There’s a certain type of person for whom airports and aeroplanes cease to be novel, and start to feel like home. This is depressing on many levels! Which is why these people need gifts. Lots and lots of gifts.
A good pair of in-ear phones: It’s impossible to overstate how valuable these are. Not only do they sound better than your stock earbuds, they dull the chorus of engine sounds, snores, baby cries and not-as-subtle-as-your-seatmate-thinks bean farts nearly as well as those Bose noise-cancelling phones some airlines hand out in first class. Look for the sound-isolating ones. [imgclear]
If your travelling giftee is a Man of the World, consider the Kensington International USB Adaptor ($59.95). Here’s the theory: said traveller can plug almost whatever he wants into almost any wall socket, and charge his Duracell portable battery at the same time. MAXIMUM ELECTRICITY![imgclear]
aren’t hasn’t slept on an airline cushion for eight hours. Plus, they’re cheap and easily found in any shopping centre. [imgclear]
All Giz Wants is our annual round-up of favourite gift ideas, including amazing attainable objects and a few far-out fantasies. We’ll be popping guides catered to different interests several times per day for the next week, so keep checking back.