Christmas Gift Guide

Christmas gift guide 2017: ideas for tech and gadget lovers

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Christmas shopping season is well and truly upon us. To help you find the perfect gift for the gadget-lovers in your life, we’ve rounded up some of the coolest tech for you (and, yes, it’s all available online. You’re welcome).

Hunting for the ultimate gadget to wow your tech-obsessed loved ones this Christmas? Our gift guide is here to provide you with all the inspiration you could need. Photographers will love our array of cameras, projectors and printers, savvy chefs will definitely want to get their (oven) mitts on all of our favourite kitchen gadgets, and there’s even an extra-special droid for the diehard Star Wars fan in your life.

Happy shopping…

Snap happy

Polaroid’s new-and-improved One-Step 2 i-Type camera is inspired by a vintage classic.


Crank it up

Keep the party pumping with these portable Bluetooth speakers with 24-hour battery power.


Doggy daycare

See, talk and even toss treats to your furry friend with this smart dog camera.


Tech specs

Record 10-second videos as you see them with these Snapchat sunglasses.


Mix it up

Smeg’s retro blender with new travel bottle will keep smoothie lovers on the move.


Powder play

Get snowboarders back on the slopes with these slick anti-fog snow goggles.


Get steamy

Crease haters can banish them on-the-go with this nifty handheld clothes steamer.


Dream machine

Spend a day in virtual reality with Google’s Daydream View goggles.


Print power

Turn your iPhone into a Polaroid camera with Prynt’s clever attachable printer.


Beat the bot

Get ready for the latest Star Wars film with this smartphone-controlled R2-D2.


Show and tell

The Cube Mobile Projector lets you transform any space into a cinema.


Under fire

Budding chefs can add a burst of flavour with Heston Blumenthal’s smoking gun.


Brain freeze

Get a taste of nostalgia, and a fluoro tongue, with this Slush Puppy Slushie machine.


Image: Ben White