Whether it’s Christmas, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day or any other holiday, shopping for the perfect gift can be a stressful time.  Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it and finding the perfect gift for your loved ones isn’t always the easiest task.  But, thanks to our though leaders, you will have an easier time shopping this year.  Our team gave me a list of their favorite tech gifts to give/receive and I’m happy to share them with you.

 

Zepp Golf Swign Analysis and Trainer System

Zepp Golf Swign Analysis and Trainer System

Brian McClimans: The Zepp golf swing analysis and trainer system was my favorite gift by far. This device easily attaches to my glove and is so lightweight that I forget I have it on. Every time I’m at the driving range, I make sure to wear it so I can see how much I’ve improved and set goals for the month. Every golfer should have one of these.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Olloclip

Olloclip

Earl Naegele: Because travel is a staple of my job, I’m always on the go, which means I get to take photos of really great places and things. My phone’s camera just wasn’t cutting it for me, so I asked for a camera.  I was (happily) surprised when I opened up a box with an Olloclip instead of a traditional camera.  Once I started using the Olloclip, I was able to capture stunning photos that I could not wait to share with my family. This cool and compact gadget clips onto your phone and provides you with professional-style lenses to get the best possible images.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Coffee Machine

Mr. Coffee Machine

Todd Mares: I would consider myself a coffee fanatic, so the best gift I’ve received would be a Mr. Coffee Machine, which I keep in my office.  In case I don’t have enough time in the morning to make coffee, or if I really need a cup after a morning of meetings, I can just set a new brewing time straight from my phone so that my coffee is ready whenever I am.  If you have a coffee enthusiast in your life, this is what you should put on your list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canon Selphy CP910 Photo Printer

Canon Selphy CP910 Photo Printer

Jack McKeague: Call me old fashioned, but I still love printed photographs. With the digital era amongst us, people are constantly looking at images on their cellphone, tablet or laptop.  There’s something about sitting around the kitchen table and passing around an old photo album that I really enjoy. Luckily, my daughters gave me the best of both worlds: a Canon Selphy CP910 Photo Printer. This compact printer has built-in WiFi, which allows me to print pictures from my phone quickly and easily from anywhere in my house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blade Nano QX RTF Drone

Blade Nano QX RTF Drone

John Potts: The Blade Nano QX RTF Drone tops my list. This drone is small enough to fly around the house, and has a Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope (SAFE) built in.  This is a great model for beginniers because the SAFE technology ensures the drone is always in an upright position.  The Nano QX introduced me to the world of drones and led me to purchasing larger ones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tell us: What is your most memorable gadget ever received?