Hidden gems of Amazon that will solve your holiday shopping

in Misc. News & Events

SOURCE: Orlando Sentinel

We all have one or two people on our holiday shopping list who are seemingly impossible to buy gifts for.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect something to get that aunt or uncle you don’t know too well, you’re stumped about what to get for a distant cousin, or you don’t know what to get for a parent who seems to already have it all, we’ve got you covered.

These hidden gems are all available on Amazon, so not only are they quick and easy to order, but they’ll also check even the most difficult-to-shop-for people off your list.

Polaroid Pop Instant Photo Printer: $149.99

Have a niece or nephew who loves snapping selfies? Imagine how excited they’ll be to print them just as quickly. This unique device takes photos, prints them, and even has built-in WiFi for sharing holiday memories on social media. If you are shopping for someone who isn’t very tech-savvy, the classic Polaroid instant photo capability is familiar, not intimidating.

YETI Hopper Flip Portable Cooler: $249.99

This is one of the most popular and effective portable coolers ever, and you can get it on Amazon for the person who loves to tailgate, deep-sea fish, or car camp. The secrets to its performance include an innovative insulation material and the rugged exterior that’s durable and leak-proof. This cooler can keep food and beverages cold for days.

Eddie Bauer Flannel Sherpa Throw: $20.99 (was $29.99)

It’s cozy season, and we have good news: You can get a fuzzy Eddie Bauer throw on Amazon in holiday-appropriate red plaid print. We love that it’s reversible, with one side lined in soft polyester sherpa that will warm up your loved one on chilly winter evenings.

Wisdom Panel Health Canine DNA Test: $149.99

This canine DNA test takes puppy love to a whole new level. Just as human DNA tests allow users to explore their lineage, this test kit offers a glimpse of a dog’s ancestry and can provide insight about breed details and potential genetic health concerns.

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