It's coming down to the wire, folks. With just a few days left before Santa touches down, we're guessing you've still got a few last minute gifts to sort out -- and that you probably should have skipped the Star Wars matinee and instead continued with that Christmas shopping list. It's all good. You're not alone what with the 40% or so procrastinators who say they've still got some shopping to get done before Christmas day. Never fear -- our First Ever Gift Guide is to the rescue, with a few last minute gift ideas that we promise won't include scrounging for gift cards at the supermarket check-out line.
We've rounded up a few projects worthy of backing -- and perfect for gifting, thanks to crowd-funding go-to, Indiegogo. We're huge fans of the site & figure there's no better gift than the gift that gives twice. So hop to it -- we've pretty much done all the work for you.
Like millions of Americans traveling home this holiday season amid cramped middle seats, inevitable delays & overworked gate agents, you've probably sworn off traveling ever again. Thankfully, there's a sliver of light keeping your wanderlust at optimal levels in the guise of G-RO. Seemingly named after a Star Wars droid, G-RO is instead the best carry-on roller bag you'll probably ever lay your eyes on. Featuring a larger wheel, G-RO is all-terrain & is roomy enough to get you through several days of travel -- plus it's designed to double-up as a work-station when desk space is at a premium at the few airports that boast it. Best yet, G-RO can even charge just about any and all of your devices & can be tracked thanks to it's own GPS. You know what? We take it back. Maybe G-RO is actually some sort of droid companion we can rely upon for just about everything that ails us.
Shopping for someone who sticks a little closer to home but still keen on something that resembles a robot? We're huge fans of the HiddenHub -- the only wireless HD audio system you could ever need. With over $1,000,000 in pledges (and for good reason), HiddenHub boasts an audio experience like no other with an impressive ability to change acoustically dependent upon where it's placed in the home. Essentially, it maximizes sound based on its relationship to walls, windows & furniture as well as the type of music you're playing which is even more than can be said for any live performance in your house. Even better, it just looks good -- and can be paired up with other units throughout your home. Sure, it'll set you back $500 but it it's money well spent whether you're playing Santa or buying it for yourself.
Finally, we've already turned you on to lo-fi site, Cool Vintage Watches -- and we get it. Vintage may not be your vibe so why not support a new watch-maker making watches you'd otherwise have to surrender your entire Christmas bonus to buy. Enter the Watkins Ceramic Chronograph. Unlike most ceramic bezel watches, you can score Watkin's incarnation for just over $100, funding what they've dubbed the world's first affordable ceramic chronograph which will sell for as little as $300 once they finally go to market. With a few face options and plenty of strap options, we'd be as happy to give this watch as we would be to get it.
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