Are you tired of getting your mom the typical Mother’s Day gift? Are you ready to go with something more practical than the standard flowers or a trip to the spa? We live in the Digital Age, so practical often means tech-related. Mother’s Day is coming up in few weeks and if you’re interested in really impressing your mom, mother-in-law, grandma and wife this year by getting them something that shows how appreciated they are, try something from the roundup of tech products below.
FitBit Alta HR
FitBit is the most recognized name in the fitness tracker industry and its models keep getting better. The new Alta HR measures heart rate, tracks sleep and allows you to call, text and get calendar alerts. The interchangeable bands (four color options) allow mom to choose her favorite fashionable look. With a seven-day battery charge and reminders to keep mobile, mom will appreciate this thoughtful gift.
Tile Item Finder
If your mom uses a smartphone or tablet, this is a no-brainer present. You simply slip the little tile onto whatever you want to make sure she can find whenever she needs it, and she can track it down with your screen of choice later. Perfect in households where chaos and/or mess may descend with no advance warning, just before you realize you’re nearly late for a date.
On Sale For $22.55
Oliso Smart Iron
It seems like every household appliance now has a “smart” version, so why not the iron? Oliso’s smart iron uses iTouch technology to instantly lower and lift when taken off your fabric to prevent scorching, accidental tipping, and burns.
Buy For Only $99.99
Philips’ Wake-Up Light
Help your mom wake up in the AM with the simulation of natural sunlight, and wind down with gently dimming evening light, along with optional soothing sounds for both. Plus alarm and radio. It may just be the update to the bedside alarm clock your mom wants and needs.
On Sale For $114.99
Even if your mom doesn’t know how to upload photos, anyone in the family can easily contribute photos from anywhere in the world with the app. Aura has a beautiful design, comes in three color scheme choices and connects easily to wi-fi.
On Sale $299.00
Dyson v8 Absolute Stick Vacuum
This is the ultimate stick vacuum with a lithium-ion battery that delivers up to 40 minutes of cleaning without losing any power. It easily converts between stick and handheld modes to clean stairs, ceilings and upholstery. The suction on this Dyson cord-free vacuum is strong enough to deep clean carpets and remove pet hair.
Amazon Echo SpotThe small but mighty Echo home hub and speaker has been a surprise hit for Amazon, and if your mom doesn’t already have one, it’s worth getting her an Echo now. You can install it anywhere in the house; it integrates with music services like Spotify, Pandora and Amazon Music; and you can activate a million skills to turn on all kinds of other voice-activated functionality, from using it to buy things, to reading out news headlines, recipe information and weather information, and setting timers. You can even meow at the Echo and it will meow back, just what a mom needs at the end of a frazzled day.
Bose Wireless HeadPhones
Buy For Only $349.00
On Sale For $287.99
3D Printed Jewelry
3D printing has transformed a lot of industries, and one that I think has been one of the more interesting is the area of fashion, and in particular jewelry, which is seeing a veritable explosion of design and designers unleashed through this technology, tapping new materials and concepts in the process.
Buy For Only $40.00
Anova Precision Cooker
For the mom or wife who loves to cook, but doesn’t always have the time. This precision cooker makes it easier to cook like a pro in less time. Drawing on the hottest trend in cooking, Sous vide, Anova packs over 1,000 recipes into its free app. She’ll love cooking and your family will reap the rewards.
On Sale $124.99
Buy For Only $119.99