DJI Mavric Pro Your favorite outdoor videographer will love this compact, state-of-the-art drone that folds down to the size of a loaf of bread. Small, but powerful, the DJI Mavic Pro is one of the most sophisticated flying cameras to date. Utilizing flight-autonomy technology that senses obstacles up to nearly 50 ft. away, the Mavic can bypass them or brake and hover, greatly reducing the chances of collisions. Because it’s not dependent on satellite positioning and has forward and downward vision sensors, the drone will can hover precisely indoors or places without GPS. Think of the possibilities.
Wynd Personal Space Air Purifier
Who wouldn’t want purer air wherever they go? The Wynd personal air purifier filters over 70% of harmful particles out of the air around you - dust, allergens, smoke, pollution – surrounding you in a virtual bubble of clean air to keep you refreshed. At the office, in the car - wherever you go - Wynd monitors the air quality and alerts you when it becomes unhealthy. The purifier is the size of a water bottle, so it’s as easy to take with to the office or a hotel, in a car or public transportation – anywhere you go.
The Quip Electric Toothbrush
Not just another electric toothbrush, the Quip vibrates rather than spins, letting you know when it’s time to move on to another part of your mouth. More than just a tool, it works in tangent with a digital service that automatically ships you fresh brush heads and dental supplies. It even reminds you when it’s time to visit the dentist, making for comprehensive preventive care. Quip toothbrushes have a high-design look, and offer different styles of brush handles, both manual and electric in plastic, silver or slate-brushed metal, so you can whip it out unabashedly anytime.
Nike Hyperadapt Self-lacing Sneaker
At first it may seem like lazy indulgence, but this first self-lacing sneaker design offers as much comfort as it does practicality. The second your foot fits into the Hyperadapt, a built-in sensor detects the pressure, causing the sneaker to tighten the laces. The magnetic charger that attaches to the sneaker’s sole is powered through a USB connector. The inspiration came from the 1988 film Back to The Future II, and after over a decade of development, premiers just in time for the 2016 holiday season. The Hyperactive looks perfectly contemporary, and in the real future may even be software updateable, so who knows what else it might be able to do?
Sense Alarm Clock
This nifty little device is pretty enough to go on the Christmas tree, and is so much more than a mere alarm clock. The Sense has a selection of calming ambient sounds to help you fall and stay asleep all night. Voice activated and paired with its own app, Sense gives you access to everything you could want to know about your sleep patterns, and in turn you can program it to help you optimize your sleep. For example, waking up directly from deep sleep can leave you feeling groggy and tired, so Sense can wake you up during the lightest phase of your sleep, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready for the new day.
The Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer
There’s never been a hairdryer as slick as this. Controlled by a microprocessor and powered by a digital motor, the V9 dries hair quickly and gently via a uniquely designed smoothing nozzle that delivers wide, high-velocity airflow. The dryer calculates instructions and adjusts the heating element, measuring air temperature 20 times per second to keeping it fully controlled without risking heat damage. Engineered for balance, the V9’s motor is in the handle, making it easier and lighter to handle than conventional dryers. It’ll blow anyone away.
Morpher Folding Bike Helmet
Research shows that not nearly enough bike riders are wearing helmets, the main reason being that they are too cumbersome to carry around. Voila, the Morpher quickly folds completely flat when not in use, making it easy to carry, or to pack in a rucksack or mailbag. The helmet’s patented design surpasses all the pertinent safety standards, and the materials are completely recyclable. What’s more, the Morpher folding helmet looks so cool, you may want to get one as an accessory even if you don’t have a bike yet.
These seven gift selections range in price from $25 (Quip) to $999 (Mavric Pro), and can be Googled and ordered online. Of course, the easiest shopping default is right here on NickGraham.com. Even someone who has everything can never have too much Nick Graham. Happy Holidays!