If you’re buying Christmas presents for loved ones who are not only tech keen but also love to keep fit and look good, these five products offer a perfect blend of those interests.
Whether it’s the hi-tech toothbrush or a Fitbit tracker, here’s our round-up of tech beauty and fitness gifts.
Dyson Supersonic hair dryer
Price: From £299.99
Porting its electrical expertise from vacuum cleaners to hair dryers, Dyson has created an extra special machine for drying your hair. While it is far more expensive than your usual hair electricals, there has been a five-year development process into the product, which has created a heat system that causes less damage to your hair.
Prices range from £299.99 to £349.99 depending on what case or bag you choose.
Panasonic beard trimmer and hair clipper
Price: Both £141.50 (from Amazon)
If you like to have a trim between trips to the barbers to keep you looking fresh, these two tools from Panasonic could be the answer. They have more power, improved blades and the fastest cutting speed out of Panasonic products to ensure a close shave.
The Panasonic Beard Trimmer ER-SB40 and Hair Clipper ER-SC40 are available from November.
A health and fitness smartwatch that allows for personalised workouts, store and play more than 300 songs, four days battery life, contactless payments and is water resistant up to 50 metres.
Nokia has produced a smart thermometer that will not only take your temperature, but also track it to your phone allowing you to see how you’re feeling over a longer period of time.
You also don’t have to put it in your mouth or ear to take your temperature, but instead can just move it around the head with its non invasive measurement.
Currently it is compatible with iOS 8 and higher and Android 6.0.
Oral-B Genius 9000S
Price: £89.99 (from Argos)
This electric toothbrush connects up with the Oral B app via Bluetooth to allow you to record the time spent brushing your teeth and can create personalised teeth cleaning routines.
It can also connect outside of Bluetooth as the app can use the microphone in your smartphone to recognise the sound of the toothbrush.
AliveCor heart monitoring
If you’re concerned about your heart you can capture an ECG analysis on your phone using KardiaMobile. If you place your fingers on the tads and it will go through to the app on your phone.
It takes just 30 seconds!