Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gifts

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In order to make your life less stressful, we have made a list of things, keeping the fact in mind that Valentine’s Day is approaching, to buy for your partner, friends or your own self. Check out the Valentine’s Day gift guide below.

12. Logitech UE Boom 2 Wireless Speaker

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Be it a picnic or a day hilke, the Logitech UE Boom, with a 15-hour battery life, 360-degree sound, and a waterproof and shockproof body, is perfect for an outdoor date. You can also slow dance on the beach or rave on a roof by means of its 100-foot Bluetooth range.

Amazon: $148.

11. 8 Bit Pixel Heart Mug

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

In case you don’t have enough money to buy a piece of incredible Tech, then you can go for an 8-bit heart porcelain mug, which is under $10. The heart fades as your drink gets cool, which is neat.

ThinkGeek: $10.

10. HyperChiller

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Take out your HyperChiller from the freezer, pour coffee into the 12.5-ounce stainless steel chilling chamber and you will get bone-chilling java like magic in just a minute. Besides, it can also cool the heck out of bourbon.

Official site: $30.

9. Baxter California After Shave Balm

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Baxter California’s alcohol-free aftershave balm uses tea tree oil tin order to assist in fighting razor burn and aloe to moisturize and calm sensitive skin. So, get one for your loved ones so that they can treat their skin right.

Amazon: $19.

8. Tasting Room Valentine’s Gift Set

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Tasting Room’s Valentine’s gift set includes two bottles: a semi-sweet sparkling white from South Africa and an earthy/fruity Pinot Noir from the South of France. So, trying it out with a meal will take it to the next level.

Tasting Room: $40.

7. WineOvation Electric Wine Opener Gun

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Available in silver or pink, the WineOvation electric wine gun removes corks in a flash. The gun is holstered in a black, rubber charging station, comes with a compact foil cutter and opens 30 bottles on a single charge.

Amazon: $40.

6. Never-ending Valentine’s Card

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

This Valentine’s Day card will sing for three straight hours. So, what are you waiting for? Get it for your valentine and show the fortitude of your love with this card.

ThinkGeek: $9.

5. Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

With a 22-hour battery life, for-real noise-cancelling powers, and a dual microphone system to better filter out background clatter, Sennheiser’s Momentum 2 Bluetooth wireless headphones will ensure that every “I love you” is heard loud and clear even if you’re somewhere chaotic and noisy.

Amazon: $378.

4. Mophie PowerStation Plus Mini

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

The Mophie PowerStation Plus mini will never allow a dead battery mess up your dinner or a movie night. It is compatible with Micro USB or Apple devices and offers more than one full charge, and its compact design makes it easy to transport. Although they are not the cheapest, they are super reliable.

Amazon: $56.

3. Personalized Hand Stamped Key Tag

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

At times, it turns out to be very difficult to find a gift that says exactly what you want. Check out the personalized aluminum key tag that helps you express things in your own words.

Etsy: $16.

2. Walnut iPhone Stand

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

This handmade black walnut stand will uphold your phone, making it the perfect picture frame or clock. You will need to change your settings to “Autolock: Never” if you have an iPhone and Daydream mode can be used by Android users. Also, you can watch Youtube while you’re working late with the help of this.

Etsy: $20.

1. Star Wars – I Love You, I Know Hand Towels

Geeky Ideas For Valentine’s Day Gift

Last but not the least, these embroidered Star Wars hand towels take the words right out of your mouth.

ThinkGeek: $25.

Do let us know what you think of our Valentine’s Day gift guide in the comment section below.