You’ll never lose a credit card again as long as Coin 2.0 is in your life. Coin stores the details of up to eight cards in maximum security while letting you pay via a quick swipe or tap at millions of compatible merchant locations across the U.S. To protect you from theft, Coin won’t unlock unless your smartphone is nearby and when in doubt, Coin’s companion app will monitor its whereabouts. This smart credit card device is an innovative way to keep your wallet organized and slim.
Whether you’re travelling or on-the-go all day, this mini portable power bank charger will definitely come in handy. It’s compatible with virtually any smartphone and conveniently doubles as a flashlight, making it a wonderful camping accessory. It's a cool under $20 gift idea for a traveller or a forgetful someone.
Not only are virtual reality headsets a dream come true for gamers, they’re also revolutionarily cool for watching movies (and pretending to be part of the cast). Compared to most VR headsets, the Samsung Gear VR is actually affordable since it uses your Samsung Galaxy's screen instead of its own. Its built-in sensors create a real-life perception and make you feel as though you’re truly experiencing what you’re watching or playing.
The Kano DIY Computer Kit is a great entry route into the world of coding and technology development. Using this kit, virtually anyone over the age of seven can learn how to build and program a computer. Instead of a tedious manual, Kano comes with easy-to-follow story-like instructions that will walk you through the process using fun illustrations. It also comes with a build-it-yourself speaker and a wireless keyboard and mouse.
The best thing about the Datamancer Sojourner keyboard is the hundreds of hilarious reviews it has inspired on Amazon. While rummaging through dozens of reviews, you’ll suddenly stumble upon one that is so serious that it’s confusing. Are the swatches really from the Apollo 11 command capsule or am I gullible? Nonetheless, it seems as though fathers have sold their wives, their daughters’ virginities — only for the $15 shipping though — and even traded in their children to slavery in order to own this piece of work.