PSFK’s Holiday Gift Guide Is Here

PSFK’s Holiday Gift Guide Is Here

Something for everyone from the technophobe to the gadget lover.

Rachel Pincus
  • 25 december 2013

The first sightings of snowfall and Christmas lights all around, December is the month we’ve been waiting for all year. Finally, there is a reasonable excuse to seek out and snag some of your favorite design and tech products, including many of the innovative gadgets that we’ve featured on PSFK. We’re excited to announce our holiday Gift Guide, where you may find innovative products that you thought could only ever be a distant pipe dream.


Whether you’re in an ongoing search for the impossible-to-shop-for person in your life or secretly shopping for yourself, PSFK’s guide can help. Looking to foray into fitness tracking and health monitoring? Our list of Quantified Self products have you covered.  Excited about tech-infused gifts, but not sure where to start? The Wearable Tech category can help, featuring goods like Oakley’s video-recording snow goggles. These products help you become aware of your environment in a new way – a great New Year’s resolution for those looking to get more fit, have more fun on the slope, or just stylishly charge their mobile phones.

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Even the technophobic can find solace in our Space Savers and Offline Gadgets, which give you a taste of great design that you can put together yourself. And for those who are always thinking ahead, our Kickstart Me gifts will help some brilliant designers achieve their dreams while netting you or the recipient their future product.


We’ve called on experts such as Dave Gilboa, the co-founder of Warby Parker, and Georg Petschnigg, CEO of FiftyThree, to share what they envision as the perfect holiday gift this season in our Experts’ Picks section.

Check out PSFK’s Gift Guide, and start picking out the best goodies for your friends, family, and yourself.


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