Americans are expected to spend $18.9 billion on Valentine’s Day gifts this year. So why not connect with your loved one on this February 14 by getting them a smart gift. Here are some connected device buys for your significant other that will make the holiday one to remember.
CUFF: This device gives a woman’s collection of jewelry life. It latches on to a variety of bracelets and necklaces that go with every outfit and with a buzz, CUFF can easily alert you when family and friends are calling or texting you on your smartphone. The highlight of the device however is its safety feature: when you press down on the device hard enough, italerts pre-chosen contacts that you are in trouble and need help.
The Dash: Give the gift of music this Valentine’s Day with the world’s first wireless smart headphones. Not only is it great for your partner that loves to run, its functionality makes it a win for all gift givers alike. The sleek design allows you either connect to your music through a smartphone or you can use the 1,000 song music player embedded in the headphones. It also doubles as a Bluetooth headset for you on-the-go. You can also track your heart rate, oxygen saturation, and duration while you swim. Yes, it works underwater, too!
Anova Precision Cooker: Is your Valentine aspiring to be next Master Chef? Spend less time stressing about dinner as a coupleand deciding who’s making what with the Anova Precision Cooker. All you need to do with this device is attach the device to a pot, fill the pot with water, and put your food in a sealable bag. The cooker will handle the rest and alert you when dinner is ready on your smartphone.
Mr. Coffee 10-Cup Smart Optimal Brew with WeMo: From your smartphone, you can schedule, monitor, and change your brew wherever you are. Have your coffee ready for you or your significant other even before you get out of bed! On that note, who says you can’t give this to yourself?
Happy Valentine’s Day!