Get Fancy With These Splurgy Holiday Gifts
Treat your friends, family and yourself this holiday season with these luxury gift ideas.
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The holidays are a great excuse to spoil the ones we love with luxury gifts (and, let’s be honest, sometimes ourselves).
The budding barista in your life will jump at the chance to brew homemade espresso. The Breville Barista Touch Espresso Machine has a stylish stainless steel finish and produces professional-quality coffee. It does everything from grinding the beans to frothing the milk.
For the amateur movie critic or home theater lover, a quality sound bar is essential. The Sonos Arc Soundbar is known for its excellent sound. Plus, it’s compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Released in November 2020, the PS5 is sure to top holiday wish lists this year. The PS4 came out in 2013, so fans of the Sony system have been waiting a long time for new features. There will be plenty of new games, too. If your giftee already snapped up the new console, a PlayStation store gift card is another great gift idea.
Furbo Dog Camera
Pet lovers only want the best for their four-legged companions. That makes a pet gadget the perfect gift. The Furbo Dog Camera lets them check in on their furry friends — and give them a treat — while they’re away. It even has two-way audio to calm anxious dogs.
Google Nest Learning Smart Thermostat
Sometimes you spend money to save money. Smart thermostats are the perfect example. The Google Nest Learning Smart Thermostat learns your habits, automatically adjusting your home’s heating and cooling for maximum comfort, efficiency and energy savings.
The AeroGarden Farm Plus indoor gardening system allows chefs and gardeners to grow plants year-round. The kit includes grow lights to ensure plants get adequate light even on the darkest winter days. It’s also useful for urban gardeners with limited outdoor space.