Harvest 360 Indoor Garden
This is for those (not very) green thumbs! It’s nearly impossible to kill anything growing in this self-watering, self-lit planter. For $152.95, you can have fresh herbs and vegetables for months to come. It can house up to six plants at a time and grow up to 12 inches tall with this indoor garden; it’s made simple, so there’s no soil and no mess, and it grows in water.
The built-in control panel makes it easy to use and reminds you when to add water, tells you when you need to add plant food, and automatically turns lights on and off for your hydroponics growing system.
Muse 2 EEG Device
We all know that getting into a meditative state can be difficult; the world is just too darn distracting. But the Muse headband helps guide them through a session and track their progress as they achieve total mindfulness or at least something close. Now you can stop guessing if you’re doing it right.
This device makes meditation easy by giving you real-time feedback on your mind & body to help you recognize calm and stay in the zone. Studies have shown that meditation can help relieve stress, improve relaxation and mental performance. All for only $199, sign us up!
BluDefend Blue Light-Blocking Frames
For those screen adherents who need a little vacay for their eyes, you can now take some stress off your corneas and ease the transition to sleep, whether you're spending obscene hours doom-scrolling or casually watching binge-watching Netflix.
These glasses have exclusive lens technology that helps block harmful blue light and UV rays and are sure to shield your eyes against harmful blue light and UV rays emitting from screens. For $74, it's basically a bargain.
Canvas Light Panels Kit
For the aspiring artist, you can let your imagination run free with these light panels cost $199.99 and are controlled with an app that can display any color you want and transform the atmosphere.
These panels work by affixing them to a wall in a unique configuration; you can make some beautiful, high-tech art—mood lighting for the future.
Loop Collapsing Helmet
Though not "tech" in a strict sense of the word, this helmet is still pretty useful and quite a bright gift idea for those bicycle commuters, and it only costs $79.99.
It's comfortable to wear while cycling, and when that bike ride is over, it collapses into a smaller size, which makes it great for stashing in a duffel or backpack, and it only weighs 330 grams!