Christmas is one week away and you're all out of gift ideas. It's crunch time, but we've got you covered. Click through our list to find the perfect gift ideas for the hard-to-buy people left on your list.
Just when you think your makeup-loving friend couldn’t squeeze one more product into her bulging bag comes Meme, the Korean beauty e-commerce retailer selling the “most sought-after, on-trend K-beauty products in the US.” Korea is known to be a hotbed of beauty trends; now your friend can get them delivered to her door.
With the FlipBelt your fitness fiend friend has easy access to their most important item--their phone. Each belt has an opening on one side that leads to a large, stretchy storage pocket. The FlipBelt can accommodate everything from cell phones to house keys, lip gloss, and ID cards, and is even built to house the large iPhone 6 and 6 Plus (the other thing your friend really wants this year).
Here are five more fitness gifts under $50.
Fifty years after Leon Hess, founder of Hess Oil, started offering toy trucks as a thank you to loyal customers for $1.29, the toy collection sells out every year. "He wanted to provide a holiday gift that was amazingly fun, high quality and innovative at a price that everyone could afford," a spokeswoman for Hess told ABC News. This year, the company is selling two toys for the first time to celebrate its 50th anniversary edition: a truck and space cruiser for $29.99, including six batteries and free shipping. The Collector’s Edition Hess Toy Truck sold out before Thanksgiving.
Stack Wine offers tear apart single serve packages of Red Blend, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio, and Chardonnay. Each serving is shaped like a stem-less wine glass: four individual containers stack on top of each other to form the equivalent of one full bottle of wine. Stack Wines retail for $12.99 and are available at various locations nationwide, including Cost Plus World Market, Bristol Farms, Albertsons and Meijer, among others.
Man Crates sends gift boxes full of treats in an industrial wooden crate, each with its own theme, from meat to barware to gear to video games. Each crate is sealed tight and comes with a laser-engraved crowbar for the recipient to pry open their gift. Man Crates offers more than 30 versions full of “manly items” (everything from Bacon Crates to NFL Barware Crates to Grilling Crates to Personalized Whiskey Crates to Video Game Crates (featuring old-school Nintendo games) to Shaving Crates to even Zombie Annihilation Crates). A team of 30 employees compiles the gift items and assembles the crates at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco.
|For the person who has everything already and so do you, Elite Innovations G-1 Pool Table from Moda Operandi, $80,220|
Elite Innovations' pool table features a patented transparent surface on top of solid glass top. The smooth and glossy piece has shock absorbing layers and friction that resembles that of standard pool tables, the product description reads. Purchase of table Includes ball set, black triangle and two Aluminium cues and bridge stick. Shipping and installation fees are included.