks are a busy time across Indian households. It is the time of the year when everybody, rich and poor, indulges in spending their hard-earned money on buying consumer durables, and hi-tech and luxury gadgets to gift this Diwali. And it shouldn’t be any different for you.
It’s a technology world, and everybody wants a piece of technology for themselves. While hi-tech gadgets are big-ticket items, it is a dream of many to own them. And that makes luxury gadgets a perfect gift for your loved ones. Although expensive, you can easily buy the gadgets on EMI by taking a consumer durable loan. It’s the best way to buy expensive gadgets without draining your savings.
Pick up a gift for your loved ones from the list of luxury gadgets to gift this Diwali, given below. While you are busy pampering others, don’t forget to show yourselves some love; pick up something for yourself too.
1. Sony H.ear in MDR-EX750AP
These earphones are available in attractive colors: lime yellow, red, blue, pink, and black. For each ear, you get 9mm audio drivers and great bass too. It has a powerful sound system and the comfort of wired earphones. The fit is snug enough to easily block the ambient noise. It also has an in-built remote system for you to control the music and calls.
2. WD My Passport
This portable hard drive is handy for backing up files, music, photographs, and data from your computer. That’s not all. It’s stylish too. It is available in different colors – blue, red, yellow, orange, and white. You also have a choice of getting this hard drive in the combination of white and gold. This drive comes in multiple storage space options: 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, and 4 TB.
3. Moment Lenses
Moment’s high-end lenses can be used with any phone for which it makes an accompanying case and that includes Galaxy and Pixel devices. You can choose super fisheye, pick up a wide-angle, or telephoto lens for your phone. And all you have to do is simply screw mount the lens on your phone’s case and start shooting.
4. Amazfit Bip smartwatch
This attractive timepiece syncs with your iOS and Android mobile device to send notifications and incoming. The display is bright without being difficult on the eyes. It has an excellent battery life and can run for a whole month after recharging it fully for 2.5 hours. This smartwatch packs a punch as it has GPS and tracks and monitors your heart rate and sleep.
5. Anker PowerCore 10,000mAh power bank
This power bank is an excellent, easy to carry, pocket-friendly product. Though the size of the power bank is as small as a credit card, its 10,000mAh battery can charge your phone multiple times.
6. TaoTronics Bluetooth in-ear headphones with charging case
The TaoTronics Bluetooth earbuds have so much juice that you can use it for more than 3 hours after you completely charge it. The carrying case doubles up as a 3,500mAh power bank, which you can use it to recharge the headphones.
7. HP Sprocket Printer
Isn’t it amazing to have a printer in your backpack or handbag to use whenever you like to print photographs from your phone, Instagram, Google Photos, and Facebook? HP Sprocket printer is just that. It’s compact and it relies on Zink technology to print the photographs while you are on the move.
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