Dec 21, 2011
By Greg Gazin - Apple Gazin’ - G4 Canada
Looking for that right little stocking stuffer for someone who uses gadgets on the road? If so, here are a few novel ideas that you may not have thought of to help ease that aching pain of selection.
Ever want to text or tweet in subzero weather? It's painful and somewhat almost impossible. Enter Twittens, a creation by Lincoln McCardle a clever individual from London Ontario, who didn't want to get frostbite answering his phone or changing a song on his iPod in the dead of winter.
Twittens, as McCardle calls, "gloves for the text generation," are made from high quality polar fleece. To minimize the slipping of your gadgets from the fleece, the gloves have patches in the palms and fingertips. There are flaps on the thumb and forefinger portion of the glove that fold back and stay in place with Velcro to give the exposed fingers easy, smooth and uninterrupted access to almost any device while keeping the rest of your hand wand toasty warm. Cool!
Twittens are an ideal stocking for your mobile warrior. They retail for $24.95 and come in pink and black with sizes ranging from XXS to XL You can get them on-line directly from Twittens as well as many Staples and Moore stores and other outlets across the country.
I hope you can use a few of these ideas to ease your holiday shopping and give a gift that's useful, practical, fun and something they may never have even known existed.
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