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Best Fitness Gifts
Gifts for Fitness Buffs
The runner, swimmer, cyclist or gym rat in your life is probably the easiest to shop for, because there are so many devices and accessories to choose from — almost too many. That's why we whittled down the list of best gifts for fitness buffs across a range of prices, so you can pick the perfect present.Slide 1 of 17
Under Armour Hovr Sonic Connected Shoes for Men & Women
Every runner could use a fresh pair of sneakers, and Under Armour's lineup offers solid choices. The Bluetooth Hovr Sonic Connected shoes are just $10 more than the "dumb" version of the same shoe, and they're integrated with MapMyRun for tracking advanced running metrics. By spending a little extra on these connected shoes, you can give the runner in your life a stylish pair of running shoes and a convenient way to track miles, all in one package.
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Apple Watch Series 4 (GPS)
You don't need a cellular smartwatch to have a great smartwatch experience. The Apple Watch Series 4without LTE is our top pick for the best all-around smartwatch because of its sophisticated health-tracking features, including an FDA-cleared electrocardiogram app that will debut on the watch by year's end. The Series 4 can also detect serious falls and alert emergency services if you remain unresponsive following your landing.
The Series 4 delivers excellent fitness-tracking features, a well-stocked App Store and the ability to handle lightweight smartphone tasks, including querying Siri and sending text messages. The Apple Watch offers built-in GPS, a heart rate sensor and an NFC chip for Apple Pay transactions, and it comes in two sizes with multiple band options. You won't find a better smartwatch than this.
On Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you'll find the best deals for the more affordable Series 3, which doesn't have on-the-go electrocardiograms or fall detection but otherwise offers the same excellent suite of fitness-tracking features.
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Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music
Garmin's Vivoactive 3 was already a stylish smartwatch with built-in GPS, a heart rate sensor and an NFC chip for mobile payments, courtesy of Garmin Pay. Then, Garmin added onboard music storage and re-released the Vivoactive 3 with a slightly higher price tag, but it's still a bargain compared with the Apple Watch. The Vivoactive 3 has the same emphasis on fitness as its predecessor but looks more like a watch you'd want to wear every day, with a stylish round face.
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Cheap Tech to Make Life Easier
21 Cheap Tech Products That Make Life Easier
Yes, cutting-edge smartphones and 4K TVs are worth drooling over, but you might be surprised to learn that there are plenty of cheap gadgets that truly make your life easier and a little better without ever breaking the bank.
From a mini battery that keeps your phone running all day to a device that keeps tabs on your keys, these products are well worth the small investment.
We didn't necessarily cap these products at a specific price. Instead, we sought out the best values in multiple categories that come with an affordable price tag compared to the competition.Slide 1 of 21
Dash Deluxe Rapid Egg Cooker
Too busy to sit and wait for eggs to cook? The Dash Deluxe rapid egg cooker solves that problem, by doing the cooking for you, in bulk. This device can hold up to 12 eggs and cook them any way you want — hard-boiled, poached or even in an omelet — in less than 10 minutes. You can also use it to steam vegetables, dumplings and other foods.
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Olloclip Mobile Photography Box Set
If you want to take high-quality photos with your iPhone X, the Olloclip mobile photography box set can help. The set includes a 120-degree superwide lens for landscapes, a 180-degree fish-eye lens for group and artistic shots, and a 15x macro lens for close-ups. The lenses work with both rear cameras as well as the front camera, and unlike on most other lens kits, these lenses are easy to snap on and off. While $99 may seem expensive, you get three high-quality lenses that easily run $90 each from other companies.
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Kasa Smart Power Strip
Smart plugs are useful, but they take up a lot of space. If you have a lot of lights and gadgets you'd like to automate, the Kasa Smart Power Strip can help you out. This surge protector packs in six smart outlets and three USB ports. You can control, individually, each device that's plugged in, using Alexa, Google Assistant, Microsoft Cortana or the Kasa app.
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Best Music Gifts
Best Gifts for Music Lovers
Music fans can be tricky to shop for. Streaming music reduces the need to buy albums, and people who purchase records are always updating their vinyl collections. Our gift guide hopes to solve those dilemmas and aid your holiday shopping.
Not only do we know where vinyl enthusiasts shop, but we've also got a bunch of more-modern gadgets for shoppers who live on Spotify and want to rid their lives of wires. We've even tested headphones and Bluetooth speakers at a wide range of prices, so you can buy something great even if your budget is tight.Slide 1 of 20
Jabra Elite 65t Wireless Earbuds
Apple's AirPods are neat, but they look awkward at best. The sleek, metallic Jabra Elite 65t wireless earbuds offer a more mature take on the completely-wireless headphones. Even better they stay in your ears, even during strenuous workouts. These earbuds also provide quality sound and clear call quality, making them our favorite in their class.
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Bowers & Wilkins PX Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones
Yes, most premium-grade headphones sound great, but the Bower & Wilkins PX are pretty smart too. These wireless Bluetooth headphones respond to when you lift a cup off of your ear by pausing, and they start playing music again when you pick them up. Rated for 22 hours of battery life, the PX headphones come in two colors: black on black, and gold on dark blue.
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Moog EWSTD019 Etherwave Theremin Standard
Want to embrace your inner experimental musician? The theremin is a wacky and weird instrument that has to be seen and heard to be believed. (Know that woo-woo-woo sound from '50s flying-saucer movies? That's a theremin.) It's operated with zero physical contact; you wave your hands over it, as if you were playing an air guitar that actually worked. While many theremins are sold at cheaper prices, we trust this model from Moog, a titan of the electronic-music industry.
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