We dug deep to uncover gifts your tech-obsessed recipient will be impressed by. Not only are these gifts cutting edge, but most are good for the environment, too.
Stir It Up Wireless Bluetooth Turntable, Marley, $249.99
Crafted from sustainable solid bamboo Plinth, this record player has a sleek design that includes recycled plastic and fabric. The bluetooth versatility means you can listen to your favorite music seamlessly, too.
Cybertruck Preorder, Tesla, $100
OK, so you may need to clear this with the recipient first, but it is only $100 to preorder Tesla’s new cutting-edge (and controversial) Cybertruck. It will take two years to develop, but by the time it is released, the truck will be the most eco-friendly electric truck on the market. What is the starting cost? $39,000.
ORII Voice Assistant Ring, MOMA Store, $199
Allowing you to spend less time on your screen, the ring alerts you to incoming calls and messages. You can also send and receive messages and make quick calls while your phone stays in your pocket.
Bottle Case 2, Nimble, $44.95
Here is a iPhone case you can brag about — it is made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottles. With its sleek design, which includes a card holder, the case is waterproof and Nimble also gives 5 percent of proceeds to protecting the world’s oceans and marine life.
Lazarus Artisan GoodsCord Traveler, Give a Damn Goods, $32
Crafted with 100 percent oil-tanned leather, this cord traveler will keep any techie’s cords organized. The crafter, Lazarus Artisan Goods, works in Honduras and Haiti to source their products and provide employment and vocational training.
Solar Adventurer Portable Solar-Powered Phone Charger, Powertraveller at Neiman Marcus, $89
Harness the power of the sun to power your phone or 5V USB device with this solar-powered charger. It is dust tight and waterproof, so it is perfect for adventures.